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Event #57: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em Championship

Final Table by the Numbers


For all you math people out there and stat freaks, PokerNews took some time to crunch some numbers for the final table. There were a couple hands were the action was unknown, but other than that, these numbers should be fairly accurate and help you get a scope of how the final table played out from nine players down to two. There were a total of 219 hands played before heads-up play was reached.

PlayerHands PlayedVPIPPFR %PF 3B %PF 4B %
Jason Senti11622.41%14.66%1.72%0.86%
Joseph Cheong21934.25%20.55%5.02%2.28%
John Dolan12914.73%11.63%2.33%0%
Jonathan Duhamel21930.14%20.55%6.85%0%
Michael Mizrachi18526.49%12.43%3.24%1.62%
Matthew Jarvis4327.91%13.95%11.63%0%
John Racener21923.29%13.7%4.11%0%
Filippo Candio18812.23%6.91%2.66%1.6%
Soi Nguyen2814.29%10.71%0%0%

Some other interesting facts and numbers about the final table are as follows:

  • Senti was all in four times during the first 14 hands of play.
  • Senti was all in a total of nine times before finally busting out on his tenth all in.
  • Mizrachi didn't play his first hand until the 16th hand of action.
  • The first walk was on the 58th hand.
  • The first limp was on the 72nd hand.
  • Racener's first three-bet wasn't until the 90th hand.

Either Jonathan Duhamel or John Racener will be walking away with the most coveted title in poker, the WSOP Main Event championship bracelet and $8,944,310! To put that number into perspective, just check out the table below.

WSOP Main EventTBD$8,944,310
Indianapolis 500Dario Franchitti$2,750,000
Daytona 500Jamie McMurray$1,514,649
US Open (Tennis)Rafael Nadal$1,700,000
US Open (Golf)Graeme McDowell$1,350,000

If you take the time add up those numbers for the prizes won by Franchitti, McMurrary, Nadal and McDowell, you'll come up with $7,314,649. That's $1,629,661 less than the number for the 2010 WSOP Main Event champion. In order to help you get a bit of a grasp on how much money that is really is for the winner, check out Rich Ryan's article.

Tags: John RacenerJonathan DuhamelRich Ryan