The ultimate day of Event #23: $3,000 6-Handed Limit Hold’em on the 2022 World Series of Poker is over and Jeremy Ausmus completed first to take dwelling the highest prize of $142,147 and his fourth gold bracelet. He additionally joined an unique group of solely 64 others who’ve 4 WSOP bracelets and he’s now eligible for the WSOP Poker Corridor of Fame.
This occasion began with 213 complete entries for a complete prize pool of $568,710, and there have been simply 9 remaining on Day 3 to battle it out for the championship.
Occasion #23: $3,000 Restrict Maintain’em 6-Handed Ultimate Desk Payouts
|1||Jeremy Ausmus||United States||$142,147|
|2||Michael Rocco||United States||$87,854|
|3||Gabe Ramos||United States||$59,486|
|4||Zachary Grech||United States||$41,191|
|5||Mike Lancaster||United States||$29,185|
|6||Andrew Kelsall||United States||$21,170|
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Ausmus was second in chips to start out the day and had a powerful stack all through the day however the closing desk was unstable and there was a variety of forwards and backwards with chips. There have been a number of moments the place Ausmus was short-stacked and even all in earlier than he rose again as much as beat the Day 2 chip chief, Michael Rocco and win the occasion.
When speaking in regards to the huge swings he skilled on the ultimate desk, Ausmus mentioned, “It’s simply type of the character of restrict, properly poker basically however restrict particularly may be very aggressive with a variety of three-betting and elevating flops and elevating turns- it’s very unstable and irritating at instances. However then I simply ran good towards Rocco, who performs heads-up heaps, and the win feels good.”
Ultimate Desk Motion
9 gamers began the day and with Kevin Erickson getting knocked out early on and Shaun Deeb shortly after, they moved over to the unofficial seven-handed closing desk. Robert Como was the first one eliminated right here to make it six-handed.
Former bracelet winner, Andrew Kelsall was the next one to be sent to the rail and though Mike Lancaster hit quad aces on Ausmus, that wasn’t sufficient to maintain him in, and he exited the tournament in fifth place.
With no dinner break scheduled, the remaining 4 traded chips forwards and backwards for some time earlier than Zachary Grech busted out with a bad beat from Rocco’s runner-runner full house over the flush that Grech flopped.
The third place finish went to Gabe Ramos who unluckily was up with jacks towards Ausmus sluggish taking part in pocket aces.
Going into heads-up play, Ausmus had a slight chip lead over Rocco and, regardless of a number of swings, held it till he hit an enormous hand and soared to the lead with nearly all the chips in play. Rocco was left with 330,000 after one significantly unhealthy beat and the massive second got here on the subsequent hand when he obtained all of it in with ace-seven, and Ausmus took him out with king-five, hitting a straight on the river.
Congratulations to Jeremy Ausmus for profitable his fourth bracelet in Occasion #23: $3,000 Restrict Maintain-em 6-Handed!