Jonathan Duhamel Wins 2015 WSOPE High Roller

Last night in Berlin, Jonathan Duhamel took down the 2015 WSOPE High Roller title and his third WSOP bracelet.

Duhamel, who won the WSOP Main Event in 2010 for nearly $9 million, earned €554,395 for his most recent tournament win. It was yet another big score for the Canadian pro this year, who also took down the $111,111 One Drop High Roller in June for ~$4 million.

As expected, the €25,600 buy-in High Roller final table was filled with elite tournament pros like Christoph "Tight-Man1" Vogelsang, Mustapha Kanit and Davidi Kitai.

Eventually it came down between Duhamel and Kitai. The final hand saw Kitai shove the small blind with and Duhamel call with . The Belgian was in bad shape and the board didn't change anything, giving Duhamel the title and bracelet.

After this win, Duhamel has now nearly $17 million in total live tournament cashes.

Final Result - 2015 WSOPE High Roller

1st place: Jonathan Duhamel (Germany) - €554,395
2nd place: Davidi Kitai (Belgium) - €342,620
3rd place: Mustapha Kanit (Italy) - €227,145
4th place: Sam Chartier (Canada) - €160,775
5th place: Christoph Vogelsang (Germany) - €121,020
6th place: Fedor Holz (Germany) - €96,625
7th place: Timothy Adams (Canada) - €81,420

The 2015 WSOPE is ready to culminate today after the Main Event final table kicks off.

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