Duhamel turns 23 years old in August and is the youngest player remaining.
Duhamel was born in Boucherville, Quebec (Canada).
Duhamel still lives in Boucherville, Quebec – which is in the Montreal area.
Duhamel lives in a condominium.
Duhamel is pronounced “Dew-ha-mel.”
Duhamel is fluent in both English and French languages.
Duhamel is a professional poker player. He mostly plays online.
Duhamel has been playing full-time for about two years. Before he transitioned successfully to poker playing, he worked off and on at a series of what he called “bad jobs”. Among those jobs was working in a factory.
Duhamel attended college at Universite du Quebec a Montreal, otherwise known as UQUAM. He majored in finance, but left school during his second year of studies.
Duhamel prefers to play cash games, rather than tournaments.
Duhamel had two cashes at this year’s WSOP. He finished 15th in the $2,500 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em tournament (Event #56). He also cashed in 50th place in the Six-Handed No-Limit Hold’em tournament (Event #16). His combined WSOP earnings prior to this event amounted to $43,000.
Duhamel has previously cashed in other tournaments, including the NAPT Caribbean Poker Adventure and the EPT championship at Prague. His best live tournament finish in a major tournament was 9th place at a tournament held in New York State, three years ago.