Nov. 10 at 4:30 pm with 9 players remaining of the original 6,683 entries who all ponied up $10,000 for the chance to turn it into $10 million.
There are nine players left – from six different countries – all competing for the $10 million first prize and the coveted WSOP gold bracelet. Play is held on the stage of the Penn & Teller Theater at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. On Monday, play begins at 4:30 pm with live TV coverage on ESPN. The final two combatants return Tuesday at 5:30 pm to crown poker’s next world champion.
The World Series of Poker is the gaming industry’s premier event, each year drawing tens of thousands of poker enthusiasts from around the globe to Las Vegas to compete for millions in prize money and the game’s most coveted trophy – a World Series of Poker Bracelet.
WHERE: Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino Penn & Teller Theater (10th year at Rio!)
- Monday, Nov. 10 at 4:30 pm – Play from nine players to two
- Tuesday, Nov. 11 at 5:30 pm – Finale featuring final two players
|Seat||Player Name||Age||Town||Chip Count|
|1||Billy Pappaconstantinou||30||Lowell, Massachusetts, USA||17,500,000|
|2||Felix Stephensen||24||Oslo, Norway, now living in London, England||32,775,000|
|3||Jorryt van Hoof||31||Eindhoven, Netherlands, now living in London, England||38,375,000|
|4||Mark Newhouse||29||Las Vegas, NV (from Chapel Hill, North Carolina)||26,000,000|
|5||Andoni Larrabe||22||Basque, Spain, now living in London, England||22,550,000|
|6||William Tonking||27||Flemington, New Jersey, USA||15,050,000|
|7||Daniel Sindelar||30||Columbus, Nebraska, USA, now living in Las Vegas||21,200,000|
|8||Martin Jacobson||27||Stockholm, Sweden, now living in London, England||14,900,000|
|9||Bruno Politano||32||Fortaleza, Ceara, Brazil||12,125,000|