It’s been one of the most successful years in WSOF history, and with just over two weeks until the main event, now is the time to place your bets on the 2016 World Series of Poker with Bovada!
The World Series of Poker is the most prestigious poker tournament in the world. Nearly 108,000 players from 107 different countries entered in 2016, (including some poker player footballers) and after five months, only nine contestants remain. This group, known as the November Nine, are set to play in the main event of the WSOP on October 30th.
The final group consists of poker players from five different countries. The winning prize? A staggering $8 million USD. It’s sure to be a competitive main event, and like all great sporting matches, a number of online sportsbooks in the US have already released their betting odds. You don’t have much time to place your bets on the 2016 World Poker, so take a look at who comes into the finals as the favorites and underdogs.
Who is the betting favorite?
According to Bovada, the favorite heading into to the 2016 World Series of Poker main event at the end of the month is Cliff Josephy. The New York native has been a professional player for years, but 2016 marks his first time making it to the WSOP November Nine. Josephy is leading the total chip percentage at the moment with 22%, and has already earned over $800,000 in this tournament. His odds to win sit at +225.
November Nine Betting Odds
- Cliff Josephy – +225
- Qui Nguyen – +400
- Gordo Vayo – +500
- Kenny Hallaert – +500
- Griffin Benger – +900
- Michael Ruane – +900
- Vojtech Ruzicka – +900
- Jerry Wong – +2500
- Fernando Pons – +4000
When looking at the odds, you notice a direct correlation between the total chip holders and WSOP betting favorites. Behind Cliff Josephy is Qui Nguyen, who’s odds are currently at +400. Nguyen holds a 20% of the WSOP chips. Gordo Vayo is the third most likely winner at +500, and a player that many people that enjoy internet gambling in the US are placing their bets on the 2016 World Series of Poker to win.
It is sure to be a competitive ending to one of the most exciting years in poker history, and at this point it’s anyone’s guess who will come out as the winner. Will you be placing bets on the 2016 World Series of Poker? Tell us who you think wins, and make sure to visit Bovada for a full list of the November Nine betting odds.