World Series of Poker betting lines released

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Jul 21, 2010 Posted in Poker News | No Comments »

Even if you, or perhaps a player you staked, didn’t make the World Series of Poker Final Table you can still have a horse in the race if you want to lay a wager on who the eventual champion will be.

One of the Best Online Betting Sites has put up the odds for each of the final 9 players left in the WSOP. The odds for the November Nine range from 6/4 for chip-leader Jonathan Duhamel, to 15-to-1 for Short-Stack Jason Senti, at

The complete odds for the final table of the 2010 World Series of Poker are as follows:

6/4 — Jonathan Duhamel – 65,975,000 chips
3/1 — John Dolan – 46,250,000 chips
3/1 — Joseph Cheong – 23,525,000 chips
6/1 — John Racener – 19,050,000 chips
7/1 — Matthew Jarvis – 16,700,000 chips
13/1 — Fillipo Candio – 16,400,000 chips
3/1 — Mike Mizrachi – 14,450,000 chips
11/1 — Soi Nguyen – 9,650,000 chips
15/1 — Jason Senti – 7,625,000 chips

The only odd wagers are the over-priced Mizrachi (remember Phil Ivey in a similar position last year), and the terrific value on Jason Senti, who is a top online poker pro and BlueFire Poker instructor. Yes, Senti is extremely short-stacked, but a single double-up, or a few blinds and antes and he’s near 20 million chips just like that!

Another good value pick would be John Racener, who despite his youth is already a seasoned and accomplished tournament pro.

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