Yet Another Lackluster WSOP Main Event Final Table

When Scotty Nguyen busted in 11th place from the 2007 WSOP Main Event final table back in July, it assured one of the–if not the–most lackluster final nine in World Series of Poker history.

That was until today.

Just like the U.S. American WSOP Main Event, the WSOP European version had tons of promise as the field whittled. Antonius. Gold. Hellmuth. Hansen. They all remained.

But when Gus Hansen busted in 10th, most of the final table intrigue left with him.

The sole American remaining, Bodog’er Matthew McCullough, is big stacked at 1,278,000. He’s trailed by Magnus Persson, who is stacked at 1,231,000. Also remaining is Annette Obrestad, a woman, with 697,000. At least if she wins we can unleash the thousands of jokes we’ve had lined up in case a woman were to ever win the Main Event, either U.S. American or European version.

And that’s pretty much all we got. Get final table chip counts here


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