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World Series of Poker Main Event -- November Nine Set! (Latest News About Casino, Poker, Baccarat in Philippines)

World Series of Poker Main Event -- November Nine Set!
Article ID 00043474
Author Ryan Lucchesi
Date JULY 27 2022
The most anticipated final table of the year is set! The final nine players have emerged from the initial field of 7,319 at the 2010 World Series of Poker $10,000 no-limit hold’em main event, which began all the way back on July 5. Jonathan Duhamel ended the night/morning with the chip lead after eliminating the November Nine bubble boy Brandon Steven in 10th place just before 6 a.m. Duhamel holds 65,975,000, much of which he accumulated during the nearly six-hour period of play on the November Nine bubble that put an exclamation point on a 17-hour day of poker. Michael Mizrachi has now provided drama and story lines at both ends of the 41st WSOP . He won the $50,000 Players Championship during the first week of June and now he has finished the summer by making the November Nine in seventh chip-position with 14,450,000. It’s just an exciting feeling, wherever I finish I’m happy I made the November Nine, it’s an accomplishment. I can’t say it won’t happen for me again, but you’re a long shot to pass through this field. You have to get lucky and survive in this large of a field," said Mizrachi after the final table. “I just wanted to get to the final nine and take the pressure off of me, so now I can play some poker when we get back. It’s going to be a long way through and I’m going to make Frank Kassela sweat a little bit more [grins].” The inclusion of the Grinder at the final table leaves the winner of the WSOP Player of the Year award in question for a few months. Mizrachi can tie for the title with 2010 double-bracelet winner Frank Kassela , but only if he becomes the first professional in the November Nine era to claim the main event victory. Joining Mizrachi as a headliner at the final table in November will be John Racener , who holds 19,050,000. In addition to the title of world champion there is also the $8,944,138 top prize to chase after, and that will be the ultimate goal for every man listed below. We will learn the stories for each of these contenders that have stormed into the poker spotlight in the months ahead. November Nine Seating Chart with Chip Counts: Seat 1: Jason Senti — 7,625,000 Seat 2: Joseph Cheong — 23,525,000 Seat 3: John Dolan — 46,250,000 Seat 4: Jonathan Duhamel — 65,975,000 Seat 5: Michael Mizrachi — 14,450,000 Seat 6: Matthew Jarvis — 16,700,000 Seat 7: John Racener — 19,050,000 Seat 8: Filippo Candio — 16,400,000 Seat 9: Soi Nguyen — 9,650,000 Main Event Final-Table Payout: 1: $8,944,138 2: $5,545,855 3: $4,129,979 4: $3,092,497 5: $2,332,960 6: $1,772,939 7: $1,356,708 8: $1,045,738 9: $811,823 The final 27 players took their seats at noon on Saturday and began the tense march to the poker promised land. Moments of elation for some were balanced with moments of grief and shock as multiple main event journeys came to an end. The players that came so close but ultimately fell short included some big names in the game. Johnny Lodden (27th place) was the first elimination on the day and William Thorson (22nd place) also fell as three tables shrank to two. It was when two tables remained in the Amazon Room that most of the professional talent in the field was decimated. Scott Clements fell in 18th and he was followed by David Baker in 17th place. Matt Affleck was then subjected to a final hand that can be described as excruciating at best (full hand below). The professional fallout continued when Hasan Habib took his leave in 14th place and then Adam Levy made his exit in 12th place. Day 8 Cashes: 10: Brandon Steven — $635,011 11: Pascal LeFrancois — $635,011 12: Adam Levy — $635,011 13: Duy Le — $500,165 14: Hasan Habib — $500,165 15: Matt Affleck — $500,165 16: Benjamin Statz — $396,967 17: David Baker — $396,967 18: Scott Clements — $396,967 19: Michael Sijpkens — $317,161 20: Patrick Eskandar — $317,161 21: Redmond Lee — $317,161 22: William Thorson — $317,161 23: Robert Pisano — $317,161 24: Ronnie Bardah — $317,161 25: Mads Wissing — $317,161 26: Matthew Bucaric — $317,161 27: Johnny Lodden — $317,161 This concludes Card Player’s summer coverage of the WSOP . Check back in this November when we will be live at the Rio to bring you all of the action