Matt Perrins scored his second career WSOP bracelet and $792,275 when he sat atop the field of the 784 runners that ponied up $5,000 for a shot at poker fame and glory. The young English poker pro started the final table as the chip leader and never looked back, eventually sending Arthur Pro out in second place.
Matt Perrins had a raucous British rail that appreciated every second of his absolute domination of the final table.
The final showdown came on Hand #136 when Arthur Pro opened to 350,000 and Perrins jumped out with an all-in. Pro called.
Pro was ahead when the flop came down but it also gave Perrins a gutshot straight draw. "Ten!" his rail screamed.
The gave Perrins the lead and the on the river sealed the deal to eliminate Arthur Pro in second place. Matt Perrins won his second World Series of Poker Gold Bracelet along with first place prize money.
Take a break and watch the following video of Sarah Grant's interview with Matt.
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