WSOP Main Event Final Table – Remaining Episodes

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The first few videos of the coverage of the 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event final table were a little slow on being revealed, however the remaining articles have now all been revealed in a rather short space of time to allow us all to now see the moment when the latest bracelet winner was revealed.

We have parts seven through to fourteen which continue the coverage which has already seen three of the final table players eliminated. Throughout the next eight episodes however, you get to see all remaining eliminations and the moment that the World Series of Poker Main Event title and $10 million first place payout was awarded.

The players that had already been sent home from the event were Mark Newhouse who fell in 9th place for the second time in two years, Bruno Politano who was eliminated in 8th place and Dan Sindelar who eventually fell in 7th place.

This left us with Jorryt Van Hoof once again leading the event with 72,975,000 chips at the start of episode 7 with the rest of the remaining six players attempting to catch him up. At this point he really does look like he is not only playing well but running well too, just how long will it last?

It seems difficult to imagine that anyone does not know the result of this huge event just yet but just in case there are some, we will not spoil it for you and allow you to witness it all yourself. Just be prepared for one of the better final tables in recent years with some cracking performances all around.

There are a number of long episodes here so do make sure you are comfortable before watching, though you really will be surprised at just how quickly they feel they are each finished.

That concludes the coverage of this year’s World Series of Poker Main Event final table and the winner is certainly a very worthy one it has to be said. We are now just left waiting for the whole event to kick off once again in 2015, though we do also have the World Series of Poker Europe to see before that too next year.


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