Event #31: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-low 8-or-Better

Jarred Graham Wins Event #31: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-low 8-or-Better ($255,942)

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2013 WSOP Gold Bracelet Winner Jarred Graham

When Day 3 of Event #31: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-low 8-or-Better began, Jarred Graham was the short stack of the remaining 14 players. Seven levels and change later, Graham possessed all of the chips and the coveted World Series of Poker gold bracelet.

Graham wasted little time getting his chips in, doing so within the first 20 minutes of the day. He doubled through Grzegorz Derkowski, and Derkowski busted shortly thereafter. He was followed to the payout desk by Andy Seth, Mel Randolph, David Brooker, and Stephen Johnson before the official final table was set.

Three-time bracelet winner Perry Green began the day as the chip leader, but was eliminated in ninth place by Barry Greenstein. By the time Joao Simao exited in eighth place, Greenstein had nearly half the chips in play.

Graham took a backseat as he watched Eric Rodawig fall in seventh place, Loni Harwood depart in sixth place, and Gabriel Blumenthal hit the rail in fifth place. Graham got in on the action again when he eliminated Noomis Jones in fourth place.

The chip stacks at three-handed play were almost even, though Graham was the shortest. He took the chip lead when he doubled through Marco Johnson when both players had a full house. Johnson climbed back from the short stack, resulting in Greenstein falling in third place to Graham.

Already with two runner-up finishes at the WSOP, Johnson would finish second once again as Graham's 4-to-1 chip lead was too much to overcome.

Congratulations to Jarred Graham for winning his first WSOP bracelet and earning $255,942. Thanks for following our updates and until next time, good night from Las Vegas!

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