Jacob Perry Wins Mid-States Poker Tour Venetian Main Event


The last large-field no-limit hold ’em tournament texas hold’em main event of 2022 ended late on Dec. 30. A heads-up deal saw Jacob Perry come away with the title and also $99,084 in cash prize as the champion of the 2022 Mid-States Texas Hold’em Trip Venetian.

The New Jacket resident outlasted an area of 643 complete entrances in the $1,100 buy-in tournament in order to secure the biggest cash advance yet on his event return to. He now has greater than $470,000 in occupation pays to his name.

Perry was also awarded 840 Card Player of the Year points for the win. This was his third POY-qualified score of the year. With 978 complete factors, he rests just outside the top 600 in the overall POY standings presented by International Texas hold’em.

This occasion played out over the course of three days. While both beginning flights drew 643 cumulative entrances, just 71 gamers carried on to day 2. Amongst those that ran deep were two-time arm band champions Joao Simao (64th) and Barry Shulman (56th), five-time arm band victor Jeremy Ausmus (51st), Shannon Shorr (44th), Kyna England (41st), arm band victor Ryan Laplante (30th), 13-time WSOP Circuit ring victor Josh Reichard (24th), bracelet champion Mitch Halverson (22nd), bracelet victor Joseph Di Rosa Rojas (21st), and Roland Israelashvili (15th).

The nine-handed last table was established a little bit after 6:00 pm local time, with 2021 Card Player Texas hold’em Scenic tour Venetian main event victor Ezequiel Waigel in the lead.

Peter Mullin shed a three-way all-in with pocket sixes facing the A-K of Abhisek Panda and the A-Q of bracelet champion Tamas Lendvai, with aces and queens winning for Lendvai. Mullin earned $10,548 as the ninth-place finisher. Lendvai (8th– $13,341) ended up being the next to drop when his K-Q suited encountered the A-K of Panda.

Richard Alati obtained all-in with A-3 facing the pocket kings of Angela Jordison and also was unable to come from behind. He gained $17,064 for his solid proving. Kenny Huynh (sixth– $23,269) soon complied with when his K-10 encountered the A-Q of a rising Panda. Huynh made kings up, however Panda made broadway by the river to narrow the field to 5.

Jordison’s run involved an end using a battle of the blinds, with her A-10 running into the A-J of Waigel. Neither player improved and Jordison was gotten rid of in fifth place ($ 31,335). This was her 8th final-table finish of the year, with one title won and greater than $477,000 in POY-qualified profits accrued throughout those scores. Jordison now beings in 33rd area in the POY standings consequently, with 3,610 complete points accumulated in 2022.

Waigel won a race versus two-time arm band victor Nipun Java (4th– $41,573), with A-Q matched besting pocket sevens to offer him the lead heading into three-handed play. Panda was able to battle in advance in time for the next big hand, though. Waigel got all-in with top pair of queens and an ace twist, just to locate himself up against leading collection for Panda. Waigel was attracting dead with one card coming and was sent out home with $58,016 for his third-place showing.

Panda entered heads-up have fun with 11,000,000 to Perry’s 4,900,000. Perry made a flush in a big pot to pull also, and then relocated somewhat ahead. The final 2 then started to hash out a deal that at some point brought the event to an end, with Perry safeguarding the title and $99,084 while Panda locked up $97,612 as the runner-up.

Here is a look at the payouts and POY points awarded at the final table:

Place Player name & Earnings POY Points
1 Jacob Perry – $99,084
2 Abhisek Panda – $97,612 700
3 Ezequiel Waigel – $58,016 560
4 Nipun Java – $41,573 420
5 Angela Jordison – $31,335 350
6 Kenny Huynh – $23,269 280
7 Richard Alati – $17,064 210
8 Tamas Lendvai – $13,341 140
9 Peter Mullin – $10,548 70