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2010 WSOP Event #57: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em Championship

Bonuses, 2010-11-07, by Ozone

Jonathan Duhamel enjoyed a nice day yesterday. He came into the WSOP Main Event final table with a stack of 66 million, good enough for the chip lead. After a long day of poker, Duhamel is taking a stack of 189 million into heads-up play against John Racener. Racener started the day in the middle of the pack with 19 million and ended it barely above that mark at 31 million.

Crowd favorite Michael Mizrachi briefly climbed to the chip lead before losing several large pots and exiting in 5th place ($2.3 million).

Joseph Cheong can lay claim to losing the largest pot in WSOP history. In three-handed play, Cheong six-bet shoved Ace-Seven and was called by Duhamel who held pocket Queens. There was no good fortune for Cheong and he exited in third place good for $4.1 million.

Here is the full run down of the final table which concludes on Monday and aires on ESPN on Tuesday in the U.S.:

1st: Jonathan Duhamel - 189 million chips
2nd: John Racener - 31 million chips
3rd: Joseph Cheong - $4.1 million
4th: Filippo Candio - $3 million
5th: Michael Mizrachi - $2.3 million
6th: John Dolan - $1.7 million
7th: Jason Senti - $1.3 million
8th: Matthew Jarvis - $1 million
9th: Soi Nguyen - $811,000

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