There are just 9 players remaining in The 2013 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event. Play resumes on Monday, November 4 and action will continue until we have a winner. The favorite to win the 2013 WSOP main event is J.C. Tran who is an experienced poker pro who enters the final table with the chip lead. Currently J.C. Tran is paying 9/5 to win at Bodog Canada & Bovada. Here is the complete list of Bodog / Bovada odds and the chip counts for the final table of the 2013 WSOP main event.
2013 World Series of Poker Main Event Betting Odds:
J.C. Tran (38, 000, 000) odds of 9/5
Amir Lehavot (29, 700, 000) odds of 9/2
Marc McLaughlin (26,525,000) odds of 5/1
Jay Farber (25,975,000) odds of 7/1
Ryan Riess (25,875,000) odds of 6/1
Sylvain Loosli (19,600,000) odds of 8/1
Michiel Brummelhuis (11,275,000) odds of 13/1
Mark Newhouse (7,350,000) odds of 15/1
David Benefield (6,375,000) odds of 15/1
Who is going to win the 2013 WSOP main event?
Anyone will tell you there is a lot of luck when it comes to winning poker tournaments and this is true. J.C. Tran is the favorite to win and rightfully so. He has the chip lead and is an experienced professional poker player. If all the players had equal odds picking J.C. Tran to win would be a no brainer. But the odds for J.C. Tran to win are less than 2 to 1. Whoever wins it is probably going to have to get lucky (win races) therefore we would prefer to pick someone with higher odds. It is going to be difficult for the short stacks to win so we won’t pick Benefield, Newhouse, or Brummelhuis. Instead we will go with a player with a healthy chip stack and decent odds. We’ll take Canadian Marc McLaughlin to win the 2013 WSOP main event at odds of 5 to 1. Good Luck.
Where can I place a bet on who is going to win the 2013 WSOP Main Event?
Can I bet on Poker or the 2013 WSOP Main Event on Proline?
No, Proline is not offering betting on the 2013 WSOP Main Event final table. Proline does not offer betting on poker at all. Canadians can bet on poker and the 2013 World Series of Poker champion at Bodog Canada.