Day 2 has come to a close here at the 2014 Paddy Power Poker Irish Open €2,250 no-limit hold’em main event. The day began with 253 players remaining from a starting field of 411, but ...
A Poker Life: Jeremy Ausmus
by Julio Rodriguez | Published: Dec 25, 2013
One of the downsides of being a successful cash-game player is that your wins are rarely, if ever reported. This was the case with Colorado-native Jeremy Ausmus, who toiled in relative anonymity, recognized only by other Las Vegas grinders who had the misfortune of battling it out against him. In fact, until the 2012 World Series of Poker main event final table, Jeremy Ausmus was one of the best players you had never heard of. Since his seven-figure score on poker’s biggest stage, the 34-year-old has traded in his regular seat at Bellagio for a life on the road, spending more than a year playing all over the world in places such as Los Angeles, New Orleans, France, and Australia. In just over 15 months since his life-changing finish, Ausmus has added another seven figures to his poker resume and now boasts $3.6 million in career tournament earnings. Poker Beginnings ...
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