The 2015 edition of the WSOP November Nine is right around the corner – we countdown to this year’s N9 with stats and facts surrounding the festivities:
Despite skipping the Main Event, 2015 WSOP Poker Players Championship winner Mike Gorodinsky won the GPI WSOP Player of the Year title in what was a race to the finish!
While Brian Hastings and Shaun Deeb were chasing Gorodinsky throughout the summer, it was 2010 WSOP Main Event Champion Jonathan Duhamel who gave Gorodinsky the biggest challenge once the race headed to Berlin. In fact, had Gorodisnky not finished 42nd in a 1K bracelet event at the WSOPE, Duhamel would have captured the PoY title after his victory in the WSOPE High Roller event.
Fab Five | 2015 GPI WSOP Player of the Year Race
1. Mike Gorodinsky (USA), 2,251.81 points
2. Jonathan Duhamel (CAN) 2,174.64
3. Kevin MacPhee (USA), 2,168.98
4. Brian Hastings (USA), 2,122.53
5. Shaun Deeb (USA), 2,056.40
*Photo credit: World Series of Poker
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