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   Monday, April 22 2024 
The great come back of Jonathan Duhamel - Super High-Roller One Drop

By beating businessman-turned poker pro Bill Klein, Jonathan Duhamel emerged victorious of the Super High-Roller One Drop, a poker tournament part of the 2015 World Series of Poker (WSOP). Admittedly, Duhamel has made an exceptional feat. He has come a long way through thin and thick before he notched it up. He actually saw himself teeing against formidable rivals, including the final day’s chip-leader Daniel Colman. The latter delivered a truly aggressive tactics but eventually fell to 3rd place. Unexpectedly, an incident occured in the poker room of Rio All Suite, delaying the heads-up’s start. A man inside the rail had a heart attack. The incident has somewhat disturbed the players but when calm returned, the game continued. Speaking of Colman, he finished 3rd place for $ 1.5 million. Yet, he dethroned Phil Ivey in the “All Time Money List”.

Phil Hellmuth was also among the title contenders. He could not do more but finishing 6th place after a pretty good amount of time securing the lead. Despite all this, the “Poker Brat” was awarded an enticing prize of $ 696,821. Ben Sulky, Anthony Zinno, Andrew Lichetenberger and John Racener were also among the notables running in the hunt for the title. Against their will, they all failed to reach the podium. France’s Benjamin Pollak also saw himself among the men to watch in the battle. However, he failed to meet what his fans expected there-in. He was kicked to 42nd place.

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