In our ‘Countdown to 2014 November Nine‘, we bring to you another November Niner. Andoni Larrabe is in Seat 5 and has a sizeable stack of 22,550,000 chips. In only his second time at the WSOP Main Event, Larrabe has made it to the final table. Incidntaly, the 22 year old Spaniard is the youngest poker player remaining in the field.
|Place of Residence||San Vlato, Spain/London, UK|
|WSOP Money Finishes||3|
|Live Tournament Earnings||$341,266|
Andoni Larrabe hails from Basque in Spain and has spent years grinding the online multiple table tournament scene since he was 18 under the alias “pollopopeye.” While players outside Spain might not recognize Larrabe’s name, he is well known in Spain and has amassed over $341,000 in live tournament earnings. Larrabe gained some fame and fortune back in January 2013 at the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure at the Atlantis Resort and Casino by winning the event.
Larrabe also has three WSOP cashes to his name in 2013 and this young pro has already snagged a little piece of poker history as no Spanish player has ever made the November Nine WSOP 2014 in its current format. He is in a good position to become the first Spanish player since Carlos Mortensen to win the WSOP 2014 Main Event. He starts ‘November Nine’ 4th in Chip lead and is in good position.
Notable victories –
- 2012, EPT Grand Final Monte Carlo 11th place: $ 92,418
- 2012, EPT Prague, Prague 32nd place: $ 6,222
- 2013, PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, Paradise Island 1st place: $ 218,710
- 2013, 44th World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2013, Las Vegas 46th place: $ 14,333
The other profiles in the 2014 November Nine Series include-