Jason Mercier Looks For Redemption In $1M One Drop

This is as excited as Mercier gets.

Jason Mercier had a good chance to win the inaugural Big One For One Drop $1M buy-in tournament back in 2012, but a cooler of fate – Jason ran Kings into Antonio Esfandiari's Aces – changed the course of history. It turned Antonio into an even bigger star while Mercier was forced to wait 24 months to try and get back to the nosebleed promised land.

More Mercier: Jason Mercier Has Money To Burn

Now, Jason’s as hyped up as ever to get back into the ultimate high-rolling tournament and he’s fresh and ready to go. Mercier talks with Thomas Keeling over at Bluff Magazine about how, while he’s still a prop betting fool, he opted out of bracelet bets just so he could take days off if he wanted to.

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