2017 WSOP Main Event Final Table Payouts

2017 wsop main event final table payouts

Getty World Series of Poker tournament director Bob Daly (L) and Rio Hotel & Casino security officer Jeffrey Fiti (2nd L) help Harrah's officials stack USD 12 million near players competing at the final table of the WSOP no-limit Texas Hold 'em main event August 10, 2006

The 2017 World Series of Poker Main Event begins Thursday, July 20. This year’s Main Event was the biggest field in nearly a decade and the third-largest in tournament history. Day 1C had 4,262 entrants, making it the single-largest day turnout in WSOP history. The 2017 Main Event has a total prize pool of $67,877,400. The tournament paid through 1,084th-place with a min-cash of $15,000. The 2017 WSOP Main Event had a field of 7,221 players, but only nine remain.

Here’s what they are playing for:

1st Place: $8,150,000
2nd Place: $4,700,000
3rd Place: $3,500,000
4th Place: $2,600,000
5th Place: $2,000,000
6th Place: $1,675,000
7th Place: $1,425,000
8th Place: $1,200,000
9th Place: $1,000,000

Michael Ruane was eliminated in 10th place, falling one spot shy of reaching his second consecutive World Series of Poker Main Event final table. He was trying to join Mark Newhouse (2013, 2014) as the only players to reach back-to-back Main Event final tables since the tournament went to the former “November Nine” format. Ruane’s 10th-place finish earned him $825,001.

Here’s a look at last year’s final table payouts:

1st place: $8,005,310
2nd place: $4,661,228
3rd place: $3,453,035
4th place: $2,576,003
5th place: $1,935,288
6th place: $1,464,258
7th place: $1,250,190
8th place: $1,100,076
9th place: $1,000,000

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