Canadian in World Series of Poker finals

Jonathan Duhamel could become first Canuck to win the international title


Jonathan Duhamel, a 23-year-old from Boucherville, Que., is poised to become the first Canadian to win the World Series of Poker title. Going into the final round, Duhamel holds a 6-1 chip advantage against Florida’s John Racener. The prize for first place is $8.9 million, and second is $5.55 million.

Toronto Star

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