WSOP 2011 Results: Could Anton Makiievskyi Become Youngest Winner of Main Event?
WSOP 2011 Results Recap November Nine
Anton Makiievskyi could become the youngest winner ever of the Main Event if he is able to overcome his short stack and win the 2011 Main Event when action continues in November.
Makiievskyi has been one of the chip leaders for nearly the entire tournament, but found himself limping into the final table.
He enters the final table as the lowest chip stack, and will need to put together a performance that would rival Joe Cada's at the final table.
Anything can happen and he is just a couple double ups away from being right up there with the chip leaders.
If he can shock the world and win he would become the youngest winner of all-time, but the chances are slim to none of that happening.
Here are the November Nine with chip counts:
|Martin Staszko|| 40.1 million|
|Eoghan O'Dea||33.9 million|
|Matt Giannetti|| 24.7 million|
|Phil Collins|| 23.8 million|
|Ben Lamb|| 20.8 million|
|Badih Bounahr|| 19.7 million|
|Pius Heinz|| 16.4 million|
|Anton Makiievskyi|| 13.8 million|
|Sam Holden||12.3 million|
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