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Jeremy Ausmus Goes into October's 2012 WSOP Main Event Final Table as the Short Stack

The 2012 World Series of Poker Main Event Final Table is set. The nine players are on a three-month hiatus and will find their way back to Las Vegas in October to play for the diamond-encrusted bracelet and the $8.5 million first-place prize.

The man with the shortest stack going into play in October is 32-year-old Jeremy Ausmus. He bagged up 9,805,000 on Day 7 of the 2012 WSOP Main Event. Ausmus is a professional poker player who moved to Las Vegas after graduating from Colorado State University. He has over $1 million in live tournament earnings, but his guarantee for making the 2012 WSOP Main Event Final Table is his largest single score to date. Ausmus is married with one child and one on the way and says being a father is his life's greatest accomplishment.

For a look back at how Jeremy Ausmus got to the 2012 WSOP Main Event Final Table, look through the PokerNews Live Reporting Blog, and for up-to-the-minute news, follow PokerNews on Twitter.

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