2012 WSOP Updated Odds
(The Spread) – The 2012 World Series of Poker Main Event got underway on July 7 and Jesse Sylvia currently leads at the Final Table.
Thanks in large part to Sylvia’s 43,875,000 chip lead, oddsmakers have installed him as a 3/1 favorite to win the 2012 World Series of Poker. Andras Koroknai has the next best odds at 9/2 while Greg Merson is 5/1 and Russell Thomas is 6/1.
Continuing with the odds, both Steven Gee and Michael Esposito are 9/1 to win the 2012 World Series of Poker, respectively, while Robert Salaburu and Jacob Balsiger are 10/1, respectively. The current long shot to win this year’s WSOP is Jeremy Ausmus at 11/1.
Koroknai is second behind Sylvia in chips with 29,375,000 and Merson is third with 28,725,000 chips. Thomas is fourth with 24,800,000 chips, Gee is fifth with 16,860,000 chips and Esposito is sixth with 16,260,00 chips. Salaburu’s chip count is currently 15,155,000, which ranks him seventh, while Balsiger is eighth with 13,115,000 chips and Ausmus is ninth with 9,805,000 chips.
Pius Heinz won last year’s World Series of Poker with ACE-KING, while Jonathan Duhamel won the 2010 WSOP with ACE-JACK. Joe Cada won with a pair of 9s in 2009 while Peter Eastgate won with ACE-FIVE in 2008 and Jerry Yang won with a pair of 8s in 2007.
2012 World Series of Poker Odds
Jesse Syliva 3/1
Andras Koroknai 9/2
Greg Merson 5/1
Russell Thomas 6/1
Steven Gee 9/1
Michael Esposito 9/1
Robert Salaburu 10/1
Jacob Balsiger 10/1
Jeremy Ausmus 10/1