That walk Adam Levy got a few minutes ago proved to be the last pot he'd win at the 2010 WSOP Main Event. From the under-the-gun position, Levy moved all in for 3,945,000. Chip leader Jonathan Duhamel was next to act and called. Show them down, gents!
Levy had assembled quite a following on the rail, and they were dismayed to see what bad shape their man was in. Levy had a look on his face that seemed to say, "Well that figures," as he waited for ESPN to give the ok for a flop. When the flop finally did come, it didn't make things any better for Levy. was about as bad as they could come.
The crowd started pleading for a heart, knowing that card would give Levy the best chance on the river. The turn instead came , giving Levy a pair of kings and one last shot at cracking Duhamel's aces. But when the river blanked , another fan favorite was off to get paid.
Duhamel is back up to about 48 million in chips.