WSOP 2010 November Nine Breakdown: Latest Odds to Win

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Nov/06/2010
WSOP 2010 November Nine

The 2010 World Series of Poker final table will be played out this weekend and Gambling911.com has your WSOP 2010 November Nine breakdown, along with their odds of winning courtesy of Sportsbook.com.

Jonathan Duhamel (pays $18 for every $10 bet) – The chip leader, Duhamel is an online cash game pro who has translated his Internet experience to the real world tables (his live tournament experience, we should point out, is limited).  Should he win, he’d be the first Canadian to do so. His top finish prior to this point came at a European Poker Tour stop in Prague in 2008 where he finished 10th. He also cashed in the 2010 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, and has two WSOP cashes prior to the 2010 WSOP main event where he will walk away with a minimum of upper six figures.

Michael Mizrachi (pays $25 for every $10 bet) – Probably should be the favorite.  He’s the big name at this year’s WSOP final table.  Mizrachi comes in 7th place. The Florida-born pro won the most prestigious tournament of the year, the $50,000 Players' Championship, and now is at the final table of the biggest event of the year, the main event. Mizrachi is the only player at the final table with a WSOP bracelet and has the most experience by far.  Because Mizrachi has $9.6 million in tournament winnings, a 2010 World Series of Poker win will make him the leading all-time cash pro, ahead of the current top ranked pro Phil Ivey. 

 

John Dolan (pays $25 for every $10 bet) – Dolan is one of three November Nine players coming to us from Florida.  He was second in number of chips.  Dolan has six WSOP cashes to date.

John Racener (pays $70 for every $10 bet) – Florida resident Racener has 12 career WSOP cashes, more than the rest of the table other than Michael Mizrachi.  He finished fifth in Event 2 at the 2010 World Series of Poker Europe.

Soi Nguyen (pays $120 for every $10 bet) - When the main event began in July, this was only his fourth live tournament. After making the final table, he played in the 2010 Legends of Poker main event and finished 34th. He now has cashed in three of the five live tournaments he's played.  He will be donating a portion of his winnings to Bad Beat On Cancer.

Jason Senti (pays $200 for every $10 bet) – The biggest long shot because he has the shortest chip stack coming into the final table. "PBJaxx", as he is known online, is an instructor at a poker training site, Bluefire Poker. This Minnesota-based player finished fifth in Event 35 of the 2010 Spring Championship of Online Poker, cashed in two 2010 WCOOP events.


Jason Senti

Filippo Candio (pays $120 for every $10 bet) – This Italian poker player is the first from his country to make it to a WSOP final table.  He has numerous cashes in Europe, most notably a win in San Remo, Italy, for $185,271. He has two WSOP cashes.

Matthew Jarvis (pays $70 for every $10 bet) – This 26-year-old Canadian poker player won the Canadian Poker Tour heads-up tournament for $100,000 during the break leading up to the final table. 

Joseph "subiime" Cheong (pays $35 for every $10 bet) – He is among the favorites to win.  Cheong is hot of late. In early October, he secured his second-largest score of his career at EPT London's High Roller Turbo event, winning $253,951 for second place.

ESPN3 broadcasts the 2010 WSOP beginning at 3 pm ET.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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