A final table unlike any other
The broadcast of the 2003 World Series of Poker main event stands out as the most important moment in televised poker history. When accountant Chris Moneymaker bluffed and then defeated seasoned professional Sammy Farha to conclude the first multi-episode WSOP broadcast, the folks watching at home saw him realize a dream and realized their dreams could be lived out on the same felt. In the years since, there have been thousands of episodes of dozens of poker TV shows, but none have rivaled that ...
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2011 WSOP Final Table Coverage
ESPN.com's poker team is keeping you up to speed with each of the nine players at the 2011 WSOP main event final table. When action resumes on Nov. 6 there will be 34 minutes and 57 seconds left in Level 36 (blinds: 250,000/500,000 with a 50,000 ante).
November Nine Breakdown
Chip position: First, 40,175,000
Chip position: Second, 33,925,000
Chip position: Third, 24,750,000
Chip position: Fourth, 23,875,000
Chip position: Fifth, 20,875,000
Chip position: Sixth, 19,700,000
Chip position: Seventh, 16,425,000
Chip position: Eighth, 13,825,000
Chip position: Ninth, 12,375,000