Back in July, 6,683 entrants ponied up $10,000 for the 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event. Unlike any other year, there was a guaranteed first-place prize on the event this time around, and that figure was a whopping $10 million.
Fast forward to today, Monday, Nov. 10, and there are just nine players left in contention. Those nine had a long, hard-fought battle to make it to the final table, but they've all made it to poker's biggest stage with hopes of shining brightest.
Here at PokerNews, we've ramped up our November Nine coverage leading up to the event. We've predicted several aspects of the final table and how it will play out, we've compiled an in-depth statistical view of each player, and we've helped you realize the stories behind all that are left.
Now, we'd like to show you, the audience, just how each player's run looked, but in a graphical way.
Below you will find an infographic displaying the start-to-finish run of each of the November Niners. You can click on the image to enlarge it, so check it out:
Don't forget, the 2014 WSOP Main Event will have cards in the air today at 4:30 p.m. PT from Las Vegas. PokerNews will have complete hand-for-hand coverage starting then, and you can follow along live by clicking here.