Every Tuesday night since Aug. 18, viewers have been tuning in to ESPN to watch the World Series of Poker main event field dwindle from 6,494 to just nine, and tonight at 9 p.m. ET, the world will see the newest world champion crowned.The stage was set for drama as the November Nine reconvened after a four-month long hiatus. Story lines resumed as everyone wondered who would emerge as the last player standing. Will the incomparable experience of Phil Ivey prove too much for the amateurs at the table? Or will the logger, Darvin Moon , take his chip lead to the end to win the more than $8.5 million top prize?The following are the seat positions and chip counts as the final table began:Seat 1 — Darvin Moon — 58,930,000 Seat 2 — James Akenhead — 6,800,000 Seat 3 — Phil Ivey — 9,765,000 Seat 4 — Kevin Schaffel — 12,390,000 Seat 5 — Steven Begleiter — 29,885,000 Seat 6 — Eric Buchman — 34,800,000 Seat 7 — Joseph Cada — 13,215,000 Seat 8 — Antoine Saout — 9,500,000 Seat 9 — Jeff Shulman — 19,580,000The Card Player reporting team was at the Penn and Teller Theatre at the Rio providing live updates throughout the historic event, so for a more detailed account of the final table, check out the WSOP landing page .For more Poker On TV listings , find it under the Poker Tools section on the Card Player homepage.
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