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The November Nine was the name used to refer to the final nine contestants, or final table, at the Main Event of the World Series of Poker (WSOP) from 2008 to 2016. The winner of the WSOP Main Event is considered to be the World Champion of Poker.[1]

Prior to 2008, the entire Main Event was played without interruption. Starting in 2008, in an effort to build excitement in the WSOP and to increase ratings for the tape-delayed televised shows, Harrah's Entertainment and ESPN decided to delay the final table until shortly before its scheduled broadcast. The delay would allow ESPN to cover the rest of the tournament leading up to the final table without viewers knowing the winner in advance.[2] Due to the timing of U.S. presidential elections, the final tables for the 2012 and 2016 Main Events were held in October.[3][4]

In 2017, Poker Central announced a television and digital media rights agreement with the WSOP and ESPN which returned the final table to the tail end of the rest of the tournament.[5]

Reception and criticism[edit]

After the announcement was made to delay the final table, concerns arose as to how the delay would affect the tournament.[6]Ylon Schwartz, a 2008 November Nine participant, criticized the four-month delay by saying, 'It ruins the integrity of the tournament. The purity of old-time Las Vegas is gone. The antiquity and purity of the tournament have been liquidated into pure greed and capitalism.'[7] ESPN's Senior Director of Programming and Acquisition, Doug White, stated, 'The movement of the final table has definitely helped in terms of creating buzz.'[8]

When the 2008 November Nine was broadcast 'almost live,' ESPN received criticism because the network showed the winner's name prior to the broadcast. Poker journalist Dan Skolovy wrote, 'It turned out to be a difficult task to avoid hearing the results. Especially since... ESPN scrolled the winner on its sports ticker long before the broadcast aired.'[2] Nonetheless, coverage of the 2008 final table garnered more than a 50 percent increase from the previous year in both the number of viewers and households that watched it.[9] The broadcast later received an Emmy Award nomination for 'Outstanding Live Event Turnaround.'[10]

Results[edit]

NameName of the player (listed in order of starting chip count from highest to lowest).
Starting chip countThe starting chip count at the start of the final table.
WSOP
bracelets
The number of WSOP bracelets at the time the November Nine was determined.[a]
WSOP
cashes
The number of WSOP cashes at the time the November Nine was determined.[a]
WSOP
earnings
The total of WSOP earnings at the time the November Nine was determined.[a]
Final
place
The place in which the player finished the tournament.
PrizeThe prize money awarded to that player for their finish at that year's Main Event.

2008[edit]

Original field: 6,844

Total prize pool: $64,431,779

Final table minimum prize: $900,670

Final table maximum prize: $9,152,416

Final table total prize pool: $32,633,446

Reference:[11][12]

NameStarting chip countWSOP
bracelets
WSOP
cashes
WSOP
earnings
Final
place
Prize
Dennis Phillips26,295,00000$03rd$4,517,773
Ivan Demidov24,400,00001$39,8542nd$5,809,595
Scott Montgomery19,690,00003$73,7005th$3,096,768
Peter Eastgate18,375,00000$01st$9,152,416
Ylon Schwartz12,525,000011$124,5804th$3,774,974
Darus Suharto12,520,00001$26,3896th$2,418,562
David Rheem10,230,00005$474,8637th$1,772,650
Craig Marquis10,210,00003$35,7599th$900,670
Kelly Kim2,620,00003$45,1918th$1,288,217

Dennis Phillips was an account manager for a commercial trucking company. Peter Eastgate, from Denmark, was one of only two non-North American players to make it to the final table (Russian Ivan Demidov was the other).[11] By making the final table, Eastgate and 23-year-old Craig Marquis threatened Phil Hellmuth's 19-year record as youngest person to ever win the WSOP Main Event;[11] Eastgate's victory gave him that distinction. Ylon Schwartz was a former professional chess hustler in New York City parks.[11] Two players, accountant Darus Suharto and poker professional Scott Montgomery, were originally from Canada. Kelly Kim, who had the fewest chips entering the final table, was an established professional player who cashed in numerous events but never won a major tournament.[11]

2009[edit]

Original field: 6,494

Total prize pool: $61,043,600

Final table minimum prize: $1,263,602

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Final table maximum prize: $8,547,042

Final table total prize pool: $27,220,989

Reference:[13]

