Back on July 14, the 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event final table was set. The players in this year's "November Nine" are set to resume play on November 10, and it is a globally diverse group of young players who will be battling it out for the $10 million top prize.
Daniel Sindelar graduated college in 2006 and made the move from his home state of Nebraska to Las Vegas, Nevada. Since then, it's been all poker for the young man from the Midwest, and he's done well enough to find himself at the 2014 WSOP Main Event final table with 21.2 million in chips.
This finish will be far and away Sindelar's most impressive, but he's recorded 17 WSOP cashes and 11 WSOP Circuit cashes over the years.
To read more about Sindelar, check out this PokerNews 2014 WSOP November Nine profile.