The ultimate bubble boy
"The 2008 World Series of Poker's main event final table is set. After plenty of grueling poker competition, our November Nine are finally ready to be introduced one of them will be $9.1 million richer come November 9th," proclaimed Ali Nejad for ESPN.com.After nearly three hours of play among the final 10 on July 15, the crowd erupted as the 10th-place finisher was eliminated. The first-ever November Nine finally gained names and faces. These soon-to-be-famous players, each of them instantly at least $900,670 richer, would now plan to take 117 days off before reuniting at the 2008 WSOP main event final table.
Bernard Lee is the weekly poker columnist for the Boston Herald and author of "The Final Table, Volume I." He also hosts a weekly poker radio show, "The Bernard Lee Poker Show," on Rounders Radio and in Boston on 1510 AM. The show can be heard from 6-7 p.m. Tuesday and is repeated throughout the week. For questions or comments, e-mail him at BernardLeePoker@hotmail.com.
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