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   Sunday, June 16 2024 
WSOP 2010: The title disputed between Dumahel and Racener

The November Nine has finally taken place at the legendary Rio casino in Las Vegas on last Saturday and has yet to begin the last head's up. The 9 finalists of this year therefore faced during 12 hours to qualify for the title. The amateur of the final table, Soi Nguyen, holding the lowest stack at the start was logically the first eliminated. However, he can be proud of having been part of this great adventure of poker 2010. This has also allowed him winning a nice sum of $ 811,823. The Canadian Matthew Jarvis and the two American Jason Senti and John Dolan also followed his example and placed respectively at the 8th, 7th and 6th place.

There remained therefore only 5 players on the table and the public expected to find The Grinder at the final duel. Note that he was the most qualified player of the November Nine and his fans came in numbers to encourage him. But the title of world champion was not made to Mizrachi this year because he rolled to the 5th place. The only Italian of the part, Filippo Candio, also exited in 4th place. After the departure of Candio, the Canadian Dumahel and the American having South Korean origin, Cheong Joseph were in good position to compete in the final duel of the poker tournament with their big stacks in hands. However, luck played a trick on Cheong and he got eliminated in 3rd place. On Monday night, the verdict fall after the final duel between Dumahel and John Racener. Note that one them, was crowned world champion of poker 2010 and receive the great and majestic premium of $ 8,944,138. It was the Canadian Dumahel who was the best and win thanks to his huge advantage in chips with 30,750,000 if his competitor held 188,950,000.

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