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2008 World Series of Poker Final Table

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Jul/14/2008
David Rheem

There were 13 left late Monday at the 2008 World Series of Poker.  Only 9 of those 13 would be playing at the 2008 World Series of Poker final table come November however.  By Tuesday morning, those 9 players were determined.

The Final Table: 

1. Dennis Phillips 26,295,000
 
2. Ivan Demidov 24,400,000
 
3. Scott Montgomery 19,690,000
 
4. Peter Eastgate 18,375,000
 
5. Ylon Schwartz 12,525,000
 
6. Darus Suharto 12,520,000
 
7. David 'Chino' Rheem 10,230,000
 
8. Craig Marquis 10,210,000
 
9. Kelly Kim 2,620,000
 

Recognize any of these names?  You might not.

None have won more than a million lifetime playing poker. 

David Rheem has won the most over his poker career - just over $600,000.  Scott Montgomery has won over $400,000.

Kelly Kim has won over $300,000 during his poker career.

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