Jared "dareyou2call" Jaffee Wins WPT Jacksonville Fall Poker Scramble

Jared "dareyou2call" Jaffee Wins WPT Jacksonville Fall Poker Scramble Jared Todd Jaffee has won the World Poker Tour bestbet Jacksonville Fall Poker Scramble Main Event, after besting a field of 358 players over five days on his way to collecting a coveted WPT title, as well as the $252,749 first place prize.
The US pro now boasts $1,365,216 in live tournament winnings, to go with the $811,768 he has won online playing under the screen name “dareyou2call.” Following his latest victory in Florida, Jared Jaffee commented:
“I felt pretty good all day. I was hoping of getting heads-up and have a bit of a chip-lead but we were pretty much neck in neck there so I didn’t love that. I thought that if the cards worked out for me, then I wouldn’t have much of a problem..I’m just going to keep playing and try to win another one.”
The $3,500 tournament attracted a good-sized field to create a prize pool worth $1,145,600. Amongst the notable names then booking a cash place but falling short of a final table appearance was Jaacob Bazely in 18th ($12,093), Jeff Madsen in 15th ($14,127), Matt Glantz in 12th ($17,292), David Diaz in 9th ($23,734) and Ryan Eriquezzo in 8th ($31,646).
After the final table was reached, Jared Jaffee was in pole position as the chipleader and subsequently eliminated Johnny Price in 6th ($47,468), and Corrie Wunstel in 5th ($59,335), before Blake Purvis did likewise to last woman standing Margo Costa in 4th ($79,114), and Michael Horchoff in 3rd ($106,904), to usher in the heads-up phase of the competition.
As the final battle commenced the two players were fairly even in chips and just 40 hands later the defining hand was played with Purvis (Ah-As) and Jaffee (4h-2h) all-in on a Jd-Jh-6h flop. The turn and river subsequently produced a 6c and Qh to consign Blake Purvis to a runner-up finish worth $166,139, while Jared Jaffee was awarded the WPT title.
Following his victory, when asked if his win was ever in doubt, Jaffee replied: “Yeah, when he turned over aces and I had to hit a heart there.”
Final Table Results:
1st: Jared Jaffee – $252,749
2nd: Blake Purvis – $166,139
3rd: Michael Horchoff – $106,904
4th: Margo Costa  -$79,114
5th: Corrie Wunstel – $59,335
6th: Johnny Price – $47,468

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