Correction, 7/28/14, 5:06 p.m. EST: An earlier version of this story misreported the dollar amount to be collected by Yukos pensioners. The correct number is $458 million. The story has been updated accordingly. We regret the error. The story has also been updated to include more precise figures for the remaining award beneficiaries.

However you slice it, $50 billion is an astonishing sum. These are the players who stand to benefit most from the historic Yukos award—assuming Russia can be forced to pay up.

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