Jul 6, 2015 |

Dan Harrington’s Fabled Legacy: Playing for Another Final Table

Dan Harrington‘s silver hair and friendly smile hide the cutthroat game that he literally wrote the book on. The former Main Event champ doesn’t exactly blend into the Day 1B field thanks to the very familiar, if not somewhat run down, green Boston Red Sox hat he’s known for. He captured audiences’ attention during the […]

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Nov 6, 2013 |

Ryan Riess Within Reach of 2013 WSOP Main Event Title

Ryan Riess and Jay Farber slowed down for just a few moments on the heels of two explosive hands which saw pots in excess of 50 million. Riess held a slight chip lead with 102 million to Farber’s 88 million. Farber’s rail chanted “Six high” in reference to Farber’s big bluff and Riess’ rail responded […]

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Jul 24, 2013 |

2013 WSOP November Nine Profile – Marc McLaughlin

The 2013 WSOP Main Event began with 6,352 players and after seven days of play, taking ten days on the calendar, the 2013 November Nine was reached. The final nine players will return Monday, November 4 to play down to a winner and award $8,359,531 to the newly crowned champ. Marc McLaughlin is a 25 […]

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Nov 4, 2010 |

November Nine: Jonathan Duhamel Hoping to Change History

Jonathan Duhamel is hoping to avoid the fate that befell Darvin Moon and Dennis Phillips – the past two November Nine chipleaders. Since the November Nine concept was born three years ago the two men who entered final table play in the World Series of Poker Main Event with the chip lead, Darvin Moon and┬áDennis […]

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Nov 4, 2010 |

November Nine: John Racener is Banking on Momentum

John Racener is quietly waiting for his opportunity to take down the Main Event. Leading up to the November Nine the three big stacks have been the subject of a lot of discussion. Jonathan Duhamel, John Dolan and Joseph Cheong control 61% of the chips but lurking back their in fourth is Florida native John […]

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Nov 4, 2010 |

November Nine: Shortstack Jason Senti Not Giving Up

2010 November Nine: Jason Senti He’s the shortest stack at the World Series of Poker Main Event final table but there’s only eight other┬ápoker players anywhere in the world that would trade spots with Jason Senti in a heartbeat. Senti, the 25-year-old Minnesota native, enters the final table with 7,625,000 in chips (15 big blinds) […]

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