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2009 World Series of Poker Winnings

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Jul/07/2009

So what will the 2009 World Series of Poker winnings look like when all is said and done?

Imagine these numbers: 

Anyone who places 63rd or better will end up going home with more than $100,000.

Anyone sitting at the Final Table of nine (to be played in November) will go home with a minimum of $1.2 million and some change (of course the change will probably turn out to be taxes paid).

2nd place in the 2009 World Series of Poker is not too shabby.  That individual is $5.2 million richer.

1st place pays $8.5 million.

 

Official Main Event Payouts:

 

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

 

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Ace King, Gambling911.com        

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