World Series of Poker Final Table Odds
If the final day of the World Series of Poker proved anything, it was that big stacks don’t always win.
The two chip leaders on Day 6 – Marc-Andre Ladouceur and Daniel Strelitz – each busted out and failed to make the final table.
So just because Jesse Sylvia sits comfortably as the big stack for the November Nine, don’t expect everyone to bet on him at 3/1 odds.
“It was a long six days of poker action and Lady Luck can smile on you for one hand and frown on you the next,” said Jack Randall. “Ladouceur and Strelitz were happily cruising to the Final Table and then they were gone.”
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Eight Americans sit around the table, but the second-biggest stack is Hungary’s Andras Koroknai. He is at 9/2 odds and enjoyed some good fortune to make the November Nine. He is a former World Poker Tour champ and a threat to win here.
Greg Merson has been the hottest player at the 2012 WSOP, cashing in four of the seven tournaments he entered. At 5/1 odds according to the Bovada props department he could dominate when they resume play this fall.
Two former WSOP bracelet winners are the No. 4 and No. 5 chip leaders. Russell Thomas and Steven Gee are 6/1 and 9/1 odds respectively, and own considerable experience in the WSOP spotlight.
World Series of Poker Odds – courtesy of Bovada :
Jesse Sylvia 3/1 - 43,875,000
Andras Koroknai 9/2 - 29,375,000
Greg Merson 5/1 - 28,725,000
Russell Thomas 6/1 - 24,800,000
Steven Gee 9/1 - 16,860,000
Michael Esposito 9/1 - 16,260,000
Robert Salaburu 10/1 - 15,155,000
Jacob Balsiger 10/1 - 13,115,000
Jeremy Ausmus 11/1 - 9,805,000