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2014 WSOP Event #65 $10,000 Main Event Championship Day 7

by Joseph Smith Sr.

World Series of Poker Main Event played the final time this summer at the Rio Resort in Las Vegas.  Event #65 Day 7 stopped play when there were nine players remaining from the field of 6,683 entrants that began the event ten days ago.  The 2014 “November Nine” will be on break until November.

Come fall they will return to the Penn & Teller Theater at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino and continue playing over a two day period until a 2014 WSOP World Champion of Poker is determined.  The nine players will split the $28,480,121 reserved for the final table from the $62,820,200 prize pool.

Early Tuesday morning the nine players were determined when Luis Velador was eliminated by Mark Newhouse.  Velador went all-in with pocket fours and after spending a few minutes in the tank Newhouse called and turned over pocket fives.  The flop showed a of Aces, the turn was a third Ace and Newhouse's Aces full of fives beat Velador's Aces full of fours.  The room erupted in celebration of the setting of the November Nine.

The 2014 November Nine players are as follows listed by final table seat number.  Each players chip count follows their name:

  1. William Pappaconstantinou-------17,500,000

  2. Felix Stephensen------------------- 32,775,000

  3. Jorryt van Hoof ---------------------38,375,000

  4. Mark Newhouse---------------------26,000,000

  5. Andoni Larrabe----------------------22,550,000

  6. William Tonking --------------------15,050,000

  7. Dan Sindelar  ------------------------21,200,000

  8. Martin Jacobson---------------------14,900,000

  9. Bruno Politano-----------------------12,125,000

Chip Leader Jorryt van Hoof has a mass of chips totaling 38,375,000.  To put this amount of play money into the proper perspective his stacks belonged to 1279 players on day one of the Main Event.

Final table bubble player, Luis Velador of Corona, California received $565,193 in cash for his 10th place finish.

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