2009 World Series of Poker Odds to Make Final Table

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C Costigan
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World Series of Poker Final Table Odds

When we look at the performance of certain poker players at this year's World Series of Poker, it's hard to tell if any of the top dogs vying to be named "WSOP Player of the Year" will transform their success into a main event win.

2009 World Series of Poker odds to make the final table (being played November 7) don't even list Jeff Lisandro or Ville Wahlbeck with odds, despite the fact that both men top the leaderboard as we approach the start of this week's main event play. 

Phil Ivey is currently ranked 3rd in the standings and would pay $1500 for every $100 bet at Sportsbook.com.

John Brock Parker is another player who is making a name for himself this year, though oddsmakers at Sportsbook.com are still relatively unfamiliar with him.

James Van Alstyne is a pretty well known player, having over $3 million in career live tournament winnings to date.  But there are no odds posted on Van Alstyne sitting at the final table either.

Roland de Wolfe ranks in 6th place at this year's WSOP and he would pay a whopping $5500 for every $100 bet should he make the final table.

Other 2009 World Series of Poker odds have Daniel Negreanu paying $1500 for every $100 bet, Phil Hellmuth paying $2500, Doyle Brunson paying $5500, Annie Duke paying $10000 and Vanessa Rousso paying $10000.

Christopher Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher

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