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Updated: 28th May 2012 Written by / Poker News

Prop Bets are very common amongst top Poker Pros, this year one of the biggest prop bets at the WSOP 2010 is on Tom Dwan "Durrrr" not winning a 2010 WSOP bracelet. Many pros including Mike Matusow (Durrrr's Full Tilt Poker team mate) and Daniel Negreanu Poker Stars had placed large bets on this, an estimated $9 million in bets.

When Durrrr made the final table of the WSOP event #11 there was a bit of tension at the Rio Casino with many players hoping that Tom Dwan would not succeed. The fear of losing millions grew stronger as Durrrr was heads-up with New Zealand player Simon Watt.

durrrr full tilt pokerLucky for some, Simon Watt managed to beat Tom Dwan on Monday morning, Simon Watt is the first ever New Zealand poker player to win a WSOP bracelet. Durrrr would have won his first bracelet in a World Series of Poker event and a huge payout in prop bets worth way more than his actual WSOP earnings.

Simon Watt vs Tom Dwan final hand, Watt beats Durrrr (Hellmuth Style) with pocket nines.

Durrrr shoved all-in pre-flop with Qd 6c
Simon Watt calls with 9d 9c
Flop 8c Ac As
Turn Ad
River Kh

Simon Watt wins Event #11 with a Full House.

2010 WSOP Event #11: No Limit Holdem Final table results

Buy-in: $1,500
Prize Pool: $3,460,050
Entrants: 2,563 players

  1. Simon Watt - $614,248 (New Zealand)
  2. Tom Dwan - $381,885 (United States)
  3. David Randall - $270,299 (United States)
  4. Austin McCormick - $194,939 (United States)
  5. Jason Young - $142,346 (United States)
  6. Michael Smith - $105,185 (United States)
  7. Marvin Rettenmaier $78,681 (Germany)
  8. Kyle Winter - $59,547 (United States)
  9. Eric Ladny - $45,603 (United States)
  10. Nicholas Phillips - $35,327  (United States)

Durrrr Prop Bet WSOP 2010

Mike Matusow commented on Simon Watt's win "Thank you for saving us all millions of dollars! How does it feel to be every high-stakes gambler's hero? They're gonna, like, put you on the wall in Bobby's Room."

PokerStars Daniel Negreanu said  "Congrats to Tom Dwan! We were all rooting for you... to come second! Wow, I escaped. What a sweat that was."

World Series of Poker 2010 Schedule

WSOP 2010 Final Table Results

WSOP 2010 Event #1: Casino Employees No Limit Holdem
Buy-in: $500
Prize pool: $324,450
Entrant: 721 players

  1. Hoai Pham - $71,424 (United States)
  2. Arthur Vea - $44,079 (United States)
  3. Christopher Reider - $28,655 (United States)
  4. Matthew Hollinger - $21,047 (United States)
  5. Patrick Silvey - $15,677 (United States)
  6. Kent Washington - $11,829 (United States)
  7. David Villegas - $9,029 (United States)
  8. Jeffrey Bennett - $6,969 (United States)
  9. Yuta Motoyama - $5,434 (United States)
  10. Jonathan Kotula - $4,273 (United States)

Event #2: The Poker Players Championship
buy-in: $50,000
Prize pool: $5,568,000
Entrants: 116

  1. Michael Mizrachi - $1,559,046 (United States)
  2. Vladimir Schmelev - $963,375 (Russia)
  3. David Oppenheim - $603,348 (United States)
  4. John Juanda - $436,865 (United States)
  5. Robert Mizrachi - $341,429 (United States)
  6. David Baker - $272,275 (United States)
  7. Daniel Alaei - $221,105 (United States)
  8. Mikael Thuritz - $182,463 (United States)
  9. Nick Schulman - $152,730 (United States)
  10. Alexander Kostritsyn - $152,730 (Russia)

Event #3: No Limit Holdem
buy-in: $1,000
Prizepool: $3,910,500
Entrants: 4,345

  1. Aadam Daya - $625,872 (Canada)
  2. Deepak Bhatti - $385,106 (United States)
  3. Gabe Costner - $279,327 (United States)
  4. William Mark Davis - $206,904 (United States)
  5. Nicholas Mitchell - $154,425 (United States)
  6. Cory Brown - $116,141 (United States)
  7. Isaac Settle - $88,025 (United States)
  8. Dash Dudley - $67,221 (United States)
  9. Rich Rice - $51,735 (United States)
  10. Irving Rice - $40,121 (United States)

Event #4: Omaha Hi/Low Split 8 or Better
Buy-in: $1,500
Prize pool: $1,104,300
Entrants: 818 players

