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  • Results 2013
  • Prize Money
1 Antonio Esfandiari $18,346,673
2 Daniel Colman $15,306,668
3 Jamie Gold $12,000,000
4 Sam Trickett $10,112,001
5 Martin Jacobson $10,000,000
6 Peter Eastgate $9,152,416
7 Jonathan Duhamel $8,944,310
8 Pius Heinz $8,711,956
9 Joseph Cada $8,546,435
10 Gregory Merson $8,531,853

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  • Martin Jacobson Wins the 2014 WSOP Main Event
    $10,000 Main Event - Day 9

    11/12/2014 03:14:58 AM EST (1 month ago)

    When play got heads-up, Martin Jacobson had a commanding lead with 142,000,000 to Felix Stephensen's 58,500,000. Jacobson continued to hammer away at Stephensen, moving all-in on him on several occasions. Stephensen then started moving all-in himself but Jacobson folded every time. Then, in the fina ...

  • Jorryt van Hoof Eliminated in 3rd Place ($3,807,753)
    $10,000 Main Event - Day 9

    11/12/2014 02:16:40 AM EST (1 month ago)

    “I prefer to be the chip leader,” Jorryt van Hoof said during his post-bustout interview. Van Hoof didn’t last long after he became the tournament short stack. Shortly after coming back from break, van Hoof raised to 3.6 million from the button and Martin Jacobson three-bet to 9.2 million from ...

  • Van Hoof Drops at Break
    $10,000 Main Event - Day 9

    11/12/2014 01:06:07 AM EST (1 month ago)

    Jorryt van Hoof’s momentum has been halted and the Dutch player who held the lead for most of the final table is now the short stack. The first big hit of the day for van Hoof’s stack came from Felix Stephensen. Stephensen --who lost more than half his stack to Jacobson after he ran a turned pai ...