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As the final table of six neared, 2010 WSOP Main Event champion Jonathan Duhamel played a big pot that saw him take the chip lead, making it Wednesday’s 888 Hand of the Day.
There were 11 players remaining at the final two tables with blinds at 1,000/2,000 playing pot-limit Omaha. Arnaud Esquevin came in with a raise under the gun preflop and Duhamel looked down at the .
“This hand plays well in position, so I was happy to just call and see a flop,” Duhamel toldPokerNews. “I was thinking about three betting, but if I do that he has room to four-bet shove. So I would rather just call and see a flop.” Read More