2010 Main Event: Duhamel Wins!
Jonathan Duhamel pounded on John Racener after the break getting him under 17 million.
Racener finally shoved into him once forcing a fold, but Duhamel open shoved A♠ J♥ the next hand and Racener made the call with K♦ 8♦.
With the Main Event title hanging in the balance, the flop fell 9♠ 4♣ 4♦ keeping Duhamel ahead.
The turn brought 6♣ and no help for Racener.
And finally the 5♣ river came down and insanity ensued on the stage as Jonathan Duhamel had become champion of the 2010 WSOP Main Event.
Duhamel will collect $8.9 million becoming the first Canadian to grab Main Event glory while John Racener settles for the $5,545,855 second prize.
As chants of "Duhamel, Duhamel," fill the Penn & Teller theater we say goodnight and goodbye from the 2010 World Series of Poker.
Stay Tuned to Pokerlistings, however, for a few words from the World Champ himself and maybe a photo or two.
The Winner Interview
We scrambled and clawed our way into like four straight questions with the newly-minted champ. Check out the video right here, right now.
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