For all you math people out there and stat freaks, PokerNews took some time to crunch some numbers for the final table. There were a couple hands were the action was unknown, but other than that, these numbers should be fairly accurate and help you get a scope of how the final table played out from nine players down to two. There were a total of 219 hands played before heads-up play was reached.
|Player||Hands Played||VPIP||PFR %||PF 3B %||PF 4B %|
Some other interesting facts and numbers about the final table are as follows:
- Senti was all in four times during the first 14 hands of play.
- Senti was all in a total of nine times before finally busting out on his tenth all in.
- Mizrachi didn't play his first hand until the 16th hand of action.
- The first walk was on the 58th hand.
- The first limp was on the 72nd hand.
- Racener's first three-bet wasn't until the 90th hand.
Either Jonathan Duhamel or John Racener will be walking away with the most coveted title in poker, the WSOP Main Event championship bracelet and $8,944,310! To put that number into perspective, just check out the table below.
|WSOP Main Event||TBD||$8,944,310|
|Indianapolis 500||Dario Franchitti||$2,750,000|
|Daytona 500||Jamie McMurray||$1,514,649|
|US Open (Tennis)||Rafael Nadal||$1,700,000|
|US Open (Golf)||Graeme McDowell||$1,350,000|
If you take the time add up those numbers for the prizes won by Franchitti, McMurrary, Nadal and McDowell, you'll come up with $7,314,649. That's $1,629,661 less than the number for the 2010 WSOP Main Event champion. In order to help you get a bit of a grasp on how much money that is really is for the winner, check out Rich Ryan's article.