The final table of the largest World Series of Poker Main Event in history has been set and here are the profiles of all the contenders for the World Championship. One of them will win eternal glory, a bracelet and $12,100,000.
Steven Jones is an American poker player and real estate agent from Scottsdale, Arizona people. He is 35 years old and has 90,300,000 in chips (75BB).
Jones has amassed $245,346 in live tournament cash ahead of his high-profile appearance at the 2023 WSOP Main Event final table. The biggest of these was his ninth-place finish in 2018 WSOP Event #07: The $565 No-Limit Hold’em Colossus for $57,425. Jones also performed well, finishing eighth in the 2021 doubles event with partner Zachary Erdwurm. “I don’t think there’s anything better. This has been my purpose in life since I was a kid. I don’t fully know it yet, but I try to be in the moment.” Enjoy every second.”
Juan Maceiras , son of legendary online poker player Juan Antonio “Vietcong01” Maceiras , from Spain and Has a deep passion for poker. The 39-year-old finished eighth and nearly doubled his live tournament winnings during his career. But considering his current stack is 68 big blinds (68 million in chips), he hopes to get a better position.
According to Hendon Mob (in addition to his recent WSOP Main Event win), Maceiras currently has $1.12 million in tournament earnings. He’s no stranger to big prizes, having won $467,532 in 2011 when he finished fifth in a European Poker Tour (EPT) event in his home country.
“Great. Main Event final table…”. No words can explain this feeling. All I can say is that I’m very proud of what I did throughout the game. Time to finish what I just started,” Maceiras said. Press when you get to the final table.
Maceiras is a former PokerStars ambassador who left Team Red Spade in 2011. Now, After 12 years, he returned to the limelight with a massive chip stack at the WSOP Main Event final table.
Daniel Holzner is an Italian player with a record live tournament earnings of $39,517 in his 30s.
His first championship victory came in 2012, and he has since added 12 victories to his resume.
Most of his victories have come in low-stakes events in Austria, with a few in the Czech Republic. At the 2023 WSOP, he captured his first WSOP event win in the Millionaire Maker event. He finished 652nd and earned $4,070.
He also reached the final table of the 2023 WSOP Main Event. This is his first main event, and it could mark the beginning of a dream story. He enters the FT with 27 BBs (31 million in chips).
Holzner lives in the far north of Italy and his performance on the felt was a far cry from his usual performance.
“I’m a ‘farmer’. I work with my dad and he’s there. Yes, we have apple trees and we work there and that’s what I do besides poker,” He told our PokerNews colleagues.
Adam Walton, 40, Las Vegas area player (Hender, Nevada Sen), but is from Seattle, Washington. He’s already racked up multiple WSOP successes before heading into the 2023 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event, including 20 bracelet cashes totaling $265,147.
In 2018, Walton won the Main Event. 407th place and $33,305. The Washington native has amassed $989,039 from all live poker tournaments to date, according to Hendon Mob. His biggest cash is $283,072 and he finished second in a $3,000 buy-in event at the 2022 World Poker Tour (WPT) World Championship at the Wynn in Las Vegas. “I mean, honestly, it feels like a dream,” he told reporters. “It doesn’t feel right. This is the best moment of my life. It’s crazy.”
He has 120 BBs (143 million in chips).
Ruslan Prydryk is a 42-year-old Ukrainian poker player with $461,758 in live tournament earnings.
His first recorded live tournament win was in 2009 and his last was in 2017 for just $699 in a low-stakes tournament in the Czech Republic.
His only WSOP event win before reaching the final table of the WSOP Main Event came in 2011 when he finished 79th for $6,207 Event #26: $2,500 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Hand Win .
Nearly all of his 22 tournament victories have come in Europe, where he has competed not only in his home country but also in France, Poland and Germany.
He has won four tournaments, including two on the Russian Poker Tour. He is victorious in French poker series and most recently on the European Poker Tour, where he won the €1,100 NLH Turbo event at EPT Deauville for $21,863.
The biggest cash of his career also came on the European Poker Tour, where he finished fifth at the EPT Warsaw and earned his only six-figure cash. That was in October 2009, and he was paid $104,637 for his efforts.
