Jeremy Meacham of United States wins Season 4 of WPTDeepStacks and pocketed a handsome amount of $114,551 from the final table. Trey Walton becomes runner-up of this match who pocketed $80,060 from the table.
Top 6 players remained in business were Kenneth Williams, Mike Murphy, Richard McCrary, Corey Bierria, Trey Walton and Jeremy Meacham.
The $1,500 buy-in Main event attracted 420 players from all over the United States but it was Meacham did the job and collected the title of the championship. It was the largest career win for the player. He would also get $3,000 package to WPTDeepStacks Championship.
Jeremy Meacham was very happy after winning his careers best bet. He said that this main event has been an amazing event for me, its been run fantastically by the stand and I am thankful for that.
It’s really well organized run and that’s why I thank the team here, he added. He further said that I played really well at final table and things went really well for me at final table. I played pretty solid by take early on…..its great and I’m very happy.
He said, being aggressive means a lot for me, players were taking their chances but I did great, I can say.
The first player busted from the final table was Kenneth Williams who pocketed $21,991 from the final table for his sixth place. Then a pro poker player named Mike Murphy busted to fifth place. He busted to fifth place and generated $26,535 from the tournament.
Fourth and third position of the match belongs to pro poker players known as Richard McCrary and Corey Bierria and they pocketed $34,501 and $51,472 respectively.
Meacham busted almost all the players at final table. When four players eliminated from the game, top 2 players remained in business were Trey Walton and Jeremy Meacham.
Top two positions:-
1st: Jeremy Meacham – $114,551
2nd: Trey Walton – $80,060