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WSOPE Berlin: Duhamel Wins Third Gold Bracelet!

Tags: 2015 WSOP Europe, Jonathan Duhamel.
Posted on 26 October 2015 by "T".

When the star-filled WSOP Europe Berlin High Roller final table kicked off on Friday, Italian poker pro Mustapha Kanit had a big lead with a stack of 1.7 million (his closest opponent, Christoph Vogelsang, had less than half of that). Funnily enough the two short stacks, 3-time gold bracelet winner Davidi Kitai and 2010 WSOP winner Jonathan Duhamel, made it to heads-up after several hours of battle.

Duhamel, who eliminated Kanit in third place, took down a few big pots right away to take a 3-1 lead. Kitai doubled up once with KJ vs 89, but that didn't stop Duhamel from dominating the heads-up. Eventually, the Belgian was knocked out in second place for €342,620 after losing an all in with J7 versus 77. Duhamel now has a three gold bracelets (second in 2015) and €554,395!

"It feels even better than the second one," Duhamel said after the event. "I felt like this tournament was really tough. It's one of the toughest I've played in my life. To be able to win it, it means everything."

Final Result - 2015 WSOPE High Roller
1st place: Jonathan Duhamel (Germany) - €554,395
2nd place: Davidi Kitai (Belgium) - €342,620
3rd place: Mustapha Kanit (Italy) - €227,145
4th place: Sam Chartier (Canada) - €160,775
5th place: Christoph Vogelsang (Germany) - €121,020

6th place: Fedor Holz (Germany) - €96,625

7th place: Timothy Adams (Canada) - €81,420

 


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6 comments for "WSOPE Berlin: Duhamel Wins Third Gold Bracelet!"

 doubletop77726/10/2015 09:23:19 GMT
Many congratulations to Jonathan Duhamel on winning his third bracelet and the first prize of 554,395. This guy is proving that his Main Event win wasnt a flash in the pan and he looks here to stay
 pochui26/10/2015 10:19:53 GMT
ok i have to admit that 3 bracelets are better than one, and i didn't think that duhamel was good enough for another bracelet in a field bigger than 2-3 players after his major win in the wsop main event, but he proved me (and probably many others) wrong and delivered a couple more bracelets already.
 StheP26/10/2015 12:38:29 GMT
Posted by pochui:
ok i have to admit that 3 bracelets are better than one, and i didn't think that duhamel was good enough for another bracelet in a field bigger than 2-3 players after his major win in the wsop main event, but he proved me (and probably many others) wrong and delivered a couple more bracelets already.

after that he won high roller O.o if I am not mistaken O.o he is preaty good, he is one of my favorite players... he play realy good, and I think that soon he will win more bracelats... he surpassed 17 million $ in winnings, thats also preaty awesome Big Smile
 Fakiry26/10/2015 13:45:09 GMT
Could the factor "home" have had a big influence on this result? I don't think so, because once you sit at the table you only take in consideration the professional background and curriculum of your opponents, and pay attention to the way they are playing that specific tourney.
 TheMachineQC26/10/2015 17:48:40 GMT
Whoever said Jonathan Duhamel's 2010 main event win was a fluke are proved wrong by his long term results. He's a solid player that isn't scared to go with his read and make moves.

He's also been able to manage his bankroll well enough to keep playing these expensive tournament throughout the year even without his pokerstars sponsor.
 klash2326/10/2015 18:30:19 GMT
A great win for Duhamel and he is one of the few main event winners who has gone on to win many more millions of dollars,as well as another wsop bracelet he must be close to $20 million now.

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