WSOP Main Event Day 7 – The November Nine Are Set

2013 November 9

We are finally there! As the final table for the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event has been established after another long session at the tables for the remaining players left in this prestigious event.

Day 7 started with just 27 players, with each of them knowing that they were now just one more day away from making the most well known final table on the poker calendar. It would mean however, that 18 players would miss out on the chance to add their name to the long list of previous winners in this event and have to go home with only the satisfaction of winning a big cash score.

The first of those players to be eliminated was Benjamin Pollak, though he was quickly joined by both Jorn Walthaus and Jason Mann before Steven Gee couldn’t quite make it two successive Main Event final tables as he tumbled out this time around in 24th place.

 

We then lost another batch of players with the most shocking of them being Anton Morgenstern who had come into the day as the chip leader and with a massive chip lead. The PokerStars Passport winner struggled all day, especially after losing a cooler against Mark Newhouse who beat his flopped set with a full house.

Others to fall included Yevgeniy Timoshenko, Maxx Coleman, James Alexander and double bracelet winner Rep Porter.

 

Carlos Mortensen was the final table bubble boy after finishing in tenth place after being eliminated by the chip leader going into the final table JC Tran. He will be shocked at what happened but will take solace in the $573,204 he earned for his efforts.

So here are the November Nine:

The 2013 WSOP Final Table Chip Counts!

JC Tran – 37,825,000

Amir Lehavot – 30,000,000

Ryan Riess – 26,175,000

Marc McLaughlin – 26,125,000

Jay Farber – 26,100,000

Sylvain Loosli – 19,700,000

Michiel Brummelhuis – 11,575,000

Mark Newhouse – 7,450,000

David Benefield          – 6,475,000

 

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