Negreanu 40/1 odds to win WSOP Main Event

The 2013 World Series of Poker is underway but the Main Event is the one that grabs the headlines.

Greg Merson won the 2012 event and is listed at 100/1 to repeat as champion. The last player to win back-to-back Main Events was Johnny Chan in 1987 and 1988.

The Main Event gets underway on July 6 at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Paradise, Nevada.

Here are the top 20 players' odds courtesy of bwin.com:

Daniel Negreanu (CAN) 40/1
Phil Ivey (USA) 50/1
Phil Hellmuth (USA) 50/1
Johnny Chan (CHN) 50/1
Allen Cunningham (USA) 66/1
Jeremy Ausmus (USA) 66/1
Bryan Piccoli (USA) 66/1
Chris Ferguson (USA) 66/1
Jonathan Duhamel (CAN) 66/1
Tom Dwan (USA) 80/1
Erik Seidel (USA) 80/1
Doyle Brunson (USA) 80/1
Aaron Lim (AUS) 100/1
Jesse Sylvia (USA) 100/1
Vitaly Lunkin (RUS) 100/1
Michael Mizrachi (USA) 100/1
Jason Mercier (USA) 100/1
Patrik Antonius (FIN) 100/1
Pius Heinz (GER) 100/1
Russell Thomas (USA) 100/1

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Posted by Nesci
3 years ago

Horrible odds for every single player
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Posted by LaHaterz
3 years ago

lol, im betting this
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Posted by mctrap
3 years ago

Chris Ferguson 66/1. LMAO. What are the odds he gets heckled or worse? He belongs in a home game @ Russ Hamilton's place along with Lederer.
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Posted by bizkilla
3 years ago

Never considered betting on poker but as usual the odds are not paying enough. Eve if Daniel were 100/1 its still not enough. Only the truest of degenerate would bet this.
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