from the main event final table. Here is a look at the notable elimination hands from the day, as featured in CardPlayer.com’s live updates: Johnny Lodden Eliminated in 27th Place ($317,161) Matt Affleck bet under the gun and Johnny Lodden moved all in for 1,470,000 from the button. Affleck called with the A 10 and Lodden was in a coinflip with his 8 8 . The flop was safe for Lodden as it came K Q 2 . However, Affleck picked up a gutshot straight draw. The 10 on the turn gave Affleck a pair of tens and put him way out in front. Lodden was in deep trouble. The 7 on the river was no help and Lodden was gone. Lodden’s main-event finish was his only cash at the 2010 World Series of Poker . William Thorson Finishes in 22nd Place ($317,161) John Dolan opened to 375,000 and was called by John Racener and Brandon Steven. William Thorson then moved all in for 5 million and Dolan and Steve folded, but Racener made the call. Their hands: Thorson: J 10 Racener: K K The flop gave Thorson some more hope, running A 6 2 . But it wasn’t to be, as the 2 turn and 5 river finished the board, eliminating Thorson in 22nd place for $317,161. Scott Clements Eliminated in 18th Place ($396,967) Michael Mizrachi raised to 485,000 preflop and Scott Clements moved in for 4.9 million. Matthew Jarvis then reshoved from the big blind and Mizrachi mucked his hand. Clements: A Q Jarvis: A K Clements was in bad shape as his ace was dominated. The flop fell A 7 5 , giving both a pair of aces but Jarvis was still ahead with his king kicker. The board finished off 6 and 8 and Clements was the first casualty after the redraw. David Baker Eliminated in 17th Place ($396,967) Jonathan Duhamel raised to 500,000 and Matt Affleck made the call. David Baker also called from the big blind and the flop came down Q 4 2 . Duhamel bet 1.18 million and Affleck mucked. Baker then shoved for over 5 million and Duhamel made the call. Baker: J 7 Duhamel: K K Duhamel was in front with the overpair but Baker had outs with his spade draw. The turn was a brick with the Q and the river missed as well when the 4 fell, sending Baker to the rail in 17th place. Matt Affleck Eliminated in 15th Place ($500,165) Duhamel bet 550,000 from the cutoff position. Affleck raised to 1,550,000 from the button. Action was back to Duhamel. Duhamel four-bet to 3,925,000 and Affleck called. The flop came 10 9 7 and Duhamel checked. Affleck bet 5,000,000. Duhamel called and the Q fell on the turn. Duhamel checked again. Affleck moved all in for 11,600,000. Duhamel tanked before finally calling to put Affleck all in. Their cards: Duhamel: J J Affleck: A A Affleck was in the lead for the pot worth 42,000,000. However, the river brought the dramatic 8 and Affleck was eliminated. Duhamel took the pot and was the overwhelming chip leader with 51,000,000 after the hand. Hasan Habib Eliminated in 14th Place ($500,165) Hasan Habib open-shoved for 1,805,000 and John Racener made the call, their cards: Habib: A 9 Racener: A K The flop was helpful for Habib as it came 10 9 3 . However, Racener had plenty of outs. The 10 on the turn gave him more outs. One of them came when the A landed on the river. Habib was gone after riding the short stack for the past two days. Adam Levy Eliminated in 12th Place ($635,011) Adam Levy moved all in for just under 4 million from under the gun. Jonathan Duhamel was next to act and he made the call. Everyone else mucked and the cards were tabled. Levy: K Q Duhamel: A A Levy was a victim of bad timing as he moved in on the aces. The board ran out 10 6 3 K 2 and Levy was eliminated. Pascal LeFrancois Eliminated in 11th Place ($635,011) Jonathan Duhamel opened to 750,000. Pascal LeFrancois called from the button. Joseph Cheong raised from the small blind to 2,550,000 million. Duhamel folded. LeFrancois moved all in. Cheong quickly called with the K K and was in great shape versus the Q J of LeFrancois. The board ran out J 6 2 K 3 and LeFrancois was gone in 11th place. Brandon Steven Eliminated in 10th Place ($635,011) Jonathan Duhamel opened the action for 1,225,000 preflop and Brandon Steven moved all in for 4,475,000. Matthew Jarvis made the call and Duhamel mucked. Their cards: Jarvis: Q Q Steven: A K Board: 10 4 3 4 5 The queens held for Jarvis and Steven was eliminated in 10th place, missing the November Nine by one spot. He does take home $635,011 for his efforts.

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