  1. Michael Chow - $237,140 (United States)
  2. Dan Heimiller - $146,505 (United States)
  3. Ylon Schwartz - $94,561 (United States)
  4. Fred Koubi - $69,272 (United States)
  5. Scott Epstein - $51,493 (United States)
  6. Michael Cipolla $38,794 (United States)
  7. Sasha Rosewood $29,584 (United States)
  8. Joe Leibman - $22,825 (United States)
  9. Todd Barlow - $17,801 (United States)
  10. James Mcwhorter - $14,046 (United States)

Event #5: No Limit Hold em
Buy-in: $1,500
Prize pool: $2,824,200
Entrants: 2,092

  1. Praz Bansi - $515,501 (United Kingdom)
  2. Vincent Jacques - $320,913 (Canada)
  3. Calvin Kordus - $223,069 (United States)
  4. David Tuthill - $160,650 (United States)
  5. Tomer Berda - $117,416 (United States)
  6. Donald Offord - $86,858 (United States)
  7. Hugh Bell - $65,097 (Dominican Republic)
  8. David Sands - $67,221(United States)
  9. Kyle Knecht - $37,943 (United States)
  10. Santiago Nadal - $29,795 (Mexico)

Event #6: No Limit Hold em (Shootout)
Buy-in: $5,000
Prize pool: $1,682,600
Entrants: 358 players

  1. Joshua Tieman - $441,692 (United States)
  2. Neil Channing - $273,153 (United Kingdom)
  3. Stuart Rutter - $179,617 (United Kingdom)
  4. Joseph Elpayaa - $125,387 (United States)
  5. Nicolas Levi - $92,543 (United Kingdom)
  6. Brent Hanks - $71,998 (United States)
  7. Cary Katz - $16,607 (United States)
  8. Julien Nuijten $16,607 (Netherlands)
  9. Danny Estes - $16,607 (United States)
  10. Benjamin May - $16,607 (United States)

Event #7: 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball
Buy-in: $2,500
Prize pool: $669,300
Entrants: 291 players

  1. Peter Gelencser - $180,730 (Hungary)
  2. Raphael Zimmerman - $111,686 (United States)
  3. Don Mcnamara - $73,803 (United States)
  4. David Chiu - $50,157 (United States)
  5. Jameson Painter - $34,843 (United States)
  6. Leonard Martin - $24,723 (United States)
  7. Shunjiro Uchida - $17,903 (United States)
  8. Tad Jurgens - $17,903 (United States)
  9. Farzad Bonyadi - $13,232 (United States)
  10. Pat Poels - $13,232 (United States)

Event #8: No Limit Hold em
Buy-in: $1,500
Prize pool: $3,160,350
Entrants: 2,341 players

  1. Pascal LeFrancois - $568,974 (Canada)
  2. Max Steinberg - $352,916 (United States)
  3. Kevin Howe - $249,351 (United Kingdom)
  4. Daniel Wjuniski - $179,286 (Brazil)
  5. David Aue - $130,617 (United States)
  6. James Andersen $96,422 (Australia)
  7. Kurt Disessa - $72,087 (United States)
  8. Joshua Brikis - $54,579 (United States)
  9. Saar Wilf - $41,843 (Israel)
  10. Joe Gatmaitan - $32,456 (United States)

Event #9: Pot Limit Holdem
Buy-in: $1,500
Prize pool: $877,500
Entrants: 650 players

  1. James Dempsey - $197,470 (United Kingdom)
  2. Steve Chanthabouasy - $121,963 (United States)
  3. JJ  Liu - $86,512 (United States)
  4. Mark Babekov - $62,232 (United States)
  5. Scott Haraden - $45,393 (United States)
  6. Armen Kara - $33,573 (United States)
  7. Joseph Williams - $25,166 (Canada)
  8. Edward Brogdon $19,120 (United States)
  9. Gregg Wilkerson $14,715 (United States)
  10. Julie Farkas - $11,468 (United States)

Event #10: 7 Card Stud World Championship
Buy-in: $10,000
Prize pool: $1,410,000
Entrants: 150 players

  1. Men Nguyen - $394,807 (United States)
  2. Brandon Adams - $243,958 (United States)
  3. Steve Billirakis - $152,787 (United States)
  4. Nikolay Evdakov - $110,628 (Russia)
  5. Joe Cassidy - $86,461 (United States)
  6. Michael Mizrachi - $68,949 (United States)
  7. Vladimir Schmelev - $55,991 (Russia)
  8. Sirious Jamshidi - $46,205 (United States)
  9. Dan Heimiller - $38,676 (United States)
  10. Todd Barlow - $38,676 (United States)

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