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Who were the WSOP winners in 2010?

The World Series of Poker is made up of lots of different events, with the entry fees usually being between $1,000 and $50,000. This year the main event jackpot is $8,711,956. Last year the main event jackpot was $8,944,310. Here is a list of some of the biggest WSOP winners in 2010...

  • Jonathan Duhamel won the $10,000 no limit Hold’em championship and took home $8,944,310.
  • Michael Mizrachi walked home $1,559,046 better off after winning the $50,000 the poker players championship.
  • Dan Kelly won $1,315,518 after winning the $25,000 no limit hold’em six handed event.
  • Tormer Berda won $825,976 from winning the $2,500 no limit hold’em event.
  • Jason DeWitt won $818,959 after winning the $5,000 no limit hold’em event.
  • Daniel Alaei won the $10,000 pot limit Omaha world championship and walked home with $780,599.
  • Jesse Rockowitz won the $1,500 no limit hold’em event and took home $721,373.
  • Jeff Papola won $667,433 after winning the $5,000 no limit hold’em six handed event.
  • William Haydon won the $2,500 no limit hold’em six handed event and took $630,031.
  • Ayaz Mahmood took home $625,682 after winning the $10,000 heads up no limit hold’em championship.
  • Jonathan Duhamel was the winner of the main event and took home nearly $9,000,000 from that event. Earlier on in the series he was placed 50th in the $1,500 no limit hold’em 6 handed event and won $5,724. He was also placed 15th in the $2,500 no limit hold’em event and won $37,726. In this year's main event he was knocked out in day two.

 

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