Jared Bleznick grabbed headlines as the poker player who beat heavy weights like Isaac Haxton and Stephen Chidwick to take down the maiden Super High Roller Bowl: Pot-Limit Omaha (PLO) title. The American poker player took a pay cheque of $1,292,000 (his best live score). The three-handed play between Bleznick, Haxton and the English player lasted for over six-hours and finally a winner emerged from a player field of 38.
Jared Bleznick (@harrington25) ripped some packs and took on some robots on his way to the PLO Super High Roller Bowl Title.
— PokerGO (@PokerGO) October 19, 2023
This event had a gigantic buy-in of $100K which saw the prize pool bloat to $3,800,000. The first-ever SHRB: PLO final table saw participants like Chino Rheem, Isaac Kempton, Aaron Katz, and Frank Crivello.
Rheem who made quite the splash at the 2023 edition of Poker Masters was the first casualty on the final table. This SHRB PLO heads-up was pretty interesting given the fact that Haxton was recently crowned as the Super High Roller Bowl VIII winner.
To ship another SHRB title would mean Haxton’s incredible run was uninterrupted. But sadly that did not happen and he ended up being the runner-up for $836,000.
Coming to the newly crowned SHRB PLO champ, Bleznick, this player is also known by his nicknames like ‘Harrington10’ and ‘Harrington25’ in the circuit. With $4,007,421 as his total live earnings (as of October 2023), this player is steadily climbing the popularity ladder.
Bleznick has a GPI rank of 3,799 and was last seen in the PokerGO Tour – PGT Mixed Games II, Las Vegas, $10,000 + 200 Triple Draw Mix (Event #7). Here, the player finished 8th for a sum of $20,400.
With the 460th rank in the All Time Money List, and 32nd on the New York Money List, one wonders about Jared Bleznick net worth. Let us take a look at it.
Bleznick’s first recorded cash as per Hendon Mob came in the year 2006 and this American has majorly stuck to playing in the World Series of Poker (WSOP) events. In the biggest poker series in the universe, Jared Bleznick poker recorded his second best live cash from the WSOP $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha (Event #61). Here, the New York resident finished runner-up for a prize money worth $526,625.
We don’t have the exact figure about Bleznick’s net worth, but this player is known to play high stakes and is into big money. Never mind the allegations of multi-accounting, Bleznick knows how to stay in the headlines be it with his wins or controversies.
Bleznick is 35 years old. But more than Jared Bleznick age, the player is known for his antics in the SHRB PLO game. Bleznick did something unusual at the maiden SHRB: PLO game. He used his time extension chips to open a sports card box. Not everyone on the table was amused with Bleznick’s antics.
What Bleznick does in the coming future, remains a mystery, but we will surely keep a track of Bleznick poker, be it live poker, online or table antics.
With a Masters Degree in Journalism and Communication, Mrinal Gujare currently is cruising through an exciting genre of writing and editing at Gutshot Magazine. Apart from being an Editor, Mrinal is an avid reader and a former contemporary dancer. She is also perennially hungry for intriguing scoops from across the globe. No holds barred is the rule Mrinal follows in life.
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