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Federico Butteroni is one of the November Nine WSOP finalist. He hails from Italy and speaks in a very thick Italian accent. At 25, he’s pretty much a vet in the poker world having recorded cashes from 2010. He thinks European players are more aggressive than Americans and more unpredictable as well. For the Final Table at the WSOP, he’s not sure of his strategy yet. He just wants to rest before the tournament. He’s the lowest stack of all players going into the Final Table with 6,200,000 chips. How will he do stay tuned for the November Nine Final Table.
Here’s a list of his recorded cashes:
05-Jul-2015 United States WSOP $ 10,000 No Limit Hold’em Main Event (Event #68) 46th World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2015, Las Vegas won $ 1,001,020
29-Jun-2015 United States WSOP $ 1,500 No Limit Hold’em (Event #59) 46th World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2015, Las Vegas won $ 3,622
24-Jun-2015 United States $ 235 No Limit Hold’em 3PM Rio Daily Deepstacks 2015, Las Vegas won $ 31,756
12-Jun-2015 United States WSOP $ 1,500 No Limit Hold’em Monster Stack (Event #28) 46th World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2015, Las Vegas won $ 45,633
28-May-2015 Czech Republic € 199 No Limit Hold’em – IMOP Main Event IMOP – Italian Masters Of Poker, Rozvadov won $ 1,668
10-Jun-2014 Australia No Limit Hold’Em – Event #9 Sapphire Series Poker Challenge, Perth won $ 6,301
09-Jun-2014 Australia A$ 100 No Limit Hold’em – Monday Night Weekly Tournament – The Poker Scene Monday 2014 Crown Casino Perth Recurring Tournaments, Perth won $ 187
04-Jun-2014 Australia No Limit Hold’Em – Event #6 Sapphire Series Poker Challenge, Perth won $ 3,887
01-May-2014 Australia A$ 330 No Limit Hold’em Last Sunday of the Month 2014 Crown Casino Perth Recurring Tournaments, Perth won $ 3,246
09-Dec-2010 Italy IPT € 2,000 + 200 No Limit Hold’em – Main Event IPT – 2 – Sanremo III, Sanremo won $ 6,706
Here’s a video clip where he talks about being and Italian poker player and getting ready for the WSOP.
There are 69 players left for the Tuesday making of the November Nine. Pierre Neuville is chip leader with 7,105,000 chips. Neuville is one of the oldest players out there at 72. He’s a regular in the European poker scene. The following are the top tens going into Day 6.
1 Pierre Neuville 7,105,000
2 David Stefanski 6,480,000
3 Thomas Paul 6,140,000
4 David Peters 6,130,000
5 Mozheng Guan 6,030,000
6 Andrew Moreno 5,320,000
7 Matt Jarvis 5,250,000
8 Thomas Cannuli 5,070,000
9 George McDonald 4,949,000
10 Brian Hastings 4,740,000
It’s going to be an exciting Day 6. Stay tuned!!
It’s Day 5 of the WSOP and new leaders emerged as the chip count gets bigger and bigger. Max Steinberg , a WSOP vet, is the frontrunner with 5,150,000 chips. He has been a regular at the WSOP and has over $1.5 million in cashes and one bracelet. Next is Pierre Neuville with 4,815,000. He has been a regular casher with nearly $600,000 in WSOP earnings. He’s been a fixture at the WSOP since 2008. Newcomer Bruce Perry is third 4,500,000 chips. Jake Toole is fourth with 4,335,000 he is a WSOP vet with multiple cashes . Poker Pro Joseph Mckeehen is next with 4,320,000 . He’s over the million dollar in earnings bracket. Interesting to note is he stated learning poker from watching it on tv. Scottish player George McDonald is next with 4,135,000 chips. Swedish player Ghattas Kortas is 8th with 4,060,000 chips. David Peters is 9th with 3,960,000 chips. He’s won one circuit ring and cashes of nearly $400,000. And rounding out the top ten is Danny Fuhs with 3,880,000 chips. He’s had previous cashes at the WSOP of nearly $900,000 and is poker pro.
Some well known players are still alive in the tourney including Daniel Negreanu and Matt Jarvis. Stay tuned for more highlights.
The second day of WSOP has brought a new crop of players to the table in the quest to be part of the November Nine. Hamid Feiz is chip leader with over 180,000 chips. Feiz is repeat WSOP player with a cash in the WSOP 2014 Seniors No Limit Holdem and this year at Monster Stack he won over $11,000. His total WSOP earning are around $20,000. Most of the other top finishers are new to the WSOP including;
2. Adil Khan 156,800 chips
3. Srikanth Koneru 154,725 chips
4. Edward Grau 148,825 chips
5. Marko Neumann 146,675 chips. He’s had multiple WSOP cashes with earnings over $400,000.
6. Young Lu 141,750 chips
7. Alexander Wilkinson 139,025 . One previous WSOP cash.
8. Chad Power 135,575 chips. One previous WSOP cash.
9. Omri Shaked 134,250 chips
10. Jeffrey Tanouye 131,075 chips. He’s had multiple cashes at the WSOP though no bracelets.
Other top finishers include Dominik Nitsche who’s had WSOP earnings over $2,500,000. Also Greg Raymer with earnings near $7,000,000 including winner of the 2004 WSOP Main Event also finished strong.