Jeremy Ausmus Wins Venetian Main Event For $121kApril 30, 2013 1:25 pm
Jeremy Ausmus has won the 2013 Venetian Deep Stack Extravaganza II, after defeating a field of 222 players on his way to capturing the title, and collecting the $121,853 first place prize. With his latest victory in Las Vegas, the 2012 WSOP Main Event finalist now boosts his live poker earnings to $2,954,672.
Commenting later on his win via twitter, Ausmus wrote: “Thanks so much to everyone for all the congrats! So hard to win these things, feels pretty awesome! Man when I start running at expectation in tournaments my friends and family are really gonna think I suck all of the sudden.”
The $2,500 main event attracted a whole slew of pros to the competition to create a prize pool worth $507,714. Amongst the notable names securing a cash for themselves was Jeff Madsen in 22nd ($5,585), Thomas Marchese in 17th ($6,346), Darren Judges in 15th ($8,123), and Francis Rushak in 12th ($10,408).
By the time the final table of 10 had been reached, Andrew Mackenzie was way ahead as the chip leader, with Ausmus sitting in fourth place. Jeremy Ausmus then made his way past the star studded final table to go heads-up against fellow Las Vegas pro Ali Fazeli. Ausmus eventually managed to overcome his final competitor to claim his third career tournament title.
The final table payouts were as follows:
1 Jeremy Ausmus $121,853
2 Ali Fazeli $75,142
3 Ryan Welch $50,771
4 Andrew Mackenzie $36,048
5 Allyn Shulman $27,924
6 Rabinowitz $22,847
7 Edmond Barna $19,039
8 Jay Hong $15,993
9 Stephen Bokor $13,201
10 Stan Jablonski $10,408