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  • September 28, 2020

Levon Torosyan Scores $110,000 Win in Commerce Poker Series Main Event | Part 1

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(pokernews.com)- The pinnacle of the 2015 Borgata Poker Open – the World Poker Tour Main Event – is happening now, but prior to the cornerstone tournament numerous side events played out at Borgata in Atlantic City.
We’ve already told you about Federico Ottenio topping a massive field of 3,922 entrants to win the opening event for $325,127, as well as Chris Limo’s victory in the “Almighty Million” for $168,873. Now, a high-profile player has joined their ranks.
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Jonathan Duhamel, who of course won the 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event, topped a field of 287 entrants to win Event #14: $1,000 Six-Max No-Limit Hold’em for $70,990. The five-figure score is small by Duhamel’s standards – it’s his 17th-biggest cash – but it does mark his third win of the year. The first came back in January when he won the $5,000 Eight-Handed Event at thePokerStars Caribbean Adventure for $116,738, and the other was for nearly $4 million when he took down the WSOP $111,111 One Drop High Roller for his second gold bracelet.
Final Table Results

PlacePlayerPrize
1Jonathan Duhamel$70,990
2Denis Gnidash$42,176
3Allen Summerville$32,015
4Evan Shaughnessy$25,751
5Tanner Millen$20,183
6William Kakon$14,615
7Patrick Chan$11,136
8George Medrano$7,656
9Carl Leckner$4,176

 
Congratulations to Jonathan Duhamel, winner of the 2015 BPO Event #14: $1,000 Six-Max No-Limit Hold’em.
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