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2014 WSOP November Nine - Chip Leader Jorryt van Hoof

by Joseph Smith Sr.

Another first at the 2014 WSOP.  For the second consecutive year we have a Dutchman at the WSOP final table and he's sitting in seat #3 behind almost 20% of the events total chips in play.  Holding 38,375,000 in play money is Jorryt van Hoof of Eindhoven, Netherlands.  The 31-year-old Dutch poker professional has 5,600,000 more chips than Felix Stephensen, second on the chip leader board.
 

Following the lead of fellow Dutchman, 2013 November Nine player and seventh place finisher, Michiel Brummelhuis, chip leader Jorryt van Hoof makes it two-in-a-row for the Netherlands.  Jorryt van Hoof arrived atop the Main Event chip leader board after a rocky start following Day 1B.  
 

On Day 2 he bagged less chips than he had at the start of the day.  Day 3 saw him add to his total play money but once again, Day 4 had him showing another loss and bagging less.  Day 5 showed a significant gain in chips.  Day 6 had van Hoof adding even more to his stacks and finishing the day among the chip leaders.  Day 7 belonged to Jorryt van Hoof when the WSOP Main Event starting field of 6685 runners was trimmed down to nine players.  They were assigned seats at the World's most famous poker table, the World Series of Poker Main Event Final Table.  Jorryt van Hoof stands above the November Nine as the chip leader.
 

Like many of today's younger players Jorryt van Hoof  began his journey into gaming playing “Magic, the Gathering.”  Following the path of his peers he began playing poker.  Jorryt van Hoof found he had a knack for the game and in particular, Pot Limit Omaha.
 

Jorryt van Hoff is no stranger to the WSOP and has cashed three times for a total of $27,956.  He has career earnings of $358,580 which does not include the $730,725 ninth place money each of the November Nine have already received.
 

Jorryt van Hoof will lead the November Nine into the Penn & Teller Theater located in the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas on November 10, 2014.  They will play until only two remain.  The following day, November 11, the two will play heads-up until one is eliminated and a 2014 Poker Champion of the World is crowned.  The winner will receive $10,000,000, a very special gold and diamond bracelet and perpetuity in the history of poker.   

 

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