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2015 WSOP Main Event: November Nine Is Set!

Tags: 2015 November Nine, Joe McKeehen, Zvi Stern.
Posted on 15 July 2015 by "T".

The 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event final table (November Nine) is set after the seventh day of play concluded with nine players. Joseph McKeehen, who started Day 7 with close to 12 million in chips, will lead the way to the final table with a monster stack of 63,100,000! That is more than double what McKeehen's closest opponent, Zvi Stern, managed to accumulate.

McKeehen eliminated several players on Day 7, including Daniel Negreanu in 11th place and Alex Turyansky in 10th to set the official final table of nine players. This is how the final hand of Day 7 was played out:

Alex Turyansky raised to 850,000 from mid position and Joe McKeehen three-bet to 2,050,000 from the big blind. Turyansky moved all in for 8.8 million and McKeehen quickly called.

McKeehen turned over QHeartQClub and had a slight lead against Turyansky with AClubKHeart. The flop was 7Heart6Club5Heart and McKeehen remained out in front. The 8Diamond on the turn gave Turyansky a small chance of splitting the pot (besides his 6 outs, kings and aces, to win the pot. However, the river card was the JDiamond and sent Turyansky packing in 10th place for $756,897.

Below are the 2015 November Nine chip counts:

Seat 1: Zvi Stern - 29,800,000 (74 bb)
Seat 2: Pierre Neuville - 21,075,000 (52 bb)
Seat 3: Joshua Beckley - 10,800,000 (27 bb)
Seat 4: Max Steinberg - 20,200,000 (50 bb)
Seat 5: Thomas Cannuli - 12,250,000 (30 bb)
Seat 6: Joe McKeehen - 63,100,000 (160 bb)
Seat 7: Patrick Chan - 6,225,000 (15 bb)
Seat 8: Federico Butteroni - 6,200,000 (15 bb)
Seat 9: Neil Blumenfield - 22,000,000 (55 bb)

All players are guaranteed to take home at least a million each, but, of course, everyone will do their outmost to became the world champion and lay hands on the top prize of $7,680,021!

2015 November Nine finalist celebrating

2015 November Nine finalist celebrating


UPDATE 16/7/2015: ESPN Broadcast of the 2015 WSOP and November Nine

This year's final table (November Nine) broadcast will expand from two to there days. Coverage starts on Sunday, November 8th at 5:30 pm PST and continues until four players remain. Then, second day coverage starts on Monday, November 9th at 5 pm PST and continues until heads-up play. Finally, on Tuesday, November 10th at 6 pm PST, the heads-up match for poker's world champion title will air until a winner has been crowned.

However, coverage of the 2015 WSOP will already begin airing on September 14th and continue into the beginning of November. The show will air on Mondays the first three weeks, then change to Sunday nights on October 4th.

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9 comments for "2015 WSOP Main Event: November Nine Is Set! "

 doubletop77715/07/2015 10:00:39 GMT
Joseph McKeehen takes a monster chip lead into the final table but, to have to wait 4 months to do so, is just craziness to me. They should just play it out today like they used to
 bowie198415/07/2015 12:24:17 GMT
Posted by doubletop777:
Joseph McKeehen takes a monster chip lead into the final table but, to have to wait 4 months to do so, is just craziness to me. They should just play it out today like they used to

Yeah, I can take the marketing angle of the four months wait, but it's still utterly stupid that they are doing this.
 pochui15/07/2015 12:24:40 GMT
so what did i say... final table full of unheard dudes. at least they could've included one babe, for instance the mob safe b1tch... only one i have heard of is mr. chan- an unknown son of jackie chan.
fcuk the idea of coming back in november... total bullsh1t, imagine i played $0.10 360 dudes sng and would have to return to final table next year...
 Fakiry15/07/2015 14:02:37 GMT
McKeehen had a big strike on this final moments until the November Nine were chosen, after defeating Negreanu he also defeated the bubble Alex Turyansky. That gave him a big lead, now we just have to wait until November to see if the winning spree will continue on his side!
 klash2315/07/2015 14:16:34 GMT
I agree that the wait for the final table is just annoying and hopefully this will stop soon.Apparently it is supposed to bring business to Vegas twice a year but I am sure there is a better way than this.There is a 72 year old player....no disrespect to any old guys but at that age do you really want to wait 4 months for your greatest poker tourney ever.
I can't believe the massive difference in chip stacks from 2x shorties at 6m right up to 63m.
 Heskor15/07/2015 14:57:21 GMT
Damn poor daniel would have like him to be in the final nine sadly he has not reach it and got eliminated not the bubble lol, sad day for me! Anyway good luck to all the others hope they have fun and can make some good money around and cheers for posting the news , always good to see what is happening in the poker world and so on , so cheers for that now im really out tired and have to go rest and so on for some work later on!
 bowie198419/07/2015 23:20:05 GMT
Posted by klash23:
There is a 72 year old player....no disrespect to any old guys but at that age do you really want to wait 4 months for your greatest poker tourney ever.
I can't believe the massive difference in chip stacks from 2x shorties at 6m right up to 63m.

Honestly that 'old' fella probably having the time of his life - earning a free beer in every pub where he is telling a story about how he made it onto the final table of the wsop main event plus becoming a millionare just by doing so. Not a bad life tbh, I hope he is cherising this waiting time as much as he can.
 DaCapo7124/07/2015 17:32:41 GMT
But we saw it in the past, that not the player with the biggest starting stack at the november nine final table wins the WSOP. It was interesting to see, witch gaming style he played: aggressive or not.
 bowie198425/07/2015 10:00:36 GMT
I am not sure that the half-dozen tourneys from the recent years with the delayed november final tables are enough of a sample to say chipleaders hardly win the main event but I am sure as hell I won't be the one who will look after this more thoroughly.

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