World Series of Poker November 9 Betting Odds

08/16/2013
By Pamela PattersonGoogle
The sports bookies have been giving punters the odds on the WSOP November 9. There is $8,359,531 waiting for one lucky winner of June’s $10,000 buy-in WSOP Main Event that raised $59,708,800 worth of prizepool money contested by 6,352. That field of players has now been whittled down to just 9 players left to play it out in November.
Looking at the leader board JC Tran is out on top with Amir Lehavot and a host of other players not too far off his tail, but Tran has pulled out in front with a nice lead when the action came to an end as did the 44th WSOP.

Now we are all waiting for November to come around to see who is going to be crowned the WSOP World Poker Champion of the year and who can make a fortune out of laying their money on the right player.

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



There are plenty odds out there with BetFair putting Tran at 2.9-1 to win the event, while many of the other sports bookies have added odds of around 2-1. So far Betfair leads the way in the most valuable odds out there, but as with any final table when the play starts to go short-handed in the latter stages, anything can happen.

There is plenty of cash out there to be won by the punters who can pick the right winner from a table where anything goes. The short stacks are always worth a punt as they will have long odds. With a double up for any one of them could put them back in contention, while at the same time they should be taking out a chunk of one of the larger stacks bringing whoever that may be back on to level terms.

Michiel Brummelhuis has been running good and has the 3rd shortest stack holding 11,275,000 chips. A double up will put him right back into contention and considering he has never won a major event this could be his time. In his career he has taken several 6 figure cashes, and he has been slowly climbing up the poker ladder. He has $1,404,930 in career winnings, which includes the minimum cash from the November 9 if hits the rails first. Brummelhuis has shown he has what it takes on the poker scene and so the odds on him are well worth a look.

Mark Newhouse with 7,350,000 chips and David Benefield with 6,375,000 chips have a lot of work cut out for them. Even a double up will still not be enough to challenge the higher stacks, but if either of these two hit the cards running it may not take long to get back into the race.

The WSOP Main Event action will soon be knocking at our door, and so if you want your piece of the action check out the sports bookie pages for odds on the WSOP November 9 and get your share of the off the table WSOP Main Event final table money.

Here are the Prize Pay-Outs for the November 9

1st - $8,359,531
2nd - $5,173,170
3rd - $3,727,023
4th - $2,791,982
5th - $2,106,526
6th - $1,600,792
7th - $1,225,224
8th - $944,593
9th - $733,224
 
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