Watch the lead up to the 2016 WSOP Main Event final table which is set to return for play on October 30 to November 1 to determine the Main Event champion.
They'll be playing for eight million dollars and a prestigious WSOP bracelet for first place prize and at least a million guaranteed for every November Nine player.
2016 WSOP Main Event Day 7 Episode 11
2016 WSOP Main Event Day 7 with the remaining 27 players, three tables of nine players. Featured player profile chip leader Michael Ruane, Kara Scott interview with Cliff Josephy.
Will Kassouf builds up a hate club as they players become tied of his mind game tactics and and annoyed with the time wasted on every decision has to make.
2016 WSOP Main Event Day 7 Episode 12
2016 WSOP Main Event Day 7 discussions on playing slowly and time wasting from Will Kassouf bring WSOP tournament director Jack Effel in to make a decision. Michael Ruane continues with his chip lead followed by table villain Kassouf.
2016 WSOP Main Event Day 7 Episode 13
2016 WSOP Main Event Day 7 with just 21 players remaining The November Nine is in sight. More Will Kassouf highlights with commentary by Norman Chad and Lon McEachern. Featured player profile Andrew Christoforou, Gordon Vayo & Griffin Benger. Cliff Josephy takes chip lead. Griffin Benger gets into a cooler hand Aces verse Kings with Kassouf and one of them is eliminated.
2016 WSOP Main Event Day 7 Episode 14
Last sixteen players in the Main Event will play down to the November Nine. Kara Scott interviews Tom Marchese on his first Main Event cash. Qui Nguyen and Gordon Vayo start to accumulate chips with eliminations.
Josh Weiss is eliminated in tenth place and the November Nine class of 2016 is set, the final table players are guaranteed to win at least a million with eight million for first place prize.
Event 68: 2016 WSOP Main Event
Dates: October 30 to November 1, 2016
Prize Pool: $63,327,800
Remaining Players: 9
2016 WSOP November Nine
- Cliff Josephy - 75,000,000 chips
- Qui Nguyen - 68,075,000 chips
- Gordon Vayo - 50,450,000 chips
- Kenny Hallaert - 43,325,000 chips
- Michael Ruane - 29,800,000 chips
- Vojtech Ruzicka - 27,450,000 chips
- Griffin Benger - 21,925,000 chips
- Jerry Wong - 10,325,000 chips
- Fernando Pons - 6,225,000 chips
Pro Analysis from Phil Laak and Antonio Esfandiari and commentary by Norman Chad and Lon McEachern.