During the same conference also LHC's experiments presented their first results, analyzed in about one month! And the conclusion seems un-huppy for Tevatron: the Fermilab's particle accelerator has only one chance to find Higgs boson before LHC. Why? We can simply see the following plots presented by ATLAS and CMS (via Résonaances, Tommaso Dorigo):
The two european experiments presented only a little region around 115 GeV/c2, the Tevatron's region, to 140 GeV/c2. The data from this region are probably analized and published before the end of the year, so we must wait only some months to know if Tevatron could found Higgs or not(1).
Tomasso examined in details some CMS preprint in which they are studied a lot of Higgs production channels, and also Philip Gibbs write a great summary about LHC presentations, who realize a great conclusion plot: