The 2012 WSOP Main Event attracted 6,598 players and became the fifth-largest Main Event in history. Nearly 2 weeks and more than half a million hands after that the $10,000 buy-in event kicked off, only 9 players remain with the chance of winning the gold coveted bracelet that comes along with the $8.5 million first prize! Yesterday we presented 4 of the 9 finalists. Here is some brief informatio[...] Read more » Meet the 2012 WSOP October Nine (Part 2)
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 43 (M)
These second group of players is way far from the top 5 in terms of chips. I don’t know how is the blind level going to start, but if its something like 100K/200K, there are still chances for everyone. If higher, then things can be tricky. Good news for all the grou pis that $754k are already guaranteed in their banques acounts. The rest is just more fun!!!
Joined: Dec '09
Age: 41 (M)
nice final table, my main concern is that 8/9 are from USA, what the hell happened with the rest of the foreign players so have the main event such dominated by USA. Anyway there is 1to4 difference chip stacj at table, this is not that huge and make this final table still very open for every player.