One time bracelet winner, and 2010 WSOP Main Event 8th place finisher, Matt Jarvis, recently won a big pot to boost him up the chip counts.
The hand started with Jarvis opening to 700 from under the gun plus one, and finding a call from the player in the cut-off as well as on the big blind. The flop came down , as the action checked around to the player in the cut-off, who made it 1,125 to go. Only Jarvis made the call, as both players watched the fall on the turn. Jarvis checked, as his opponent thought about his decision, before betting out 2,225. Jarvis went into the tank for over a minute, before raising it up to 5,450, which was called. The completed the board, and Jarvis took his time once more, before betting out 8,650. His opponent eventually made the call, and mucked his hand, as soon as Jarvis tabled his for a set of jacks.