Bruno Politano Has Longest Odds of Winning at 16/1Published on November 9th, 2014 3:06 am EST
After months of waiting, the 2014 World Series of Poker main event is finally set to be completed on Tuesday.
On Monday afternoon, the nine remaining players in the tournament will return to the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino to begin the final table. Play will continue on Monday until just two players remain. At that time, the tournament will be paused for one last time until it resumes on Tuesday evening at 6 pm PT. The final heads-up match will air live on ESPN starting at 9 pm ET on Tuesday evening.
Here are the chip counts heading into Monday:
Jorryt van Hoof, 38,375,000
Felix Stephensen, 32,775,000
Mark Newhouse, 26,000,000
Andoni Larrabe, 22,550,000
Dan Sindelar, 21,200,000
William Pappaconstantinou, 17,500,000
William Tonking, 15,050,000
Martin Jacobson, 14,900,000
Bruno Politano, 12,125,000
The winner of the event will take home $10,000,000 while the runner-up will walk away with $5,145,968. All of the "November Nine" participants have been paid out $730,725 for making it this far.
Jorryt van Hoof, to nobody's surprise, has the best odds of winning the event. Here are the odds to win the main event, courtesy of Bodog:
Jorryt van Hoof, 57/20
Felix Stephensen, 4/1
Mark Newhouse, 5/1
Andoni Larrabe, 7/1
Dan Sindelar, 15/2
Martin Jacobson, 8/1
Will Pappaconstantinou, 10/1
William Tonking, 12/1
Bruno Politano, 16/1
If you wanted to bet on if an American will win the main event, Bodog offers a line for that as well:
American Will Win, +150
Any Other, -200
There are four Americans participating in the final table, including Mark Newhouse and Dan Sindelar.
Filed Under: The World Series of Poker