Canadians dominate the 2010 WSOP

The 2010 World Series of Poker has been great for Canadians. With all events except the main event complete, it total Canadians won 5 bracelets, 511 wsop cashes, and a total of $12,820,047 in prize money won, good for 2nd place overall. Complete standings by country here. This also does not include the 2 Canadian November 9 players: Jonathan Duhamel of Boucherville Quebec and Mathew Jarvis of Surrey British Columbia. Jonathan Duhamel goes into the final table as the chip leader with 65,975,000 and Matthew Jarvis is 5/9 with 16,700,000 chips. Pascal LeFrancois of Rosemere Quebec just bubbled the wsop main event final table busting out in 11th, while trying to win his second bracelet of the 2010 wsop.

The Canadians winning a bracelet in the 2010 World Series of Poker (WSOP) include:

Aadam Daya winning event #3 – $1000 NLH
Pascal LeFrancois winning event #8 – $1500 NLH
Miguel Proulx winning event #28 – $2500 PLO
Scott Montgomery winning event #36 – $1000 NLH
Gavin Smith winning event #44 – $2500 mixed event

Well done to all Canadians who played in the 2010 WSOP, you made us Canuck poker players proud. Good luck to Pascal and Matthew in the final, 1-2 finish… Ship it North!


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