World Series of Poker in-play betting continues at Matchbook.com
Online betting exchange Matchbook.com have reopened their World Series of Poker final table market.
The site will be offering in-play betting throughout the final day as the remaining three contenders battle to a finish.
Despite going into the November Nine final table ranked only seventh in chips, German pro Pius Heinz now leads the way with a stack of 107.8m. The 22-year-old PokerStars-sponsored player is therefore favourite to take down the title at a price of 21/20.
Next in the betting comes American Ben Lamb (55.4m chips) at odds of 12/5, while Czech player Martin Staszko (42.7m chips) is third-favourite at 4/1.
Play from the Rio Casino will be broadcast with a 15-minute delay, with the eventual winner set to scoop a top prize of $8.7m, as well as a coveted World Series of Poker bracelet.
Matchbook.com spokesman Andrew Pantling said: “Our in-play WSOP final table market has proved phenomenally popular and we’re not done yet! There’s still plenty of action to be had as Lamb and Staszko try to overhaul Heinz’s commanding lead.”