2009 WSOP November Nine (TM) Betting Lines

How much would Phil Ivey put on himself at 4/1?

How much would Phil Ivey put on himself at 4/1?

Various sites have released their betting lines for the 2009 WSOP November NineTM. Nothing too shocking here. Pretty much as expected, Darvin Moon is listed as the heavy favorite and Phil Ivey is way over over-valued. Below are the Bodog lines along with each respective player’s chip count.

Darvin Moon (58,930,000) – 17/10
Eric Buchman (34,800,000) – 3/1
Phil Ivey (9,765,000) – 4/1
Jeff Shulman (19,580,000) – 4/1
Steven Begleiter (29,885,000) – 4/1
Joe Cada (13,215,000) – 10/1
Kevin Schaffel (12,390,000) – 12/1
Antoine Saout (9,500,000) – 12/1
James Akenhead (6,800,000) – 22/1

If you’re looking for a good value bet, we’d recommend Joe Cada at 10/1. We like Eric Buchman at 3/1 as well.

Bet on the 2009 WSOP November Nine here.


4 Responses

  1. Johnny

    July 24, 2009 12:30 pm, Reply

    Best quote of the year of a 2+2 forum whether or not Ivey would have an edge in a dice game:

    “Dude, it’s Ivey. He’d find an edge on a f’in circle.”

    Just thought I’d share that for all who haven’t already heard it. And if anyone can find an edge being the 3rd shortest stack at this final table, he could…

  2. Pokerguyinthesky

    July 25, 2009 11:15 am, Reply

    Ivey at 4 to 1 is a mistake , especially with the chip leader at 17/10 , you can bet that buchman wagers will be pouring in along with ( and completely over-looked) Jeff Shulman who has a nicer stack and a point to be prove. Reminder that Ivey only needs third and higher ( i beleive) to pass gold for the #1 tourney earner . And although he will want that bracelet, you can bet that will take that face into consideration when making his moves. I guarentee as the bets start to come in , youll see ivey change to 5, possibly 6 to 1.

  3. Björn

    July 28, 2009 7:34 am, Reply

    No! Ivey wont play for 3rd place. He will play for 1st , nothing else. He is a proffesional player and every proffesionals biggest dream is to win the main event.
    He will play big and make moves when opportunities comes to him. 4/1 is not good odds. :)

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