Anton Makievskyi (13,825,000)
 
Anton Makievskyi is another relatively unknown player from the Ukraine, who also surfaced late in the main event with little evidence of live tournament experience or cashes.
 
The 21-year-old took the railbirds' breath away during the tournament when he took down a spectacularly large 20 million-chip pot at the end of Day 6 to become chip leader at that point.
 
Not much is known about Makievskyi, but it believed he honed his skills on the internet and hails from Dnipropetrousk, although he is now a student in Kiev.
 
He could enter the records as the youngest winner of the main event. Eastgate cracked that at age 22 in 2008, a record immediately beaten in 2009 by Joe Cada at 21 years old.

The Other November Niners : Listed By Chip Stack. Click –> For all 2011 Wsop News

  1. Martin Staszko: chip leader on 40,175,00 chips
  2. Eoghan O’Dea (33,925,000)
  3. Matt Giannetti (24,750,000)
  4. Phil Collins (23,875,000)
  5. Ben Lamb (20,875,000)
  6. Badih Bounahra (19,700,000)
  7. Pius Heinz (16,425,000)
  8. Anton Makievskyi (13,825,000)
  9. Samuel Holden (13,825,000)