The $25,400 buy-in event drew a field of 83 entrants who created a prize pool of $2,075,000 - more than double the original guaranteed prize pool. Jason Mercier topped a tough final table (David Peters, David "Doc" Sands, Barry Hutter, Sean Winter etc.) to lay hands on the $652,800 first-place prize. Mercier now has close to $16 million in live tournament earnings, which is good for a 10th-place spot on the all-time money list.
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