Top 5 Least Popular WSOP Main Event Winners 2009: Worlds Poker

Top 5 least popular WSOP Main Event winners

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There’s no question that Jerry Yang brought his A-game to the final table of the Main Event. The social worker entered the day as the short-stack but quickly went to work knocking out seven of the eight final table players.

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