November Niner Jeremy Ausmus Wins 2013 WSOPE PLO Bracelet

November Niner Jeremy Ausmus Wins 2013 WSOPE PLO Bracelet 2012 November Niner Jeremy Ausmus has just won the World Series of Poker Europe €1650 Pot-Limit Omaha event, after beating a field of 184 players on his way to capturing a gold bracelet, and collecting the  €70,324 ($95,978) first place prize.
With his victory in Paris, Ausmus now takes his live career earnings to roughly $4.5 million, and talking later on what winning a WSOP bracelet meant to him, replied: ”
“It is a huge deal in this industry to have the bracelet. It is all about the bracelet, it is funny. I’m really, really glad to have a bracelet. I feel like I’ve done some things besides just make the (Main Event) final table. Some guys you just never hear from again and I think I’ve left my mark and now even more so.”
The €1650 Pot-Limit Omaha event was well-attended by a whole slew of notable pros to create a prize pool worth €270,480. Amongst those big names landing one of the 20 paid money spots was Fabrice Soulier in 17th (€3,532), Moshin Charania in 14th (€4,225), Tom Vedes in 13th (€€4,225), Dan Kelly in 11th (€5,131).
By the time the final table of nine got underway, Jeremy Ausmus was the big-stack at the table and after such players as Jonathan Little (7th – €10,102), Jason Mercier (4th – €23,036), and 2012 WSOP $10,000 PLO championship winner Jan-Peter Jachtmann (3rd – €31,367) were eliminated, Jeremy Ausmus would face formidable Finnish pro Juha Helppi heads-up for the title.
As the final battle commenced, Helppi held a 2-to-1 chip advantage over the US pro but Ausmus was soon able to overcome the deficit to claim the prestigious gold bracelet.
Final Table Payouts:
1 Jeremy Ausmus     $95,978
2 Juha Helppi             $59,288
3 Jan Peter Jachtmann     $42,810
4 Jason Mercier     $31,440
5 Martin Kozlov     $23,488
6 Michael Schwartz     $17,847
7 Jonathan Little     $13,627
8 Yohann Aube             $10,701
9 Ryan Chapman             $8,545

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