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2015 WSOP: JONATHAN DUHAMEL WINS 2015 HIGH ROLLER FOR ONE DROP

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Posted on Wednesday, July 01, 2015 by "T".
2010 World Series of Poker Main Event champion Jonathan Duhamel stood tall as the winner of even EVENT #58: $111,111 High Roller for ONE DROP after overcoming a extremely tough field of 135 entrants over 2 days of play. Duhamel, 27, received his second bracelet and the massive $3,989,985 first-place prize for his victory. He now has $13,796,281 in WSOP earnings. "I feel so lucky and so blessed in[...]   Read more » 2015 WSOP: JONATHAN DUHAMEL WINS 2015 HIGH ROLLER FOR ONE DROP

  1-Jul-15, 11:52   #1
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klash23 
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He really makes his bracelets wins count doesn't he?Two bracelets and $13.7 million in winnings.
Good to see a 74 year old try his luck but strange to see no women players at all?

     
  1-Jul-15, 12:18   #2
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StheP 

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I am just watching this, and I get to heads up... thanks for spoilers :S

     
  1-Jul-15, 15:10   #3
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JorAxe 
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Well congratulations already have too much money raised at these events, and luck is smiling very well.

     
  1-Jul-15, 15:18   #4
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TheMachineQC 

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I haven't seen how he won but I know he's a great player and he only need 1 or 2 suckouts to win a tournament Blink

I knew he was making the final table 2 days ago, and knew he won since yesterday because a friend posted it on fb... Now I don't really wanna watch it though because I know the result Blink

     
  1-Jul-15, 15:25   #5
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pinotte 
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The other day i look at this tournament on WSOP site and there was 16 players left and Duhamel was around 13th. and he just had double is stack with A A to go over 1million. I really dont know how he manage to win this tournament from the 13th. place to 1st. and there was very good poker player with a bigger stack. When poker god is with you. So big congratulations to him. Smile Smile

     
  1-Jul-15, 17:33   #6
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Calmplay 

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I really feel bad for Hellmuth about his 6th place finishing, I mean cmon to finish 6th in such event is really insane when you see the names involved in that event but him it's about winning it, you know what if he had finished 2nd it would have more disaster than that 6th isn't it?

     
  1-Jul-15, 19:20   #7
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StheP 

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Posted by Calmplay:
I really feel bad for Hellmuth about his 6th place finishing, I mean cmon to finish 6th in such event is really insane when you see the names involved in that event but him it's about winning it, you know what if he had finished 2nd it would have more disaster than that 6th isn't it?

well he took 600k$+ for his 6th place, and I would doubt he wuld be unhappier if he finished 2nd, because there is 2,5m$ for second...Yes its a pitty he didnt won his 15th bracelet, but 600k$ is also ok for him...and by the way he couldnt stand a chance against Duhamel, and Daniel Colman... they r both in other league than Hellmuth...

     
  2-Jul-15, 01:12   #8
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bowie1984 

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Fun fact - the prizepool from the buy-ins was almost the same here as in the Colossus tourney, yet there the first place was only worth 600k. Of course that had way more players too, but it still fascinates me how the double accounting just goes almost unnoticed.

     
  2-Jul-15, 07:03   #9
 
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  2-Jul-15, 08:44   #10
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StheP 

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Posted by bowie1984:
Fun fact - the prizepool from the buy-ins was almost the same here as in the Colossus tourney, yet there the first place was only worth 600k. Of course that had way more players too, but it still fascinates me how the double accounting just goes almost unnoticed.

what r you talking about? First prize here was 4m$ not 600k$ O.o

     
  2-Jul-15, 09:27   #11
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doubletop777 
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Unbelievable result for Jonathan Duhamel and to win this after winning the Main Event is a spectacular feat. What a great run by Daniel Colman to try and defend his title as well

     
  2-Jul-15, 11:54   #12
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klash23 
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This was definitely a great result considering the opposition he was facing.I know he had a massive win with the main event but since then he has been very consistent in cashing and he is up to nearly $17million.

     
  3-Jul-15, 10:20   #13
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bowie1984 

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Posted by StheP:
Posted by bowie1984:
Fun fact - the prizepool from the buy-ins was almost the same here as in the Colossus tourney, yet there the first place was only worth 600k. Of course that had way more players too, but it still fascinates me how the double accounting just goes almost unnoticed.

what r you talking about? First prize here was 4m$ not 600k$ O.o

The prizepool contained above 10 mil on both tourneys I just mentioned, yet here the winner got a decent chunk of it, as opposed to the Colossus where the winner only got 600k... I made a point about the payout structure by comparing two different tournaments from this year's WSOP.

     
  3-Jul-15, 16:33   #14
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StheP 

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you cannot compare two payout structure if prize pool is same... in colosus there was much bigger field, thats why 1st prize was a lot smaller than this one... but in fact 600k was small prize for first place in colosus...

     
  4-Jul-15, 10:32   #15
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bowie1984 

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Posted by StheP:
you cannot compare two payout structure if prize pool is same...

But I just did. Getting through 20k players is a bit harder (or just as hard? dunno...) then defeating some just above 100. Makes no sense that an almost equally big prizepool (>10 mil) did not equal in a somewhat similar or more balanced payout %. It's biased.

     
  4-Jul-15, 15:05   #16
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Heskor 
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Hello guys hope you doing fine on a sunny saturday and having fun playing poker, me i have just played some poker and it is now forum time to check some of the news and to see what is happening in the poker world, anyway yeah he won it and this is a huge deal in my opinion as he has made one big drop of a jackpot lol, and he will be golden for life and i would only dream of winning it once lol, cheers guys have fun and good luck!

     
  8-Jul-15, 22:01   #17
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luisexy69 

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This guy never stop to show us that in poker every thing can happen, and like above said, 2 times, 2 bracelets and 2 huge wins of money, and yes we all know that not all the money go to him, but part of it will, and is a huge thing.
A detail that i saw, is that the top-10 is all full od USA players, yes i know that this is in USA, but pls in europe or other countrys we and they have good and rich players to spend a buy.in here and perform well.

     
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