With just about 3 weeks to go until the 2015 WSOP Main Event final table, Phil Hellmuth announced via a video clip last Tuesday that he will coach November Niner Federico Butteroni, who will bring the smallest stack to the final table (15 big blinds). Hellmuth is hopeful, though. Well, he must be since he has decided to dedicate five days of his life to prepare Butteroni for the final table, where a first-place prize of $7,680,021 is at stake.
From July 5 to July 15 a field of 6,240 players has been reduced to a final table of nine players, who will return to Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino on November 8 and battle it out for the world champion title, a gold bracelet and the top prize of $7,680,021! The 2015 November Nine will be broadcasted live on ESPN.