Jonathan Duhamel Poker Profile

Jonathan Duhamel is a member of the 2010 "November Nine" and will be the tournament chip leader when play resumes in November.

Jonathan Duhamel is from Boucherville, Quebec, Canada.

According to his profile on, Duhamel was born in 1987.

Jonathan Duhamel faced the same major decision that many young poker players have to deal with at some point in their careers - stay in school or make the leap to become a professional poker player? In Duhamel's case, he chose to become a professional poker player, putting his pursuit of a career in finance on hold. The move has obviously paid off, as Duhamel stands to make millions of dollars thanks to his final table appearance in the World Series of Poker main event.
Jonathan Duhamel as part of the November 9 at the 2010 WSOP

This will be the eighth "live" cash of Duhamel's career. Prior to his appearance at the World Series of Poker final table, Duhamel's largest ever cash came in the EPT Prague main event in 2008, where he ended up finishing in 10th place for $54,904. Duhamel's other five figure score came in the 2010 PCA main event, where he ended up finishing in 151st place for $17,500.

Prior to cashing in the main event, Duhamel had two other cashes at the 2010 World Series of Poker:

$2,500 NLHE, 15th, $37,276
$1,500 NLHE (6-Max), 50th, $5,724

Prior to his appearance at the "November Nine" final table, Duhamel had just under $120k in total lifetime tournament cashes. Now the young Canadian player has a chance to win nearly $9 million when the final table of the 2010 World Series of Poker main event resumes in November.

Jonathan Duhamel's appearance at the final table almost didn't happen, as he needed a suck-out against Matt Affleck to prevent himself from being crippled.

Jonathan Duhamel at the WSOP 2010 - With the hoodie on

Duhamel and Affleck were involved in a MASSIVE pot with just 15 players left that saw Duhamel add 42 million chips to his stack and Affleck depart the tournament heartbroken.

With the board reading 10d-9c-7h-Qd, the two players got their stacks into the middle of the table, forming a 42 million chip pot. Affleck turned over his pocket Aces while Duhamel flipped over his pocket Jacks.

The river? The Eight of Diamonds, giving Duhamel the straight and the MONSTER pot. Duhamel had managed to suck out, and Affleck was forced to depart the tournament area, wondering about what might have been.

Jonathan Duhamel will have a chance to make himself part of poker history when the WSOP final table resumes in November.


Update: Jonathan Duhamel Wins the 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event

Duhamel Wins the WSOP 2010 Main Event - Holding up the Bracelet

Source: - Jonathan Duhamel Profile

Photos: GreasieWheels

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Recent Twitter Updates from Jonathan Duhamel:

JonathanDuhamel (Jonathan Duhamel)
Posted: 376 days 12 hours 30 minutes ago

Après ma première victoire, je suis confiant avec mes lignes NHL sur @FantasyDraft ce soir!

JonathanDuhamel (Jonathan Duhamel)
Posted: 376 days 12 hours 31 minutes ago

After my first victory, I’m eager to play again with my NHL lineups on @FantasyDraft tonight!

JonathanDuhamel (Jonathan Duhamel)
Posted: 387 days 10 hours 53 minutes ago

Thank you Sir, trying to represent Quebec the best I can, means a lot to hear that! #learnfromthebest

JonathanDuhamel (Jonathan Duhamel)
Posted: 395 days 6 hours 36 minutes ago

A bit sad to not be representing my city @MTLNationals , but hella good memories from Las Vegas, let\'s go @LASMoneymakers !!! @CMONEYMAKER

JonathanDuhamel (Jonathan Duhamel)
Posted: 401 days 12 hours 39 minutes ago

Last day to enter in the FREE contest to win a VIP experience with Doug Gilmour or Tony Parker on @FantasyDraft!