Event 57, the $10000 World Championship No Limit Texas Hold'em main event 2009 is now over for the time being with the nine remaining players set to compete on the final table in November.
Phil Ivey has booked his place in the WSOP 2009 November nine group with many considering him to be the greatest poker player in the world.
Jordan Smith was knocked out on the bubble in 10th place winning $896,730 with all the remaining players comprising of the 2009 November nine guaranteed at least $ 1,263,602 and a whole lot of press coverage and publicity.
2009 WSOP NOVEMBER NINE
Seat 1: Darvin Moon - 58,930,000
Seat 2: James Akenhead - 6,800,000
Seat 3: Phil Ivey - 9,765,000
Seat 4: Kevin Schaffel - 12,390,000
Seat 5: Steven Begleiter - 29,885,000
Seat 6: Eric Buchman - 34,800,000
Seat 7: Joe Cada - 13,215,000
Seat 8: Antoine Saout - 9,500,000
Seat 9: Jeff Shulman - 19,580,000
Darvin Moon will be WSOP chipleader for the next four months until the event resumes once again between 7th to 10th November 2009 with an extremely talented Main Event final grouping of players; perhaps among the most talented in the last several years.
2009 WSOP Payout
1st $ 8,546,435
2nd $ 5,182,601
3rd $ 3,479,485
4th $ 2,502,787
5th $ 1,953,395
6th $ 1,587,133
7th $ 1,404,002
8th $ 1,300,228
9th $ 1,263,602
Let's see if Phil Ivey can win the converted title of 2009 main event WSOP Champion by winning in excess of 8.5 million dollars and adding to a his already large bracelet count.
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