Sports Betting: Vegas odds for the 2012 WSOP ‘Octo-Nine’

The event will take place October 29 and 30 at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino.

For poker players and fans, the next best thing to being at the 2012 World Series of Poker final table is having the chance to bet on the next Main Event bracelet winner and new World Champ. Currently 10-to-1.Jeremy Ausmus, age 32, (9.8 million). To avoid conflicts with this year’s presidential election, the WSOP rescheduled the final table to October. Currently 10-to-1.

Betting odds vary by sports book and casino, but with no well known pros at the final table to skew the odds in either direction they basically follow the size of the individual chip stacks. Currently the favorite at 3-to-1.Andras Koroknai, age 30, (29.37 million). Las Vegas sports books are gearing up to give poker enthusiasts just that chance.

The Main Event finalists are: (ranked according to stack size)

Jesse Sylvia, age 26, (43.87 million). Odds will change as the event approaches and will swing widely as players are eliminated and stack sizes grow.

This year’s Main Event winner will take home $8,527,982 in cash and the coveted WSOP bracelet. All nine players at the 2012 WSOP final table are guaranteed a minimum $754,798 for their efforts.. To learn more about the WSOP, the 2012 Main Event and complete player profiles visit . Currently 7-to-1.Michael Esposito, age 43, (16.26 million). Currently 8-to-1.Robert Salaburu, age 27, (15.15 million). World Series of Poker and WSOP are trademarks of Caesars Interactive Entertainment, Inc. Many poker enthusiasts now refer to this year’s final table players as the Octo-Nine. Currently 4-to-1.Russel Thomas, age 24, (24.80 million). See you at the tables.

In recent years the last nine players of the WSOP Main Event have been dubbed the November Nine. Currently 6-to-1.Steven Gee, age 57, (16.86 million). Currently 7-to-2.Gregory Merson, age 24, (28.72 million). Currently 9-to-1.Jacob Balsiger, age 21, (13.11 million)

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