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(pokernews.com) – Day 34 of the 2015 World Series of Poker saw the conclusion of the summer’s biggest buy-in event, the $111,111 High Roller for ONE DROP, which was won by a familiar face.
On Monday, 46 players returned for Day 2 action in the 2015 World Series of Poker $111,111 High Roller for ONE DROP, a tournament that attracted 135 players and created a $14,249,925 prize pool and raised more than $750,000 for charity.
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In the end, 2010 WSOP Main Event champ and longtime ONE DROP supporter Jonathan Duhamel topped the elite field to capture his second gold bracelet and the accompanying $3,989,985 first-place prize.
Final Table Results
|1||Jonathan Duhamel||Boucherville, QC, Canada||$3,989,985|
|2||Bill Klein||Laguna Hills, CA||$2,465,522|
|3||Daniel Colman||Holden, MA||$1,544,121|
|4||Ben Sulsky||Brewster, MA||$1,118,049|
|5||Daniel Perper||Highland Park, IL||$873,805|
|6||Phil Hellmuth||Palo Alto, CA||$696,821|
|7||Anthony Zinno||Boston, MA||$565,864|
|8||Sergey Lebedev||Troitsk, Russia||$466,970|
|9||Andrew Lichtenberger||Las Vegas, NV||$390,875|
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