Phil Ivey World Series Of Poker Odds

There have been 34 bracelets already handed out at the 2010 WSOP, but there are still 22 more to go before the main event begins. All the big names in poker are in Las Vegas in search of the fame and fortune that comes along with a WSOP bracelet, but so far it's been mostly unknowns that have been putting on the jewelry.

Infamous players and former WSOP champs like Phil Hellmuth, Doyle Brunson, Daniel Negreanu, and Phil Ivey have all be shut out so far. Out of the 34 events in the bag only three have been won by what most people would call well-known players. Those three were Michael Mizrachi, Men “The Master” Nguyen, and Sammy Farha.

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Mizrachi had the best start to the tournament of any player, winning the second event, the $50,000 Poker Player's Championship. That netted him a cool $1,559,046 and his first WSOP bracelet. If you think Mizrachi can catch fire during the main event he can be had at +22500. “The Master” has been one of the best players in the WSOP so far with a bracelet win and a second-place finish already. The win came in the $10,000 7-Card Stud Championship and earned him $394,807 and his seventh WSOP bracelet.

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Nguyen just missed out on his eighth bracelet after finishing second to Jeffrey Papola in the $5,000 No Limit Hold'em Six Handed event. Most sites won't have odds on the Master in the main event, but if you can request them it could definitely be worth it. His best career finish in a main event came in 1996 when he finished fourth.

Everyone knows Farha as the man who finished second to Chris Moneymaker in the 2003 WSOP main event. Mister Cool took home his third WSOP bracelet just last week after winning the $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo Split-8 or Better Championship.

He pocketed $488,241 for that victory. He's worth a couple dollars on the main event as well since he's currently listed at +20000. Here's a quick rundown of a few more notables and their current main event odds courtesy of Sportsbook.ag :

Phil Ivey +8000 Gus Hansen +10000 Phil Hellmuth +12500 Daniel Negreanu +12500 Barry Greenstein +12500 Eric Seidel +15000 Chris Ferguson +15000 Jamie Gold +17500 Joe Hachem +17500 Howard Lederer +20000 Doyle Brunson +20000 Mike Matusow +20000

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