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Event 46: $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em
Days:
123

Jeremy Quehen Eliminated in 2nd Place ($429,535)

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Jeremy Quehen - 2nd

Joey Weissman has just become a World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet winner and this is how it went down.

Weissman raised to 240,000 and Jeremy Quehen made the call. The flop was {Q-Diamonds} {5-Hearts} {3-Clubs} and Quehen decided to lead with a bet of 350,000. The motion took Weissman a little by surprise but he made the call. The turn card was the {7-Hearts} and Quehen continued his assault with a 800,000 bet. Weissman was riffling a pile of orange 5k chips while he pondered his next move, which was to make the call. The final card in this amazing hand was the {J-Hearts}.

"2 million," said Quehen before moving four towers of green 25k chips across the line.

Back to Weissman and he really did look nervous. Then when everyone was expecting him to fold he announced that he was all-in. Quehen called instantly and Weissman threw the {A-Hearts} {Q-Hearts} onto the felt and the whole place went nuts. Weissman was swarmed by his fans (and the dog) and he was so deep under we couldn't see him. What an amazing comeback from a man who had led for the entire day. Commiserations to Jeremy Quehen who we are sure we will see again in the very near future.

"Tonight we are getting fu**ed up!" Shouted Weissman's friend.

Good for you lot, you deserve it.

Player Chips Progress
Joey Weissman us
Joey Weissman
us 12,052,500 5,512,500
Jeremy Quehen FR
Jeremy Quehen
FR Busted

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