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Jeremy “ChipChecka” Ausmus Bags His Sixth WSOP Bracelet In $3,200 Online Event

Jordan C

Jun 23, 2023

Jeremy-“ChipChecka”-Ausmus

Following the trend of multiple bracelet winners crushing the 2023 WSOP, Jeremey “ChipChecka” Ausmus took down the $3200 No Limit Hold’em Online Event to claim his sixth World Series of Poker bracelet.

Stiff Competition

Despite being a prolific high-stakes tournament player, Jeremey didn’t have an easy run to his sixth bracelet, as the field was chock full of tournament crushers, all looking to get their hands on the gold bracelet. We say plenty of big names make a deep run but fall just short of the final table, with Nick "cashusklay" Schulman finishing 24th, Jason "EddieVedder" Koon finishing 14th, and Tom "looter" Marchese finishing 9th. 

Despite all these high-profile exits, Jeremey found himself on a stacked final table; with Chance Kornuth and Koray Aldemir both there hoping to take down the event. However, Jeremy was given a boost going into the final table, as his double elimination of “wildace_hun” and Fred “staeks” Li with QQ gave him a healthy stack.

On the final table, Jeremy quietly grinded away, accumulating chips as others bust around him. When the play got down to three-handed, Jeremy started to pull away from his opponents and quickly had a dominating stack. From there, he was able to apply ICM pressure, picking up even more chips. He eventually busted Ioannis "Cheeecha" Angelou Konstas with A8 against K9, putting him heads-up with Christopher "Ccast93" Castiglia with a 4:1 chip lead.

However, that lead didn’t last long, as a couple of quick double-ups put Christopher back into the match. The two traded leads for a while, neither wanting to give up control before eventually, Jeremy won a string of hands to create a dominating lead once again. The match ended when Christopher shoved his last 7bb with T7s, only for Jeremy to find KK in the big blind. The kings would hold, giving Jeremey his 6th WSOP bracelet.

Online Event #8 $3,200 No Limit Hold’em Final Table Results

Rank Player Country Prize (USD)
1st Jeremy "ChipChecka" Ausmus United States $360,036.32
2nd Christopher "Ccast93" Castiglia United States $224,631.68
3rd Ioannis "Cheeecha" Angelou Konstas Greece $151,939.20
4th Chance "BingShui" Kornuth United States $108,442.88
5th "Cokinaalcubo" United Kingdom $73,735.20
6th Koray "seatscramble" Aldemir German $53,029.76

How many more repeat winners will there be at the 2023 WSOP? Will we see a double bracelet winner at this year’s WSOP? Stay tuned for all the latest WSOP news and events.

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