WSOP Tournament of Champions voting results

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Jun 17, 2010 Posted in WSOP News | No Comments »

Not only did the WSOP decide to bring back the invitation-only Tournament of Champions for 2010, they decided to add a little twist, and let the fans vote on who would appear at 20 of the 27 available seats! After 350,000+ votes were cast the results for the 2010 World Series of Poker Tournament of Champions have been revealed, and not surprisingly is full of not only great players but also big personalities –some good, some bad.

1. Phil Ivey – 16,267
2. Daniel Negreanu – 16,239
3. Doyle Brunson – 13,796
4. Phil Hellmuth – 12,673
5. Chris Ferguson – 11,585
6. Allen Cunningham – 10,486
7. Johnny Chan – 10,434
8. Scotty Nguyen – 9,834
9. Barry Greenstein – 9,806
10. John Juanda – 8,835
11. Erik Seidel – 8,802
12. Jennifer Harman – 8,206
13. Huck Seed – 8,180
14. Dan Harrington – 7,342
15. T.J. Cloutier – 6,281
16. Sammy Farha – 6,085
17. Howard Lederer – 5,596
18. Greg Raymer – 5,404
19. Joe Hachem – 5,272
20. Antonio Esfandiari – 5,129

Rounding out the 27 entrants will be past TOC Champions, Annie Duke, Mike Sexton and Mike Matusow; current WSOP Main Event Champions Joe Cada and Barry Shulman; online qualifier Andrew Barton; and Bertrand “ElkY” Grosspieller who won a single table tournament featuring 9 non-bracelet winners –which made them ineligible for fan voting.

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