NameStarting chip countWSOP
bracelets
WSOP
cashes
WSOP
earnings
Final
place
Prize
Darvin Moon58,930,00000$02nd$5,182,928
Eric Buchman34,800,00009$320,8934th$2,502,890
Steven Begleiter29,885,00000$06th$1,587,160
Jeff Shulman19,580,000015$289,5515th$1,953,452
Joe Cada13,215,00002$28,2141st$8,547,042
Kevin Schaffel12,390,00002$92,1668th$1,300,231
Phil Ivey9,765,000738$3,843,0187th$1,404,014
Antoine Saout9,500,00000$03rd$3,479,670
James Akenhead6,800,00002$525,8679th$1,263,602

The final table's 'rags to riches' story was Darvin Moon, a logger from Maryland.[14] Moon entered the Main Event after winning a $130 satellite tournament in Wheeling, West Virginia.[15]

Jeff Shulman, who entered the final table in fourth place, was the president for Card Player Magazine. Shulman openly stated that, if he won the bracelet, he would throw it away. Some initially speculated that this announcement stemmed from the fact that Harrah's Casino had partnered with Card Player Magazine's main competitor, Bluff Magazine.[14] However, an article on the Card Player website indicated that Shulman's supposed disdain for Harrah's Casino was not based on its partnership with Bluff Magazine. “My comments have nothing to do with that, and everything to do with my disappointment in how the World Series is run,' said Shulman. 'It used to be run by people who loved and really cared about poker, and had the players in mind, first and foremost. That mission's been derailed by a few executives who now head the Series.'[16] He also indicated that, if he won the bracelet, he would not throw it in the trash, but instead would pursue one of four options: hold an auction and donate the money to charity, hold a tournament for the players shut out of the 2009 WSOP Main Event, give it away as part of a promotion on SpadeClub.com (an online poker site sponsored by Cardplayer), or give it to television personality Stephen Colbert.[16]

Other notable finalists included seven-time bracelet winner Phil Ivey and former Bear Stearns senior executive Steven Begleiter.[14]

At age 21, Joe Cada became the youngest player ever to win the WSOP Main Event.[17]

2010[edit]

Original field: 7,319

Total prize pool: $68,798,600

Final table minimum prize: $811,823

Final table maximum prize: $8,944,310

Final table prize pool: $29,032,637

NameStarting chip countWSOP
bracelets
WSOP
cashes
WSOP
earnings
Final
place
Prize
Jonathan Duhamel65,975,00002$43,0001st$8,944,310
John Dolan46,250,00005$105,3406th$1,772,959
Joseph Cheong23,525,00002$31,0643rd$4,130,049
John Racener19,050,000010$157,5282nd$5,545,955
Matthew Jarvis16,700,0000008th$1,045,743
Filippo Candio16,400,00001$3,4604th$3,092,545
Michael Mizrachi14,450,000123$2,271,3275th$2,332,992
Cuong Soi Nguyen9,650,0000009th$811,823
Jason Senti7,625,00001$17,9877th$1,356,720

Jonathan Duhamel wins the tournament with the lead in chips at the final table.

2011[edit]

Original field: 6,865

Total prize Pool: $64,531,000

Final table minimum prize: $782,115

Final table maximum prize: $8,715,638

Final table prize pool: $28,469,161

NameStarting chip countWSOP
bracelets
WSOP
cashes
WSOP
earnings
Final
place
Prize
Martin Staszko40,175,00004$22,8752nd$5,433,086
Eoghan O'Dea33,925,00005$37,5166th$1,720,831
Matt Giannetti24,750,000010$237,2494th$3,012,700
Phil Collins23,875,00008$48,7695th$2,269,599
Ben Lamb20,875,000112$2,157,2493rd$4,021,138
Badih 'Bob' Bounahra19,700,00001$7,5827th$1,314,097
Pius Heinz16,425,00001$83,2861st$8,715,638
Anton Makiievskyi13,825,0000008th$1,010,015
Sam Holden12,375,0000009th$782,115

Eoghan O'Dea's father, Donnacha O'Dea, played the Main Event final table in 1983 and 1991, making them the first father-son duo to make the final table.[18] Martin Staszko, Badih Bounahra and Anton Makiievskyi were the first players to make the final table from their respective countries: Czech Republic, Belize and Ukraine.[19][20][21][22] With seven different countries represented, this was the most internationally diverse Main Event final table in WSOP history.[23]

2012[edit]

Original field: 6,598

Total prize Pool: $62,021,200

Final table minimum prize: $754,798

Final table maximum prize: $8,527,982

Final table prize pool: $27,247,840

NameStarting chip countWSOP
bracelets
WSOP
cashes
WSOP
earnings
Final
place
Prize
Jesse Sylvia43,875,00002$36,3722nd$5,295,149
Andras Koroknai29,375,00002$39,3716th$1,640,461
Greg Merson28,725,00015$1,253,5011st$8,531,853
Russell Thomas24,800,00003$126,7964th$2,850,494
Steven Gee16,860,00014$480,8229th$754,798
Michael Esposito16,260,00003$27,3117th$1,257,790
Robert Salaburu15,155,0000008th$971,252
Jacob Balsiger13,115,00001$3,5313rd$3,797,558
Jeremy Ausmus9,805,000013$114,6235th$2,154,616