He has 42 BBs (50 million) to face this FT.
Dean Hutchison is a British poker player with $723,865 in live tournament earnings. His first tournament win came in 2010, and he has racked up tournament cashes around the world since then.
The first four years of his poker career were mainly played in England and Ireland. His first major event win came in his home country, when he won the 2014 UKIPT Edinburgh Main Event for $154,000. The win propelled Hutchison’s career to the next level, and he has since become a regular on the European Poker Tour and World Series of Poker.
Hutchison is 37 but has almost won back-to-back at the UKIPT Edinburgh Main Event, where he finished fifth a year after winning.
Hutchison has just 11 WSOP event victories before reaching the final table of the 2023 WSOP Main Event. His winnings are divided between live and online matches.
At the 2020 WSOP Online, he finished 110th in this year’s Millionaire Maker for $8,214, his best online finish. At WSOP 2023, he also made his first WSOP final table in the $1,500 Freezout event, winning $35,773.
Hutchison’s last live tournament win came in April 2023 when he won the $25,100 $600 event winner Hard Rock Poker Showdown at the WPT Seminole Deepstack.
He has 35 BBs (41 million) to fulfill his dream of becoming the Main Event Champion.
Toby Lewis It’s no coincidence that Toby Lewis will make the final table of the 2023 WSOP Main Event. The British pro has been a standout player for years and is the most successful tournament player of the remaining nine. According to the Hendon Mob, he has won more than $8.2 million in live tournaments and is working on winning his first World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet.
The 34-year-old Lewis has won tournament money since 2009. His biggest achievement was winning the Aussie Millions Main Event in 2018 for $1.2 million. Lewis won another A$818,000 worth of prize money the following year and won his third title in Melbourne in 2020. After reaching the final table of the 2023 WSOP Main Event, the King of Melbourne now has a chance to become Emperor of Las Vegas.
“Obviously, it’s the best tournament of the year, and it’s just a marathon, a grueling mental challenge.” I’m proud of it,” Lewis said after reaching the final table with 20 BBs (19 million) in front of you.
Daniel Weinman is an American poker player from Atlanta, Georgia. He is a member of the WPT Champions Club and recipient of a WSOP bracelet.
When Chris Moneymaker started the poker craze while studying at the Poker Academy, the 35-year-old became interested in poker. Georgia Institute of Technology. He decided to drop out of college to play poker for a living, which he still does to this day. Main Event
Weinman has won tournament prize money since 2010, with total earnings exceeding $3.7 million. After winning titles in Spain and Australia in the early 2010s, Weinman won the 2015 WSOP Cherokee Circuit Main Event and earned more than $280,000. main activities.
Two years later, he joined the WPT Champions Club by winning the 2017 WPT Borgata Winter Poker Open with 892 points. Take home $433. He then went on to win the WPT Championship of Champions for $381,500.
He has 68 BBs (81M) to win the bracelet.
Perhaps the best-dressed player in the 2023 WSOP Main Event, 55-year-old Jan-Peter Jachtmann hopes to win him , becoming the third German to win the Main Event in five years, following Hossein Ensan in 2019 and Koray Aldemir in 2021.
Jachtmann University of Hamburg graduate, marketing manager and editor of PokerBlatt Magazine, won his first bracelet in the $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha event in 2012, after defeating Andrew Brown in his last heads-up. Career maximum bonus of $661,000. “I’m not a big fan of no-limit hold’em, but it looks like I might play a little more now,” Jachtman told reporters on Day 8. “Maybe I’m good at it; maybe I’m good at it.” I don’t know. “It’s completely different, especially the pre-flop action. You open with a small bet and you shoot again, post-Omaha you have to figure out where you are, what your cards are and What’s your combination. It took me hours to get into the game; there’s not much I can get out of Omaha.” Main Event Main Event
Although I’m an Omaha expert, ” Mr. Omaha honed his no-limit hold’em skills before entering the $10,000 Main Event.
“Every day, I feel more comfortable and confident in my game,” he said. I rarely play NLHE, and I’ve known that for years. But for the past decade, I’ve only focused on Omaha. But now, every day…if you’re a good As a poker player, I’m a firm believer that you can play any game, but you have to know what you’re doing.”