A week and a half ago, the World Series of Poker built a place in the middle of the desert where the world’s best and the world’s most hopeful could compete for poker’s most coveted prize. When registration closed, 6,352 players had put down $10,000 for a chance at a WSOP Main Event bracelet.

Tonight, nine of those players remain. After a marathon Day 7 at the Rio hotel, the WSOP has set its November Nine.

At 2:30am Monday morning local time, former champion Carlos Mortensen busted out in tenth place, leaving his fans disappointed, but making way for these players in November.

2013 WSOP Main Event November Nine

JC Tran (United States) 37,025,000
Amir Lehavot (Israel) 29,700,000
Marc McLaughlin (Canada) 26,525,000
Ryan Riess (United States) 26,075,000
Jay Farber (United States) 26,000,000
Sylvain Loosli (France) 19,600,000
Michiel Brummelhuis (Netherlands )11,675,000
Mark Newhouse (United States) 7,350,000
David Benefield (United States) 5,975,000

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Now, all the players will be getting $733,224 for ninth place money, and then preparing to come back and play for the $8.3 million first prize.

Here are the full payouts.

1st: $8,359,531
2nd: $5,173,170
3rd: $3,727,023
4th: $2,791,983
5th: $2,106,526
6th: $1,600,792
7th: $1,225,224
8th: $944,593
9th: $733,224

All the players are due back here in Vegas November 4.

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To look back at our coverage from the past ten days, see our 2013 WSOP news section.

Thanks for reading along and sharing the 2013 World Series with us. Once again, it’s been a great ride.

Congratulations to all the November Niners!

Brad Willis is the PokerStars Head of Blogging. Photos courtesy Poker Photo Archive.


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