The 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event has been narrowed down from nine to three players after the first day of the November Nine final table (the first day lasted for 244 hands). Dutchman Jorryt Van Hoof has the chip lead with 89.625 million in chips, Martin Jacobson of Sweden sits in second with 64.75 million, and Felix Stephensen from Norway is the shortest stack with 46.1 million.
The trio will return tomorrow at 5:30 pm PT and battle it out for the World Champion Title and, of course, the massive $10,000,000 first-place prize! The blinds will be 500k/1 million with a 150k ante when play resumes, so all of them have pretty deep stacks to work with! Check back tomorrow for a final table recap!