The 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event would see Jonathan Duhamel become the first winner from Canada when he topped the 7,319-player field to collect the $8,944,310 first-place prize and the coveted WSOP bracelet.

Every episode from the 2010 WSOP Main Event is now available on PokerGO, while Day 1 action is available on YouTube for free.

The November Nine concept continued for a third year in the 2010 WSOP Main Event as Duhamel entered the four-month break holding the chip lead with 65,975,000 in chips. His nearest rival was John Dolan who bagged 46,250,000 in chips, but the biggest story at the final table was Michael Mizrachi (14,450,000) who won his first bracelet in the $50k Poker Player’s Championship. If Mizrachi could win the Main Event, he would be crowned the joint winner of the WSOP Player of the Year with Frank Kassela who picked up two bracelets in stud variants.

Also finding seats at the final table included Joseph Cheong and John Racener, while one of the stars of the Main Event coverage was Filippo Candio who looked to become just the fifth WSOP bracelet winner from Italy.

Watch your favorite players tumble to the rail, and defending champions and WSOP bracelet winners make deep runs. Watch all 27 episodes from the 2010 WSOP Main Event right now on PokerGO.

World Series of Poker Main Event coverage is available right now on PokerGO. Check out the WSOP Classic collection and watch the best moments from past Main Events including Johnny Chan’s quest for a third title, the meteoric rise of Chris Moneymaker, and Joe Cada setting the record as youngest champion.

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