2010 World Series of Poker Final Table – Your November Nine Are...

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2010 WSOP Final Table


The 2010 World Series of Poker final table whas been determined going deep into the early morning hours and nine players will each walk off with around a cool million dollars and upwards to $8.9 million for the winner.  The only drawback is the wait.  The final table now takes place in November on a date to be determined.  Your November Nine are...

[Canada] Jonathan Duhamel

Jonathan Duhamel qualified for the 2010 WSOP through PokerStars.com.  He comes to us from Boucherville, Quebec and is one of two players in the top 10 from that province. 

[United States] John Racener

Racener, who comes to us from port Richey, Florida, has won over a million dollars in live poker tournaments to date.

The 22-year-old overcame a 2-1 heads-up chip disadvantage to win the championship event of the WSOP Circuit championship event at Harrah’s Atlantic City.

“I needed the money because I don’t work,” he exulted after his win at Harrah's Atlantic City. Racener started off his pro career spectacularly, celebrating his 21st birthday by finishing third and collecting $103,527 in the championship event here last year, according to Poker Pages.

Racener can sometimes be seen sporting a porcupine hairdo.

[United States] Joseph Cheong

Joseph Cheong of La Mirada, California, who may not be very well known but he certainly provided a great deal of excitement on Friday with his huge fall from the top and subsequent rebound.  Cheong for a while looked as if he would be eliminated. 

[United States] John Dolan

[Canada] Matthew Jarvis The British Columbia native’s highest finish to date in a live poker tournament was in 2008 at the Pacific Poker Shootout, where he came in 3rd place. 

[United States] Soi Nguyen

[United States] Jason Senti

[Italy] Filippo Candio Candio has been sponsored by PokerStars for a few years, but changed his colors before the Main Event and was seen sporting Full Tilt patches during his deep run.  He is from Cagliari, Italy.

[United States] Michael Mizrachi Michael Mizrachi is perhaps the best known player coming to the final table. 

Mizrachi was profiled on Gambling911.com and elsewhere for going into foreclosure and having a $300,000 plus tax lien placed on him by the IRS just a few months back.  Since that time, Mizrachi has won nearly $2 million. 

“The Grinder”, as he is known, has cashed out in 86 events overall and has won more than $8.6 million in career live poker tournaments. 

His three other brothers all cashed at this year’s WSOP.

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Ace King, Gambling911.com