Jarred Graham wins first 2013 WSOP Bracelet for Australia, Jonathan Little seeks his first

Jarred Graham
Jarred Graham

Jarred Graham won his first WSOP Title which also marked the first 2013 Gold Bracelet for his country Australia. Graham, 24 year old poker pro from ‘down under’ was being watched from the rails by fellow countryman Joe Hachem who has taken the young poker player under his aegis. The cash game specialist won Event 31, a $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Low Split-8 or Better tournament, earning $255,942.

Graham mastered a final table that included 3 former bracelet winners including legend Barry Greenstein, three time WSOP bracelet winner Perry Green and Eric Rodawig. While Greenstein finished in third spot Green finished ninth. Rodawig came in seventh place. Marco Johnson, who made his second final table performance this year came in second and pocketed $158,379.Others finishing ITM include Jason Mercier, Allan Cunningham and Jeff Lisandro.

Here are the final table results for the $1,500 Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo event:

1st: Jarred Graham – $255,942
2nd: Marco Johnson – $158,379
3rd: Barry Greenstein – $99,091
4th: Noomis Jones – $71,924
5th: Gabriel Blumenthal – $53,096
6th: Loni Harwood – $39,803
7th: Eric Rodawig – $30,275
8th: Joao Pires – $23,338
9th: Perry Green – $18,233

In event 32, Jonathan Little is seeking his first ever WSOP Bracelet at $5000 NL Hold’em(6 handed) leading a pack of 14 poker players. Allan Bari and Vasile Buboi are close behind and the competition is cut throat. Little has cashed in 12 times at the WSOP but if he wins this will be the biggest crown of his career. 

Event 33 of $2500 7 Card Razz is also down to 7 players and David Bach is in contention for a WSOP Bracelet leading with more than 300,000 chips. Ivan Schertzer is second while Rick Fuller is also close behind.