Badih Bounahra (19,700,000)
 
Badih Bounahra is a relatively unknown player, but one who is clearly dangerous, surfacing as a formidable foe in the latter stages of this year's main event.
 
He is also, at 49 years, by far the ‘oldest' player at the final table.
 
Hailing from Belize, where he owns and operates a card room and runs a wholesale and grocery business, Bounahra has a handful of small cashes with just over $72,766 in lifetime live earnings to his credit.
 
He cashed in the 2008 WSOP $2,000 No-Limit Hold’em event for $7,582, finishing in 51st position in his only WSOP cash on record. That could change once the final winner id decided, with a main prize of $8.71 million; in the meantime he is guaranteed a take-home of $782,115 for getting as far as he has.
 
In other live events, he has played the Aruba Classic and other tourneys, cashing on five occasions and amassing some $34,548 in all.

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)