Every tournament has a fair share of crazy hands. Whether it’s kings beating aces, runner-runner outdraws on the bubble, or an improbable beat as the final table approaches. During the 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event, not only were these crazy hands caught on camera, but they were for some of the biggest pots in the tournament in the final few days of play.

The 2010 WSOP Main Event takes center stage on this week’s Top 5 Hands – and what a year for action!

Jonathan Duhamel became the first WSOP Main Event winner for Canada when he topped the 7,319-player field to win over $8.94 million in first-place money. If it wasn’t for two massive hands that vaulted him the up the leaderboard, there easily could have been another player heading home with the Main Event title.

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

Third-place finisher Joseph Cheong also plays two of the most crazy hands from that year. Unfortunately for Cheong, he was on the losing end for both. Fourth-place finisher Filippo Candio is on the winning end of one of those hands with Cheong, while Matthew Jarvis and Michael Mizrachi play an all-in preflop hand that rides a roller coaster of emotions for both players.

You know the hands, but where do they rank? Watch 2010 WSOP Main Event – Top 5 Hands | World Series of Poker now on Poker Central’s YouTube channel and see if you agree.

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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