JC Tran Has Best Odds To Win At 9/5

Published on July 17th, 2013 7:07 pm EST

The World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2013 - Gold BraceletThe 2013 World Series of Poker main event final table has been set, with the tournament now on hold until early November.

This year's November Nine looks like this:

1. JC Tran, 38,000,000
2. Amir Lehavot, 29,700,000
3. Marc McLaughlin, 26,525,000
4. Jay Farber, 25,975,000
5. Ryan Riess, 25,875,000
6. Sylvain Loosli, 19,600,000
7. Michiel Brummelhuis, 11,275,000
8. Mark Newhouse, 7,350,000
9. David Benefield, 6,375,000

Betting odds for the "November Nine" are now available. As you could have probably guessed, J.C. Tran currently has the best odds of winning the main event. Not only will Tran enter the final table with the largest chip stack, but he also possesses a great deal of big tournament experience.

As of this moment, here are the current betting odds for the WSOP main event, courtesy of Bovada.lv:

JC Tran, 9/5
Amir Lehavot, 9/2
Marc McLaughlin, 5/1
Ryan Riess, 6/1
Jay Farber, 15/2
Sylvain Loosli, 8/1
Michiel Brummelhuis, 12/1
Mark Newhouse, 15/1
David Benefield, 15/1


Let's take a look at the WSOP main event winners from the last couple of years and what they ended up paying out at:

2009 - Joseph Cada (15/1)
2010 - Jonathan Duhamel (11/4)
2011 - Pius Heinz (9/1)
2012 - Greg Merson (5/1)


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