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WSOP Main Event 2014
The 2014 WSOP MainEvent is on PokerGO, so start your binge watch to relive this year's best hands and moments with Day 4 of the tournament as the money bubble looms large. Phil Ivey takes center stage at the feature table while Ronnie Bardah chases a record-breaking fifth straight WSOP Main Event cash.
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The 2014 WSOP Main Event on PokerGO continues as Phil Ivey is surrounded by Bruno Politano, Kane Kalas, Jeff Madsen, Felix Stephensen and the highly entertaining Curtis Rystadt at the feature table before Maria Ho took over the spotlights.
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Day of the 2014 WSOP Main Event starts with a chippy feature table as Kyle Keranen and Curtis Rystadt are engaged in continious verbal jousting. On the outer tables it's Brazilian pro Bruno Politano who does it big while Maria Ho is in strong contention.
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There are less than 200 players remaining as Day 5 of the 2014 WSOP Main Event continues with the great battle between Kyle Keranen and Curtis Rystadt.
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The fifth day of the 2014 WSOP Main Event continues with an absolutely stacked feature table including the bigs stacks of Dan Smith, Griffin Benger, Tony Ruberto, Kane Kalas and Matt Waxman with 139 players remaining in the tournament.
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The 2014 WSOP Main Event gets brought down to fewer than 100 players with 2013 November Niner Mark Newhouse in the lead as Kyle Keranen and Curtis Rystadt continue to battle with Dan Smith, Matt Waxman, Griffin Benger and Tony Ruberto on the feature table.
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There are fewer than 80 players remaining in the 2014 WSOP Main Event with Mark Newhouse and Kyle Keranen in the lead. Newhouse goes up against the colorful Bill Cole while Matt Haugen sees massive swings and Matt Waxman takes some big blows.
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Just 57 players remain in the 2014 WSOP Main Event as Kyle Keranen maintains his lead with Jorryt van Hoof making his way up the charts, Mark Newhouse stays active, William Tonking makes his presence felt and Brian Roberts finds trouble as the pressure starts to build for all who are vying to make the November Nine.
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Kyle Keranen, Martin Jacobson and Dan Sindelar are the only three players with more than 10 million chips with just 43 players remaining on Day 6 of the Main Event. On the feature table it's Dan Smith who takes on Andrey Zaichenko, Wlliam Tonking, Brian Roberts, Oscar Kemps and Newhouse before Luis Velador grabs the chip lead.
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Day 7 is within reach as the final 37 players chase a spot on the last day of action in the summer. Dan Sindelar, Bryan Devonshire, Kyle Keranen, Bruno Politano and Leif Force take center stage as Mark Newhouse continues his quest for back-to-back November Nines while Dan Smith makes waves on the outer table.
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Day 7 of the 2014 WSOP Main Event starts with three tables and Martin Jacobson holds a commanding chip lead over Luis Velador and Dan Sindelar while Mark Newhouse chases back-to-back November Nine appearances.
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Starting the day with just 19 players, the November Nine is within reach with Dan Sindelar in the chip lead as Mark Newhouse, Martin Jacobson, Andrey Zaichenko, Felix Stephensen and Eddy Sabat battle at the feature table while Scott Mahin's emotional roller coaster continues.
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The final 16 players continue play on Day 7 with Dan Sindelar, Martin Jacobson and Jorryt van Hoof battling for the chip lead while Tom Sarra Jr splashes around in an enormous pot against Felix Stephensen.
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The November Nine will be reached in the 2014 WSOP Main Event during this episode! Watch how Martin Jacobson, Luis Velador, Dan Sindelar, Andoni Larrabe, Billy Pappas, Bruno Politano, Felix Stephensen, Mark Newhouse, William Tonking, Jorryt van Hoof and Oscar Kemps battle it out.
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The final nine players in the 2014 WSOP Main Event start their journey for the $10,000,000 first prize and poker's most coveted bracelet on this episode! Watch how Mark Newhouse, Bruno Politano, Dan Sindelar, Billy Pappas, Andoni Larrabe, William Tonking, Jorryt van Hoof, Felix Stephsen and Martin Jacobson battle it out. Just three players will remain at the end of this episode.
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The final three players return with Dutchman Jorry van Hoof in the lead! Together with Felix Stephensen and Martin Jacobson they're guaranteed $3.8 million, but the winner tonight will walk away $10,000,000 richer and become the winner of the second biggest Main Event first prize in poker history.
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