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2014 WSOP: Jared Jaffee Wins Event #58: No-Limit Hold'em Mixed Max!

Tags: 2014 WSOP, Jared Jaffee, Mike Watson, mixed max.
Posted on 03 July 2014 by "T".

1,475 players turned up for the $1,500 Mixed-Max event when it kicked off on Monday. After three long days of poker, long-time pro Jared Jaffe had all the chips in play after eliminating fellow American pro Mike Watson in second place. Jaffe received $405,428 in prize money and earned his first World Series of Poker gold bracelet!

Jaffee has been a regular at the WSOP for the past six years and this win marked his 11th WSOP cash and more than doubled his WSOP earnings. The 33-year-old poker pro from Brooklyn, New York, who took down WPT Jacksonville bestbet Fall Poker Scramble $3,500 No-Limit Hold'em Main Event in November last year, also moved one step closer to Poker's Triple Crown thanks to the victory in Event #58. Now, he "only" needs an EPT title to complete the triple crown!

Results from the egads-up portion of the $1,500 Mixed Max:

1st: Jared Jaffee - $405,428
2nd: Mike Watson - $246,068
3rd: Mark Herm - $126,882
4th: Joseph Alban - $126,882

 


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4 comments for "2014 WSOP: Jared Jaffee Wins Event #58: No-Limit Hold''em Mixed Max! "

 doubletop77703/07/2014 10:59:18 GMT
Well done to Jared Jaffee on winning this event and the four hundred thousand dollars first prize. I am surprised he hasn't won a bracelet before because he has been a top player for a while now
 klash2304/07/2014 12:50:10 GMT
That was a very healthy first place cash,$400,00 for three days work,can't complain with that.
I thought he had won a bracelet before as well but he hadn't though he has come close a few times. He did win a APT last year and also a WPT for quarter of a million dollars
 Macubaas05/07/2014 06:13:21 GMT
Congratulaitons to Jared, i think this event was also introduced this year as a novelty but i could be wrong...

Still, for such a low buy in the first prize was great so i guess it attracted a lot of players.

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