The 2013 World Series of Poker main event is down to the final nine with poker pro JC Tran leading the way. He will begin the final table in November with $38 million in chips.
JC Tran has won two WSOP bracelets in his career and has $8.3 million in career tournament earnings. He will be a big favorite to win the bracelet when the players come back to the Rio in November to play for the title.
Second place in chips is Amir Lehavot with almost $30 million. He won a bracelet back in 2011 and he is the oldest player at 38 years old among the November nine.
In third place is Marc-Etienne McLaughlin with just over $26 million in chips. This will be his seventh career cash in the WSOP.
In fourth is Jay Farber who is just under $26 million in chips. In fifth is Ryan Riess who has just under $26 million in chips. He will likely have a loud cheering section at the final table.
Sixth place in chips is Sylvain Loosli who has just under $20 million. This will be his first cash in the WSOP.
In seventh place is Dutch poker pro Michiel Brummelhuis with just over $11 million in chips. In eighth is Mark Newhouse with just over $7 milion in chips while David Benefield is the short stack with just over $6 million in chips.
The November Nine will play for the World Series of Poker main event
bracelet on November 4th and 5th at the Rio in Las Vegas.