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2014 WSOP Millionaire Maker Final Table Determined

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Jun/03/2014
2014 WSOP Millionaire Maker Final Table Determined

Las Vegas, Nevada - The event with the second largest player pool in World Series of Poker history has come down to the final nine.  The WSOP Millionaire Maker, which promises a cool $1,319,587 first-place prize, is being led by Stephen Graner with 12,005,000 chips.

Remarkably, Graner comes into the final table with around a 7 million chip cushion.  The Vegas local has won $341,263 during his live circuit career.

Texas native James Duke (no relation to famed female poker pro Annie Duke) had 4,645,000 chips.  He has won a mere $29,033 in live tournaments to date.

Andrew Teng represents the UK.  His live earnings to date are $716,985.  He recently enjoyed a 1st place win at the 2014 Grosvenor UK Poker Tour - Leg 3, Edinburgh for just over $30,000.

St. Paul native Andrew Dick has limited live tournament experience and comes in with the 4th largest chip count.

Bradley Anderson likewise has limited live tournament success.  He comes to us from Modesto, CA.

Jonathan Dimmig is another with limited live tournament success.  He is from Cheektowaga, NY.

Maurice Hawkins comes to us from Plantation, Florida and is among the most successful players of those making the final table of this year’s WSOP Millionaire Maker.  He has won a sweet $1,103,283 in career play. 

His most recent 1st place win came at the WSOP Circuit - West Palm Beach, West Palm Beach for a cool $183,498.  That just happened to be his biggest win.

Jeffrey Coburn has the 8th biggest chip count at 1,660,000.  Little is known about Coburn.

Jason Johnson rounds out the table.  He too has little live tournament success. Johnson comes to us from Coral Springs, Florida.

 

Final Day 3 Chip Counts

 

Stephen Graner

12,005,000

James Duke

4,645,000

Andrew Teng

4,375,000

Andrew Dick

4,185,000

Bradley Anderson

3,850,000

Jonathan Dimmig

2,870,000

Maurice Hawkins

1,960,000

Jeffrey Coburn

1,660,000

Jason Johnson

1,245,000

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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