The most anticipated 2010 WSOP Main Event action heats up the exciting world of gambling. For sure, your favorite online casinos had great features of this great event, but in case you missed it, here are the official figures and popular players, which by the fall.
The Main Event Official figures:
Prize Pool: $ 68,798,600
First Place Prize: $ 8,944,138
28th Began in May 2010, the most prominent 2010 WSOP event. According to our poker tournaments, WSOP 2010 Main Event, the second-largest live poker tournament was always and in any case its total prize sum Pook was also the second largest in the history of poker.
The tournament will scale its competitive advantage with the 150 former bracelet winners and 18 World Cup earlier present.
The Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino just field with participants from 117 different nations around the world in 2010 with the 41st Running to compete in the World Series of Poker.
Finally, after a tiring 78 hours poker during eight days of intense play and clever twists, the last nine had finally invented. Surprisingly, just an amateur in the line. Soi Nguyen went up to the November Nine, the only uncharacteristic for 37-year-olds, and the only amateur among the nine.
Following are the players who made it to the finals in:
Filippo Candio turned 26 years old this March 2010 and from Sardinia.He’s the first Italian player who made it in the WSOP Main Event final table. Candio has only one former WSOP in-the-money finish. He cashed in the 157th In the $ 1,500 No-Limit Hold’em tournament (Event # 11) this year.
Joseph Cheong, 24 years old, made only in the last list.Cheong won a WSOP Circuit gold ring at Harrah’s Rincon (San Diego) in April. He put $ 17,541 for first place. This was his third lift Cheong and mark time at the WSOP in Las Vegas.Cheong pay 19 tournaments entered this year. He cashed in two events, 24 and 29 Place in two Six-Handed No-Limit Hold’em tournaments.
Dolan is a professional poker player and got great record.He was 24, born in New Jersey. Dolan won a tournament at last year’s Winter Bayou Poker Challenge-at Harrah’s New Orleans, which is classified as a WSOP Satellite Event. He won the $ 1,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em event and collected $ 31,874. Dolan total tournament winnings totaling more than $ 200,000, not counting his finish in this year’s main event.
Duhamel is the youngest player left turn just 23 in August this year. He was born in Boucherville, Quebec (Canada). Duhamel prefer to play cash games instead tournaments.Duhamel had two cash at this year’s WSOP. He finished in the 15th $ 2,500 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em tournament (Event # 56). He has also in the 50th Place in the Six-Handed No-Limit Hold’em tournament (Event # 16) redeemed. His combined WSOP earnings before this event was $ 43,000.
Matthew Jarvis was born in Richmond, Brittish Columbia (Canada). For two years he has been playing poker seriously. He had a big breakthrough when he cashed in some big online tournaments. His biggest win to date is a little over $ 100,000. If Jarvis wins, he would be the first Canadian World Poker champion.Jarvis goes into the Main Event final table fifth in chips from nine players become.
Michael Mizrachi was born in North Miami Beach, Florida.According official record, Mizrachi now has 23 funds, six final tables, and a victory. His career WSOP earnings now total $ 2,271,327. Mizrachi is in the Main Event final table seventh in chips out of nine players.
Nguyen was born in Saigon, South Vietnam.Nguyen previously redeemed at last year’s LA Poker Classic. He has no other large grants cashes.Incredibly, Nguyen that he actually played very little poker – either live or on-line casinos.Nguyen goes into the Main Event final table eighth in chips out of nine players.
Racener born in Dunedin, Florida.Racener is now a professional poker player. Racener won the WSOP Circuit Championship Main Event at Harrah’s Atlantic City. First place paid $ 379,392 he has $ 701,165 in combined World Series of Poker and WSOP Circuit result -. Not counting his cash in the main event.
Racener going into the Main Event final table fourth in chips from nine players.
Senti born and raised in Grand Forks, North Dakota.Senti pronounced cent eye.Senti has a previous WSOP in-the-money finish. He made it into the third round of the $ 10,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em Heads-Up Championship (Event # 29). His finish paid $ 17,987.