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A Look At The World Series of Poker November Nine

A Young, International Final Table Set For November

by Julio Rodriguez |  Published: Aug 24, 2011

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Put this on your website. Grab the code! The 2011 World Series of Poker Main Event now has it’s final nine competitors, but they’ll have to wait over 100 days before coming back to the Las Vegas to determine a champion. The November Nine will return to play out the final table between November 5-7 at the Penn and Teller Theater at the Rio, all with their eyes on the bracelet and the $8,711,956 first-place prize. The top eight will earn walk away with seven figures. This year’s finalists represent a truly international event. A total of 85 different countries had a representative in the Main Event and seven nations remain at the final table. This is also one of the youngest final tables in history, with an average age of 28. Seven members of the November Nine are 26 years old or younger. Here is a closer look at ...


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