WSOP 2013 Main Event Final Table: Schedule And Coverage

WSOP 2013 Main Event Final Table: Schedule And CoverageThe waiting is almost over for the biggest event of the poker calendar, as the WSOP 2013 Main Event final table is set to get underway today at 5:30 p.m local time (Pacific Time) on Monday, November 4th at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. The nine-man table will subsequently play down until either two or three players remain, with the final phase concluding the following day starting at 5:45 p.m. PT.
Coverage of the much-anticipated 2013 Main Event final will be aired virtually live (15-minute delay) and covered by ESPN today at 5:45pm PT. and on Tuesday at 6:00pm PT.
Each of the $10,000 WSOP Main Event finalist have already played for around 70 hours to get to the final table, but there is no way to know precisely when the tournament will be completed and a player crowned. Back in 2009, for instance, the Main Event final table took 17 hours and 16 minutes in total and was the longest in WSOP history, while in 2011 the final table took 16 hours and included a marathon 6 hour heads-up battle between Martin Staszko and eventual champion Pius Heinz.
Back in July when the 2013 Main Event first got underway, each of the players initially received 30,000 chips. Back then there were 6,352 competitors from all around the world but when the tournament resumes with blinds at 200k/400k and a 50k ante, US pro JC Tran will be the chip leader on a huge 38 million stack. In total, there are 5 Americans, as well as players hailing from Canada, France, Israel, and Holland, still remaining with a shot at the prestigious title. In addition, the least any finalist can now expect to receive is  $733,224 with a $8,359,531 payout reserved for the ultimate champion.
The 2013 WSOP Main Event Final Table is as follows:
1 JC Tran – 38,000,000
2 Amir Lehavot – 29,700,00
3 Marc McLaughlin – 26,525,000
4 Jay Farber – 25,975,000
5 Ryan Riess – 25,875,000
6 Sylvain Loosli – 19,600,000
7 Michiel Brummelhuis – 11,275,000
8 Mark Newhouse – 7,350,000
9 David Benefield – 6,375,000

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