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Jason Mercier wins his 1st tournament after four years

This would be the very first time that Jason Mercier participated in the PokerGO Tour (PGT) Mixed Games festival, which happened to have been played out at the PokerGO Stadium based in Las Vegas. On his part, Jason Mercier happens to be a poker aficionado based in Florida. He was registered for the $25,500, 10-game championship. This must have been an extremely eventful occasion for him, as he managed to win the $367,500 by taking away the game from Daniel Zack. 

In the case of Mercier, this very win has shot him up to $20.5 million, as a part of the Hendon Mob earnings, along with the delightful fact that this also happens to be his very first win ever since the month of August 2019. This was apparently the time when he was able to make his mark by winning the Seminole Hard Poker Open $50,000 Super High Roller for an amount of $715,860.  

This inaugural PGT Mixed game festival, being played out in PokerGO Studio, happens to be witnessing the absolute prime mixed game players globally, participating all out and trying their hand at the winnings.

As per the latest poker news, the tournament comprises eight mixed-game events, which consist of poker games such as H.O.R.S.E., 8 Game, and also Dealer’s Choice. Amongst the seasoned mixed game, players happen to have been Shaun Deeb, who took home the amount of $208,000, along with making his presence felt, being John Monnette, who managed to win $211,200. 

Some of the others who happened to have made their mark were names like Eli Elezra, who managed to win $155,000, and Nick Guagenti, with a winning amount of $171,075. Not to be left out was Scott Abrams, with a winning amount of $179,200. However, to top, it all happened to have been Jason Mercier, who took down the $25,500, 10-game championship while competing against 57 players, some of whom were David Baker, Jeremy Ausmus, and Daniel Negreanu, amongst others. 

According to Mercier, the poker tournament, besides everything else, happened to have been extremely exciting and satisfying for him. Considering the act that it was actually his very first-time entry into the precincts of the PokerGO Studio, the ultimate winning of the amount of $367,500 was indeed a very pleasing experience, also considering the fact that he happened to have been up against the very best poker mixed game players in the entire world.  

Janice Graziano

Janice has joined Times of Casino team as a casino news writer. Along with writing, she is additionally a content manager. Janice has over five years of experience in inscribing. Her zealousness for casino and online gaming draw her to casino industry. In her spare time, she relishes playing online poker games.

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