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2013 WSOPE: 2012 WSOP Main Event Finalist Jeremy Ausmus Wins Event #4!

Tags: 2012 october nine, 2013 wsope paris, Jason Mercier, Jeremy Ausmus, Juha Helppi.
Posted on 18 October 2013 by "T".

2012 October Niner Jeremy Ausmus (finished 5th for $2,155,313) is the champion of Event #4: €1,650 Pot-Limit Omaha after besting a field of 184 players over thee days of play.

Ausmus brought the second largest stack to the final table and stood tall as the champion after 199 hands (after defeating an extremely tough final table that included Juha Helppi and Jason Mercier) and received his first WSOP gold bracelet and €70,324!

It has been an incredible year for Jeremy Ausmus. He has scored top 10 finishes in bracelet events in Melbourne, New Orleans, Las Vegas, and now he finally captured gold in Paris!

"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," Ausmus said.  "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."

Final table results:
1st - Jeremy Ausmus - €70,324
2nd - Juha Helppi - €43,441
3rd - Jan-Peter Jachtmann - €31,367
4th - Jason Mercier - €23,036
5th - Martin Kozlov - €17,210
6th - Michael Schwartz - €13,077


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5 comments on "2013 WSOPE: 2012 WSOP Main Event Finalist Jeremy Ausmus Wins Event #4!"

 noonlion18/10/2013 10:40:08 GMT
It always amazes me when these players go on runs like this guy. Confidence must be through the roof which improves reading and decision making.
 Heskor18/10/2013 16:43:37 GMT
Wow it is so refreshing to hear news about new guys winnings, this shows that poker is getting hard but if you have the will and work for it, you can still achieve something.

Just look around at all those new guys coming out of the shadows every years, it shows that poker is still a profitable game.

Also he won this event by beating Mercier and Juha, two fearsome players, congratulations again to him, hope he continue with this and we hear more from him in the future!!
 Macubaas20/10/2013 07:46:53 GMT
I really thought Juha will take this since he has tons of live experience and was chip leader but it seems once again he couldn't take the first place...

I guess the only consolation for him was that the first prize was not too big. Even a msmall prize is okay if you get a bracelet i guess.
 demodawggy20/10/2013 17:03:51 GMT
I guess to a successful long time player,...the bracelet is what they're really after! Just consider Phil Helmuth. When you see him talk about the issue, know he has a hunger to increase his bracelet count, because he already has the cash by the barrel full... By the time you get to THAT level it's more about the ego, and to secure yourself a place in the record books!

Now the newcomer might want the bracelet,....but I'm sure it's the cash they probably want more,....and with continued successful play,....the name will come along with that.

Nice to see the fresh blood score a win! Dollar Thumbs Up
 doubletop77713/11/2013 11:21:46 GMT
These top poker players ability never ceases to amaze me. They seem to be so adaptable to all forms of poker. Jeremy Ausmus, Jason Mercier and Juha Helppi are top top no limit hold em players and to be just as good at Pot Limit Omaha is unbelievable

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