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Canadian won 2010 WSOP Main Event

Discussion in 'Other Poker Rooms' started by Pro2type, Nov 10, 2010.

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    23-year-old French-Canadian Jonathan Duhamel won the title in Las Vegas Monday night collecting close to $9 millions and became the first Canadian who won poker`s World Championship.

    He was close to speechless after the final hand and just said “I could never dream of that. It's so huge, so big. It's a dream come true for me. It's just amazing."

    Duhamel entered Monday's heads-up match for the title with a 6:1 chip lead over Racener. Racener eventually got short and called all-in with K8 suited. Duhamel had A♠ J♥, ace-high was good enough and while Racener collected $5,545,855 for second, the Main Event title, the glory and $8,944,310 was Duhamel's.

    This year's Main Event drew 7,319 players creating a $68,798,600 prize pool.

    Here's how the 2010 November Nine finished up:

    1. Jonathan Duhamel $8,944,310
    2. John Racener $5,545,955
    3. Joseph Cheong $4,130,049
    4. Filippo Candio $3,092,545
    5. Michael Mizrachi $2,332,992
    6. John Dolan $1,772,959
    7. Jason Senti $1,356,720
    8. Matthew Jarvis $1,045,743
    9. Soi Nguyen $811,823

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