WSOPE 2013 Main Event: The Final Table

WSOPE 2013 Main Event: The Final TableA total of 375 players entered the €10,450 buy-in WSOP Europe Main Event to create a prize pool worth €3.6 million. Day 4 of the prestigious tournament then saw the remaining 24 competitors reduced to a final table of six all of whom are now guaranteed a minimum payout of €126,000 for their efforts, with a €1,000,00 top prize going to the eventual winner.
Amongst the players cashing in on Day 4 but falling short of a final table appearance was November Niner Jeremy Ausmus in 16th, who after busting out of the Main Event, tweeted:
“Kinda kickin myself for a reshove I called which I think was wrong. Was thinking we were at 10k bb and we were at 8k bb, whoops! Ran my stack up nice then lost it all in 1 hand to bust in 16th for 27k €. Jumped in the 25 € highroller!”
Also recording deep runs but coming up just short was Shannon Shorr in 14th (€34,750 ), and Sergio Aido in 12th (€44,750).
Nevertheless, one of the most stacked final tables has now been set led by Spain’s Adrian Mateos Diaz (3.78m), followed by Germany’s Dominik Nitsche (2.35m), who is both a WPT and WSOP bracelet champ with $2,407,964 in winnings to his credit. In 3rd place is another WSOP winner in the guise of France’s Fabrice Soulier (1.87m), with 2011 EPT London champion Benny Spindler in 4th (1.748m), and 2012 WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic winner Ravi Raghavanin 5th spot (898k). In 6th place is also the tables least well known player, Jerome Huge (637k), although that could all change if he manages to put his 31 big blindstack to good use.
The finalist will now take a break before resuming the action once more at 2pm on Friday.
2013 WSOPE Main Event Final Table:
1 Adrian Mateos Diaz  3,781,000
2 Dominik Nitsche 2,354,000
3 Fabrice Soulier 1,871,000
4 Benny Spindler 1,748,000
5 Ravi Raghavan 898,000
6 Jerome Huge     637,000

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