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WSOP 2021: Jeremy Ausmus Snatches Bracelet Away From Hellmuth and Negreanu  Poker
Donna Amo
Posted on 22 Nov, 2021
By Donna Amo
On 22 Nov, 2021
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By Donna Amo
On 22 Nov, 2021
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WSOP 2021: Jeremy Ausmus Snatches Bracelet Away From Hellmuth and Negreanu 


Jeremy Ausmus was on a career-high as he added a third World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet to his belt. It was after an intense grind in Event #84: $50,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller that Ausmus emerged victorious. With a cash prize of $1,188,918 and a final table, he’ll never forget, Ausmus was the man of the hour after his big win.

The poker pro battled his way through a sea of 85 players which included names like Adam Hendrix, Dan Smith, Chance Kornuth, Scott Seiver, Dan Cates, Ole Schemion, Ka Kwan Lau, and poker legends Daniel Negreanu and Phil Hellmuth. The prize pool generated was a whopping $4,069,375.

Ausmus ended up in the final table with Negreanu and Hellmuth, who were looking to add another bracelet to their collection. For the most part of the final table, poker fans were anticipating a heads up battle between the two poker icons. Turns out, Ausmus had other plans as he defeated both these legends and clinched the prestigious gold bracelet.

Final Table Results:

  1. Jeremy Ausmus (United States) – $1,188,918
  2. Phil Hellmuth (United States) – $734,807
  3. Daniel Negreanu (Canada) – $519,764
  4. Alexander Petersen (Denmark) $376,376
  5. Laszlo Bujtas (Hungary) – $279,168
  6. Jared Bleznick (United States) – $212,223
  7. Josh Arieh (United States) – $165,452
  8. Ben Lamb (United States) – $132,370
  9. Veselin Karakitukov (Bulgaria) – $108,753

This event was significant, as it was Phil Hellmuth’s seventh final table finish in WSOP 2021. This is the highest number of times a player has finished on the final table in a series, a record previously held by An Tran in 1992. Hellmuth was also aiming to win his 17th bracelet but sadly could not make it and finished in second place.

“It feels really good. My first bracelet was in Europe, outside of Paris, so until this year I had never won a bracelet here at Rio. I’d had a lot of deep runs, so it’s cool to take a couple down here,” said Ausmus on his win.

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