Jonathan Duhamel bested a tough final table to take the 2010 WSOP main event title and nearly 9 million dollars. His road to victory was not an easy one, however. The final table featured several highly skilled pros and saw over twenty chip lead changes before the action finally came down to heads up between […]
Event #15 of the 2010 World Series of Poker has finished up and it was Frank Kassela who outlasted the field to win the first place prize. Kassela was able to outlast the 169 other players in the tournament which was a seven card stud hi/lo split 8 or better world championship. The buy-in to this event was $10,000 and the prize pool created was worth $1,598,000.
The 2010 World Series of Poker is in full swing and event #4 recently concluded. The event lasted three days and 818 players registered to compete in the $1,500 Omaha eight or better tournament. In the end eighty one players would earn a payout and first place would go to Michael Chow.