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Poker News | World Series of Poker | WSOP 2010 | WSOP Tournaments

WSOP tournament recaps and individual tournament reports - along with the winner's photo - will appear here as the results become available.

Jonathan Duhamel Takes WSOP Main Event and Gold Bracelet for Canada

"Thank you to everybody for being here, it's a dream come true," Duhamel said. "I don't know what to think, I don't know what to say," came from Duhamel as the grand finale to four months of the 2010 Main Event of the World Series of Poker came to...

ESPN 2010 WSOP Coverage - 9/21/10

With 574 players left, ESPN continued its coverage of the 2010 WSOP Main Event with Day 5.  The pre-show theme was the emergence of the online hotshots vs. the old guard live action players, with the main focus being on feature table resident Phil...

ESPN 2010 WSOP Coverage - 9/14/10

Day 4 of the Main Event of the World Series of Poker is always one of the most exciting days in the poker calendar, as it is the day when the money bubble bursts.  With over 1,200 players remaining, and only 747 cashing, ESPN’s coverage presented...

ESPN 2010 WSOP Coverage - 9/7/10

All the remaining players in the 2010 WSOP Main Event combined into one large field to play Day 3, the focus of tonight’s ESPN telecast.  There were many different roads the network could have taken, with seven former world champions still in the...

ESPN’s 2010 WSOP Coverage - 8/31/10

ESPN’s coverage of the 2010 WSOP Main Event continued last night with Day 2B, the session that featured the single largest number of players of the entire tournament, with 2,734 starting the day from among the survivors of Days 1B and 1D.  The...

ESPN 2010 WSOP Coverage - 8/24/10

ESPN’s coverage of the 2010 WSOP Main Event moved tonight to the first of the two Day 2s.  While there were nine former Main Event champions still alive and playing in the field on this night, ESPN chose to focus the vast majority of its attention...

ESPN’s 2010 WSOP Coverage - 8/17/10

ESPN’s coverage of the 2010 WSOP Main Event continued tonight with action from Days 1C and 1D.  The big question on everyone’s mind, naturally, was “Just how much time will they give to THIS year’s over-the-top embarrassment of an entrance by Phil...

ESPN’s 2010 WSOP Coverage - 8/10/10

After spending a week each on The Poker Players Championship and the Tournament of Champions, ESPN began its coverage of the 2010 WSOP Main Event tonight with action from Days 1A and 1B.  With Mike “The Mouth” Matusow at the featured table wearing...

ESPN’S 2010 WSOP Tournament of Champions Coverage

ESPN’s coverage of the 2010 World Series of Poker continued tonight with the Tournament of Champions.  In a sense, this was the perfect event for the network to shoot, as it was a collection of 27 of the best-known players in the world, largely...

ESPN’s 2010 WSOP Poker Players Championship Coverage - 7/27/10

ESPN began its coverage of the 2010 World Series of Poker with the $50,000 buy-in Poker Player’s Championship, an 8-game tournament for the Chip Reese Memorial Trophy that replaced the HORSE tourney of previous years.  To accommodate the network, it...

WSOP Main Event Day 8: Duhamel Leads, Mizrachi Highlights November Nine

The November Nine was within reach when the day began, though not many predicted it would be eighteen hours later before the names were determined. Those who entered the Rio Convention Center on Saturday, July 17, found themselves in somewhat of a...

WSOP Main Event Day 7: Cheong and Nguyen Lead Final 27

Day 7 could have gone either way. If the players continued at the rapid pace at which they were playing, a short day was in store. But if they suddenly decided to tighten up and take fewer chances, the trip down to a 27-player field was destined to...

WSOP Main Event Day 6: Jorgensen and Mizrachi Lead 78-Player Field

It was going to take eight full playing days of the 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event to determine the names and faces of the November Nine. As the $10K No-Limit Hold’em World Championship played down, Day 6 was only a stepping stone on the way...

WSOP Main Event Day 5: Field Thinned to 205 Players

The fifth full day of the 2010 World Series of Poker $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em World Championship was a fast-paced, action-packed one, full of rapid eliminations, hundreds of significant payouts, and the final exit of many well-known pro players. It...

WSOP Main Event Day 4: Money Bubble Bursts and Payments Begin

Money bubble. Those two words were most anxiously awaited as the $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em World Championship tournament played on. And Tuesday, July 13, was the day that those words would be of the utmost importance. The 2010 World Series of Poker...

WSOP Main Event Day 3: One Field of Hope and Heartbreak

The excitement meter increased on Monday, July 12, as players in the 2010 World Series of Poker $10K No-Limit Hold’em Championship were brought together for the first time. After four separate Day 1 flights developed into two Day 2 fields, the...

WSOP Main Event Day 2B: Last of Split Field Finishes for Weekend

After Day 2A kicked off with a simple list of instructions and launch into action, Day 2B took a different path. It was the annual welcoming of Bruce Buffer, famed ring announcer and friend of Full Tilt Poker . The WSOP was kicked into gear by the...

WSOP Main Event Day 2A: Friday Field Halved as Play Continued

No frills. Sometimes, it’s simply important to get down to business, and the players who returned to the tables for Day 2A wanted nothing more than to go to work. Though action got underway a few minutes later than the noon-scheduled start, the...

WSOP Main Event Day 1D: Last Flight Gives Impressive Numbers

The people chosen to launch each day of the WSOP Main Event are unique and special to poker for a reason. Former champion Greg Raymer did the honors on Day 1A and Joe Cada took care of 1C, both of whom hold special places in poker history. Day 1B...

WSOP Main Event Day 1C: Third Flight Brings More Hopefuls

The tournament staff had a bit more to do to prepare for Day 1C than the two previous starting days. Registration showed a jump that could exceed 1,000 more players than 1A or 1B, meaning not only the Amazon Room had to be readied for a full crowd...

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The IRS Scores Big at 2015 WSOP ME Final Table

The IRS managed to snag 34.13 percent from the payouts of the 2015 November Nine, totaling $8,467,091.

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