2013 World Series of Poker

Event #62: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event
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Making Multiple Main Event Final Tables

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In this day and age making the November Nine more than once seems impossible. No one has done it yet, but that's not to say players don't have multiple final table appearances. Perhaps the most notable man to do it was Dan Harrington, who took sixth in 1987 before winning in 1995. Then, in 2003 and 2004, he made headlines by making back-to-back final tables and finishing in third and fourth place respectively.

Harrington advanced from the Day 1b field with 60,675 and is looking to make his first final table in nine years.

Here's a look at all the players who've made multiple WSOP Main Event final tables:

WSOP Top 25 All-Time Main Event Final Tables

RankPlayer# of Main Event Final Tables
1Doyle Brunson5
Jesse Alto5
3Johnny Moss4
Stu Ungar4
Johnny Chan4
T.J. Cloutier4
Dan Harrington4
Berry Johnston4
9John Bonetti3
Steve Lott3
Bill Smith3
Hamid Dastmalchi3
Al Krux3
Jack Keller3
15Erik Seidel2
Huck Seed2
Sailor Roberts2
George Huber2
Dave Crunkleton2
Brad Daugherty2
Fernando Fisdel2
Donnacha O’Dea2
Rod Peate2
Phil Hellmuth2
Jay Heimowitz2
Noel Furlong2
Perry Green2
Mike Matusow2
Masour Matloubi2
Hans “Tuna” Lund2
Bobby Baldwin2
Dewey Tomko2
Jeffrey Shulman2
Jim Bechtel2
Mickey Appleman2
Tom Jacobs2
Tom Franklin2