The November Nine final table is here on PokerGO for the 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event. Daniel Negreanu is not among the final tablists as seen on Day 7 but there is a strong crew of contenders led by chip leader Joe McKeehen.

All final table episodes are now available exclusively on PokerGO with McKeehen in the captain’s chair and $7.6 million in his sight.

McKeehen starts the final table with over twice as many chips as any contender below him. The title is out of reach for most players but there is still plenty of exciting play to devour.

Justin Schwartz was felted by McKeehen on Day 7 in an epic pot that is the subject of ‘The Moment‘ from the 2015 Main Event.

Every pay jump is worth hundreds of thousands and then millions of dollars as players fall by the wayside.

New Jersey’s Josh Beckley opens the final table seventh in chips and climbs up the pay charts thanks to well-timed aggression and some fortunate cards. Beckley puts forth the strongest challenge to McKeehen and makes a name for himself in the process.

Max Steinberg is the sharpest-dressed member of the November Nine and made the most of the time off to go shopping. The WSOP bracelet winner earned his seat through a daily fantasy sports satellite and squeezes every cent out of his freeroll.

The final table is filled per usual with younger talent but the older generation flies the flag high. Pierre Neuville and Neil Blumenfield put #oldmanswag to use as they try to win one for the Baby Boomers. Blumenfield, in particular, comes out swinging and puts the table on edge right away.

It’s McKeehen’s bracelet to lose and ‘The Champ’ finishes off what he started when coverage opened on Day 4.

Relive the entire 2015 Main Event on PokerGO by subscribing today. Listen to more details on the tournament in an exclusive episode of “Heads up with Remko” as Daniel Negreanu tells the story of his run.

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