Jonathan Duhamel Net Worth, Career, Biography, Facts, Age, Life Story

Jonathan Duhamel is a Québécois poker professional best known as the winner of the Main Event at the 2010 World Series of Poker (WSOP) who has a net worth of $32 million dollars. Jonathan Duhamel was born on August 24, 1987, in Boucherville, Quebec. Duhamel defeated John Racener heads-up to secure the 2010 Main Event title, earning $8,944,310 and becoming the first Canadian player to capture the Main Event bracelet.

Duhamel is a fan of the Montreal Canadiens and elected to donate $100,000 of his winnings to the Montreal Canadiens Children’s Foundation, which is the largest individual donation ever made to the organization, after his win. In January 2011, Duhamel won the High Roller Event at the European Poker Tour Deauville for $272,209. Later that year, he cashed twice at the 2011 World Series of Poker for over $40,000 in earnings. In January 2012, Duhamel made four final tables at the PokerStars Caribbean Poker Adventure. He finished 4th of the Super High Roller Event after his elimination by the winner of the event Viktor Blom. On March 23, 2013, Duhamel finished in 3rd place to win $125,000 at Premier League Poker VI in London. As of 2013, his live tournament winnings exceed $12,000,000, the majority of which comes from his $8.9 million first place prize at the 2010 Main Event.

Net Worth:$32 Million
Date of Birth:Aug 24, 1987 (34 years old)