2013[edit]

Original field: 6,352

Total prize Pool: $59,708,800

Final table minimum prize: $733,224

Final table maximum prize: $8,359,531

Final table prize pool: $26,662,066

NameStarting chip countWSOP
bracelets
WSOP
cashes
WSOP
earnings
Final
place
Prize
J.C. Tran38,000,000240$1,843,9465th$2,106,893
Amir Lehavot29,700,000112$818,4143rd$3,727,823
Marc McLaughlin26,525,00006$639,1686th$1,601,024
Jay Farber25,975,0000002nd$5,174,357
Ryan Riess25,875,00003$30,5691st$8,361,570
Sylvain Loosli19,600,0000004th$2,792,533
Michiel Brummelhuis11,275,00007$174,1707th$1,225,224
Mark Newhouse7,350,00006$152,7259th$733,224
David Benefield6,375,000012$455,7138th$944,593

2014[edit]

Original field: 6,683

Total prize Pool: $62,820,200

Final table minimum prize: $730,725

Final table maximum prize: $10,000,000

Final table prize pool: $28,480,121

NameStarting chip countWSOP
bracelets
WSOP
cashes
WSOP
earnings
Final
place
Prize
Jorryt van Hoof38,375,00003$27,9563rd$3,807,753
Felix Stephensen32,775,0000002nd$5,147,911
Mark Newhouse26,000,00008$906,0939th$730,725
Andoni Larrabe22,550,00003$20,0686th$1,622,471
Dan Sindelar21,200,000017$149,9917th$1,236,084
William Pappaconstantinou17,500,0000005th$2,143,794
William Tonking15,050,00003$14,7014th$2,849,763
Martin Jacobson14,900,000013$1,204,9831st$10,000,000
Bruno Politano12,125,00003$25,4048th$947,172

Mark Newhouse became the first player to make two consecutive Main Event final tables since Dan Harrington in 2003 and 2004. Bruno Politano became the first Main Event finalist from Brazil. This is the second final table since the format change in 2008 that none of the players had previously won a bracelet.

2015[edit]

Original field: 6,420

Total prize Pool: $60,348,000

Final table minimum prize: $1,001,020

Final table maximum prize: $7,683,346

Final table prize pool: $24,799,118

NameStarting chip countWSOP
bracelets
WSOP
cashes
WSOP
earnings
Final
place
Prize
Joe McKeehen63,100,00008$883,4941st$7,683,346
Ofer Stern29,800,00005$58,3845th$1,911,423
Neil Blumenfield[24]22,000,00003$44,3953rd$3,398,298
Pierre Neuville21,075,000019$591,4607th$1,203,293
Max Steinberg20,200,000111$1,406,1384th$2,615,361
Thomas Cannuli12,250,00002$20,2036th$1,426,283
Joshua Beckley11,800,00004$19,4032nd$4,470,896
Patrick Chan6,225,00004$113,1459th$1,001,020
Federico Butteroni6,200,00002$49,2558th$1,097,056

Joe McKeehen is the second player to start with the chip lead at the final table and win.

2016[edit]

Original field: 6,737

Total prize Pool: $63,327,800

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Final table minimum prize: $1,000,000

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Final table maximum prize: $8,000,000

Final table prize pool: $25,432,920

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NameStarting chip countWSOP
bracelets
WSOP
cashes
WSOP
earnings
Final
place
Prize
Cliff Josephy74,600,000217$810,3583rd$3,453,035
Qui Nguyen67,925,00001$9,0291st$8,005,310
Gordon Vayo49,375,000026$608,1362nd$4,661,228
Kenny Hallaert43,325,000022$367,8556th$1,464,258
Michael Ruane31,600,00003rd$24,4384th$2,576,003
Vojtech Ruzicka27,300,000017$138,5855th$1,935,288
Griffin Benger26,175,000013$231,2017th$1,250,190
Jerry Wong10,175,000019$118,1568th$1,100,076
Fernando Pons6,150,0000009th$1,000,000

Notes[edit]

a The number of bracelets, cashes, and earnings of the players is determined at the time they qualified for the final table of the Main Event. It does not represent any results from subsequent WSOP events including the World Series of Poker Europe, which occurs between the time the final table is determined and subsequently seated.

References[edit]

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