WSOP stack sizes at each elimination (winner spoiler, obv) (1 Viewer)

snooptodd

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I created this graphic for a story I wrote today, and thought it was incredibly illuminating. Amazing that Jacobson had such a small stack for almost the entire final table. From what I saw (didn't see hole cards often), it looked like he played a near perfect tournament.

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More graphics and analysis from the WSOP here: http://aarontodd.casinocitytimes.com/article/2014-wsop-november-nine-illustrated-63796

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I liked Jacobson from the start of the final table. He read the other players well.
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Holy crap, can't believe I missed this the first time around. Very cool visual representation. Thanks for compiling and posting :)
 

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Love the graphics. Would love to do this for my home games. Time to start saving up for RFID chips...
 

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Really interesting information. I liked him from the very start of the final table, but I didn't realize how in control he was through all seven days.
 

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Good graphic, but that x-axis label is a little confusing. 'Percentage of chips in play' or hopefully 'value of chips in play as a percentage'

Brian
 
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