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Jorryt van Hoof Leads 2014 WSOP November Nine

It is down to the final nine in the main event of the 2014 World Series of Poker. The November Nine will return in November to determine the main event champion. Poker pro Jorryt van Hoof will start the final table with the chip lead with over $38 million in chips. "It's been amazing," van Hoof said. "I ran hot and there were a few bubbles that I could make [use out of]. When we were down to 18, I wasn't happy with my table draw, but I won some good hands, got some chips and things went really well from there."

A field of 6,683 players put up the $10,000 entry fee into the main event of the 2014 World Series of Poker. While van Hoof will enter the final table with the lead, the bigger story is that Mark Newhouse has made the November Nine for the second straight year. And this year he starts out in third place in chips. He finished ninth in last year’s main event. He is the first player since Dan Harrington in 2003 and 2004 to make the final table but his accomplishment is far better than Harrington’s as the fields are much larger now than they were back then.

Van Hoof and Newhouse will have to beat a talented final table that includes Norwegian poker pro Felix Stephensen who is second in chips with nearly 33 million. Newhouse starts in third with 26 million chips. Right behind him is Spanish poker pro Andoni Larrabe who has just over 22 million in chips. Las Vegas poker pro Dan Sindelar is next with 21 million in chips. Foosball expert William Pappaconstantinou is next with just over 17 million in chips. He is the only amateur at the final table. Rounding out the field are Will Tonking with 15 million in chips, Martin Jacobson with just under 15 million in chips and Bruno Politano with 12 million in chips.

The November Nine return to Las Vegas on November 10th.


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