After coming into the final table as chipleader, Jans ‘Graftekkel’ Arends form the Netherlands was able to materialize his lead and win his second WSOP gold bracelet in Event #29: $100,000 High Roller
Beating five of some of the best players in the world of poker on the final table, the Dutchmen took home the first price of 2,500,000. Players he bested on the last day included, Biao Ding, Adrian Mateos, Jeremy Ausmus, Chance Kornuth and ultimately Cary Katz, in an impressive heads-up display of sheer power and aggression.
In the final hand of the tournament, Arends was able to trap his opponent with Ace King of diamonds by limping in, after which Katz moved all-in holding Q4. The board did not rescue Katz and Arends secured his 2nd WSOP bracelet.
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