by Joseph Smith Sr.
Monday evening saw the 2014 World Series of Poker play down to the nine entrants that will return in November and take a seat at the final table. For one of those November Nine this is his second journey to the fabled finish. Mark Newhouse of Chapel Hill, North Carolina earned a seat at the 2013 final table.
Back-to-back Main Event final tables is something we've not seen since 1995 WSOP Champion Dan Harrington made a return trip to the 2004 Main Event final table after making the 2003 Main Event final table.
Newhouse was the final table short stack in his 2013 appearance where he finished in 9th place to collect $733,224. His presence at the 2014 November final table will probably end with a higher place finish since he's third on the chip leader board with 26,000,000. No one will be surprised if the 29-year-old player wins it all.