Jonathan Duhamel as the biggest winner of 2015 edition - WSOP
All verdicts of the events from the recently-concluded 2015 World Series of Poker (WSOP) are now in. 67 gold bracelets and approximately $ 150 million were awarded in this great global poker tournament. Numerous were those who left Las Vegas with a truly notable sum in hands. As featured in the current money list, it is Jonathan Duhamel who claims the drivers seat. Crowned champion in the 2010 WSOP Final Main Event, the Canadian poker pro now sits atop the leaderboard with $ 4,048,137 in career earnings. He grabbed a great part of that money from his 1st-place finish in the $ 111,111buy-in High Roller for One Drop. Besides, Duhamel also finished In The Money in five different events. Listed second position is Bill Klein. The career cashes of this California native now total $ 2,465,522, a noticeable part of which was owed to his runner-up place in the High Roller for One Drop.
Anthony Zinno, for his part, is ranked 3rd position. Thanks to his win in the $ 25,000 buy-in Pot Limit Omaha, the talented poker player captured his first-ever gold bracelet. Added to the bracelet is his biggest career cash, a whopping $ 1,899,183 of prize. Russias poker pro Mike Gorodinsky secures 4th position with his $ 1,764,112 in earnings. Of that sum, a tidy part was owed to his victory in the Omaha / Seven Card Stud Hi-Low-8 or Better. Rounding out the Top 5 money list is Daniel Colman. His overal earnings now amount to $ 1,544,121. After being crowned champion of the 2014 WSOP Big One for One Drop, Colman successfully managed to finish among the fininalists in the 2015 WSOP $ 111,111buy-in High Roller for One Drop.
Tuesday, 04 August 2015
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