Jeremy Ausmus Wins 4th WSOP Bracelet After Victory In $3,000 Limit Hold’em

By Craig Klinski
June 16, 2022

Tuesday was another big day at the 2022 WSOP with four new bracelet winners including a new four-time bracelet winner.

Jeremy Ausmus secured his 4th bracelet win after winning Event #23, the $3,000 6-Handed Limit Hold’em event over three days. A total of 213 players entered the event with Ausmus earning his win on Monday night to also take home a first-place prize of $142,147.

Ausmus’s victory is his first this year but third over the last two years. Previous bracelets were earned during the 2021 $50,000 High Roller Pot Limit Omaha and 2021 $1,000 COVID-19 Relief No Limit Hold’em Charity Event. His first bracelet of his career came during the 2013 WSOP Europe €1,650 Pot-Limit Omaha.

In post-match comments, Ausmus talked about the back and forth that he experienced at the final table. “It’s just kind of the nature of limit, well poker in general but limit especially is very aggressive with a lot of three-betting and raising flops and raising turns- it’s very volatile and frustrating at times. But then I just ran good against Rocco who plays heads-up lots and the win feels good.”

Other bracelet winners

In Event #24, Christopher Chatman won the FLIP & GO No Limit Hold’em, which attracted 1,329 players over two days of play. Chatman ultimately finished on top to win his first bracelet and a $187,770 first-place prize. At the final table, Chatman outlasted Rafi Elharar heads-up and other notable players such as Pete Chen and Mike Matusow.

On early Tuesday morning, Rob Wazwaz took down the $800 No Limit Hold’em Deepstack, outlasted a field of 4,062 entries over two days to secure his first WSOP bracelet and a $358,346 first place prize. Other big winners at the final table where Robert Crow ($221,399), Terence Reid ($166,011), and Sean Legendre ($125,371).

Wazwaz said after the final table that his previous final tables prepared him for his ultimate victory in the $800 No Limit Hold’em Deepstack. ”It was my third final table, but first since a long time. Back then, I wasn’t as experienced, I didn’t play them right when I got deep. But I’ve come a long way, and my dream was to come out here and win a bracelet”.

Brian Altman won the sole online bracelet of the weekend, taking down the $400 No LImit Hold’em Ultra Deepstack to win his first bracelet and a first place prize of $110,662, outlasting a field of 1,641 entries.

On tap at the WSOP on Tuesday

Event #21 – The Monster Stack No Limit Hold’em

Yoshiya Agata held the lead at the start of Day 4 of the Monster Stack No Limit Hold’em on Tuesday. Down from an intial 6,501 entries, just 39 players remain as they hope to earn the $966,577 first place prize. Action got underway at 10 AM PT.

Event #25 – $10,000 Limit Hold’em Championship

Chad Eveslage, who earlier won a bracelet in the xxxx, is the chip leader of the $10,000 Limit Hold’em Championship at the end of Day 2 on Monday. Eveslage is part of a 9-person final table that includes Matthew Schreiber, Joey Couden, and Kyle Dilschneider on his tail. The event will resume for the third and final day at 2 PM PT as players battle for WSOP gold and $245,678.

Event #27 – $1,500 Shootout No Limit Hold’em

The 1,000 player field of the $1,500 Shootout No Limit Hold’em was whittled down to 100 on Monday. Given the shootout format, all players sit with around the same number of chips. Players still alive include Qui Nguyen, JJ Liu, Ryan Riesse and Brian Yoon. Action resumes at noon PT today.

Event #28 – $50,000 High Roller Pot Limit Omaha

Just 36 players remain in the $50,000 High Roller Pot Limit Omaha event with Joni Jouhkimainen at the top of the chip counts. Other notables still alive include Scott Seiver and Josh Arieh as they play towards a $1,393,816 first-place prize on Day 2 of 3.

Event #29 – $1,500 No LImit 2-7 Lowball Draw

Ian O’Hara is at the top of the chip counts in the $1,500 No Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw with 122 out of the original 437 entries remaining. Right on his tail is Brandon Shack Harris, who is second in chips. The remaining players will return at 2 PM PT as they play the second of third days beginning at 2 PM PT.

New events

There are two World Series of Poker events scheduled for Tuesday. First up is the $1,000 Pot Limit Omaha 8-handed, which will get its start at 11 AM PT. Next up is the $10,000 Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw Championship.

Watch the WSOP

PokerGo returns on Tuesday with the conclusion of the $10,000 Limit Hold’em Championship, which poker fans can view through the PokerGo streaming service after purchasing a $14.99 monthly subscription or $99 per year.

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