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WSOP 2013: November 9 is set!

Tags: Amir Lehavot, David Benefield, Jay Farber, JC Tran, main event, Marc McLaughlin, Mark Newhouse, Michiel Brummelhuis, November 9, Ryan Riess, Sylvain Loosli, wsop 2013
Posted on 16 July 2013 by "M".

wsopThe 2013 WSOP Main Event is now down to the last 9 remaining players who will re-unite to battle for the most prestigous poker prize in the world this November! This year's Main Event kicked off on July 6th with 6,352 players and a total prize pool of $59,708,800. Ten days later, only 9 remaining players are remaining to fight for the first prize of $8,359,531 + the Gold bracelet.

The following players will be seated around the 2013 WSOP Main Event final table in early November:

Player Chip Count
JC Tran 38,000,000
Amir Lehavot 29,700,000
Marc McLaughlin 26,525,000
Jay Farber 25,975,000
Ryan Riess 25,875,000
Sylvain Loosli 19,600,000
Michiel Brummelhuis 11,275,000
Mark Newhouse 7,350,000
David Benefield 6,375,000

Two out of the remaining players has won WSOP Gold Bracelets in the past. The chip leader JC Tran has two previous WSOP Gold Bracelets: 2008's $1,500 No Limit Hold'em event #49 and 2009's $2,500 Pot-Limit Omaha event #30. Amir Lehavot won the 2011 $10,000 Pot-Limit Hold'em Chamionship.


CPA - High Roller event: Final table today

Tags: cpa, high roller, Lisa Hamilton, Michiel Brummelhuis, pokerstars, tobias Reinkemeier
Posted on 14 January 2010 by "T".

It's time for the final table in the High Roller Event of PokerStars Caribbean Adventure. 8 players have survived the starting field of 84 players (84 players who could afford the buy-in of $25,000) and now they will fight for the first prize of $576,240. None of the 8 finalists are probably familiar names to many people. However, many of them have some great results in the past and are probably players that we will hear much more about in the future. 

The most interesting thing about the final table has to be that 1 of the 8 remaining players are girls, which is really impressive as only 9 women took part in the tournament (1 of them ended up in 9th place). The one that will bring the most chips (1,072,000) to the final table today is Tobias Reinkemeier from Germany (picture). Reinkemeier is playing his first ever final table and it's not hard to understand that he's very excited and happy about it.

"I feel really great. I've had so many deep cashes - 11th in London, 23rd in Barcelona, 46th here in the main event - but no final table," he said. "Now I've made it. It's an amazing feeling, especially as I am going in to the final as chip leader, with a big buy-in and a field so strong."

1.Tobias Reinkemeier, Germany - 1072000
2.Adolfo Vaeza, Uruguay - 790000
3.Will Molson Canada - 669000
4.William Reynolds, USA - 482000
5.Lisa Hamilton, USA - 440000
6.Michiel Brummelhuis, Netherlands - 394000
7.Matt Marafioti, Canada - 236000
8.Dmitry Stelmak, Russia - 150000

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