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November 9 - Fri Oct 21, 2011, 07:17 AM
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With just 14 days away to the Final Table of the Main Event 2011 WSOP, I thought maybe it would be a good time to start up some chat on who everyone thinks is going to win.

Here's the chip counts as they head in to the final table.

1. Martin Staszko -- (40,175,000) <<>> 2. Eoghan O'Dea --(33,925,000)

3. Matt Giannetti -- (24,750,000) <<>> 4. Phil Collins -- (23,875,000)

5. Ben Lamb -- (20,875,000) <<>> 6. Badih Bounahra -- (19,700,000)

7. Pius Heinz -- (16,425,000) <<>> 8. Anton Makiievskyi --(13,825,000)

9. Sam Holden -- (12,375,000)


Personally, this final table looks like it's going to be sooo tough. Matt Giannetti and Ben Lamb are my personal chioces. Ben Lamb has the experience, as he's been to the Final table 3 times in this year's WSOP, winning 1st in the $10K PLO Championship, 2nd in another PLO $3K entry, and 8th in $50K Players Championships, Ben is having a great year, and I for 1 will be cheering for him, not to join the bandwagon, but anyone running this good has to be a favorite.

Looking forward to everyones point of view on this. Thinking of looking for a good line to bet on Lamb for the Bracelet.

Stake.

Last edited by Stakehorse75; Fri Oct 21, 2011 at 07:30 AM.. Reason: spacing.
 
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Fri Oct 21, 2011, 10:40 AM
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Trying to find the thread where we all talked about this during the live play on ESPN this year. A few of us gave our predictions then...I'll look around a bit more stake and add the link when I find it.
I'm still rootin' for "I can feel it, calling....."
 
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Fri Oct 21, 2011, 11:43 AM
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Sorry Dan, I can't "feel it"...found my line on Giannetti and Lamb though, 13/2 on Giannetti, and 11/2 on Lamb, decent returns.
 

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