The race to the World Series of Poker final table played out on Day 7 and the final table is here on PokerGO. Nine players from a field of over 6,000 are assembled to play for the biggest prize pool of the year. Becoming the Main Event Champion is every player’s dream and the final nine are guaranteed a place in poker history if they can finish on top.

This final table stands out for it is the last of the November Nine era and is also the toughest out of any assembled before it.

Now available on PokerGO is a clash of the titans with over $8 million at stake and all players guaranteed $1 million.

Cliff Josephy opens the final table as the chip leader is his pursuit to cement a claim as one of the top players of his generation.

He’s up against strong competition with Kenny Hallaert, Jerry Wong, and Griffin Benger all starting him down from across the felt. Benger survived his encounters with William Kassouf and is only a few places away from another piece of poker history.

Relive the 2016 Main Event through the lens of Hallaert, who made Day 6 in 2017.

The final table represents the online poker generation in an exceptional way. Fernando Pons won his seat through an online qualifier in his native Spain and keeps the Chris Moneymaker dream alive.

Former teenage phenom Gordon Vayo is in the mix as well as New Jersey grinder Michael Ruane. Vayo survived his ace-king versus pocket aces all-in on Day 7 and turns his fortune into a multi-million dollar score.

Ruane’s run to 10th place in the 2017 Main Event is also available on PokerGO.

Then there is Qui Nguyen. The wild card of all wild cards confused all pros in his wake, including Tom Marchese on Day 7. Nguyen is a true Rocket Racoon. Fearless and capable of taking down an army at any time.

In a world of GTO and solvers, Nguyen finds a way to complete the impossible task and win against a labyrinth of poker wizards.

Watch Nguyen claim $8 million and his Main Event bracelet by subscribing to PokerGO today.

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