The November Nine players have outlasted a field of 6,352 players and having been playing the tournament all week long.
The final table players are: JC Tran, Amir Lehavot, Marc McLaughlin, Sylvain Loosli, Jay Farber, Ryan Riess, David Benefield, Michiel Brummelhuis and Mark Newhouse.
The final table returns in November this year as the 2012 WSOP Main Event was held in October due to US elections last year.
November Nine 2013 WSOP
The November Nine 2013 are the remaining 9 players that will make up the 2013 WSOP Main Event final table, the World Series of Poker will take a break until the final table resumes on 4-5 November, 2013.
Only one of these players will be crowned champion with a Main Event WSOP Bracelet and more than $8 million dollars for first place prize. The top seven players will become members of the WSOP millionaires club.
- JC Tran - 37,025,000 chips
- Amir Lehavot - 29,700,000 chips
- Marc McLaughlin - 26,525,000 chips
- Sylvain Loosli - 19,600,000 chips
- Jay Farber - 26,000,000 chips
- Ryan Riess - 26,075,000 chips
- David Benefield - 5,975,000 chips
- Michiel Brummelhuis - 11,675,000 chips
- Mark Newhouse - 7,350,000 chips
Prize Pool: $59,708,800
1st - $8,359,531
2nd - $5,173,170
3rd - $3,727,023
4th - $2,791,983
5th - $2,106,526
6th - $1,600,792
7th - $1,225,224
8th - $944,593
9th - $733,224
2013 WSOP Main Event Day 7
27 players continue playing on Day 7, play concludes when there are just 9 players remaining, the November Nine 2013.
There are still some notable players left for Day 7, including a November Nine 2012 player Steve Gee, the 2001 WSOP Main Event winner Carlos Mortensen plus two time WSOP bracelet winner JC Tran.
Here are the chip counts of Day 6 with Anton Morgenstern as the chipleader with a huge lead on his opponents.
- Anton Morgenstern - 21,955,000
- Sylvain Loosli - 14,125,000
- Chris Lindh - 12,030,000
- JC Tran - 11,970,000
- Fabian Ortiz - 10,810,000
- Carlos Mortensen - 10,790,000
- James Alexander - 9,445,000
- Jay Farber - 8,975,000
- Matthew Reed - 7,705,000
- Jason Mann - 7,500,000
- Amir Lehavot - 7,385,000
- Clement Tripodi - 7,135,000
- Sergio Castelluccio - 6,560,000
- Alexander Livingston - 5,800,000
- Mark Newhouse - 5,785,000
- Marc McLaughlin - 5,415,000
- Jan Nakladal - 5,360,0000
- Yevgeniy Timoshenko - 5,310,000
- Ryan Riess - 3,830,000
- Maxx Coleman - 3,830,000
- Bruno Kawauti - 3,580,000
- Benjamin Pollak - 3,230,000
- Steve Gee - 3,160,000
- Rep Porter - 2,675,000
- Michiel Brummelhuis - 2,245,000
- Jorn Walthaus - 1,900,000
- David Benefield - 1,840,000
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Watch the final table live online on 4-5 November - 2013 WSOP Main Event Live Stream
While the Main Event takes a break poker fans can watch highlights of the Main Event every Tuesday night on ESPN TV starting from 6 August - 2013 WSOP Main Event ESPN Schedule.