With the completion of level 8 players are now on the final break of the night. This time around play is paused for 15 minutes, and during the break the T25 green chips will be ...
WSOP Main Event Champion = Poker Ambassador
by Bernard Lee | Published: Oct 17, 2012
The 2012 World Series of Poker (WSOP) October Nine is set. At the end of this month, one of these nine players will fulfill the ultimate dream of every poker player: winning the WSOP main event. Massachusetts native Jesse Silvia leads this primarily American final table as the chip leader (Hungary’s Andras Koroknai is the lone international representative), while Colorado’s own Jeremy Ausmus is the short stack. However, since the final table bubble was only 15 hands, Ausmus is well within striking distance with over 32 big blinds. Therefore, this year’s final table is truly up for grabs and is destined to be electrifying. Whoever does win the 2012 WSOP main event will hold the title for an entire year. However, winning the WSOP main event does not just give you the fame and fortune. I firmly believe that with winning the most coveted gold bracelet in poker also comes ...
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