Michael Mizrachi, the highest profile pro among the 2010 November Nine, is the fifth player eliminated from the WSOP final table. Mizrachi will receive $2,332,992 for placing 5th — a tidy sum, to be sure, but not enough to help him overtake Phil Ivey on the all-time money list. In the hand that saw him out, Mizrachi’s pair of Queens was done in by Jonathan Duhamel’s pocket Aces.
Duhamel has regained the chip-leading position in which he began the day, currently sitting at 91,950,000. Joseph Cheong is second with 79,650,000, while John Racener and Filippo Candio trail with 26,150,000 and 21,550,000 respectively.