Brazil Enters the November Nine for the First Time
9 Players Remain in the 45th Annual WSOP $10K NLH Championship!
The Rio All Suites Hotel & Casino continues to play host to the world's premiere poker Championship – The World Series of Poker. This illustrious affair is now entering its 45th year and the $10,000 No Limit Texas Hold'em event – the Main Event – has come down to just nine players. Dubbed the November Nine, these players are guaranteed to win $730,725 at minimum, and that's simply for making it to the final 9. The first-place prize is $10 million, and the second-place prize is $5,145,968. The first Brazilian in the history of the Main Event will be taking seat #9. His name is Bruno Politano and he has 12,125,000 chips. Many of the poker players have dabbled in online poker games and online casino games - gaining tremendous experience along the way. The player to look out for is the Netherlands own son, Jorryt van Hoof in seat #3, with 38,375,000 chips. Other top contenders in the November Nine include Felix Stephenson in seat #2 with 32,725,000 chips, and Mark Newhouse in seat #4 on 26 million chips.
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