Three professional poker players give blow-by-blow accounts of their most memorable hands.
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Dubliner Eoghan O’Dea (second from right) has made it through to the November Nine – the final nine contestants at the main event of the World Series of Poker. Eoghan, whose father Donnacha is also a professional poker player, battled his way through a field of 6,865 players and will now head to the final table with the second largest amount of chips.
Eoghan is guaranteed a payday of at least $780,000 for making it to the final table but could earn $8.7 million if he wins the event which will be played out in November.