Sweden's Tomas Alenius wins bracelet

Updated: June 15, 2009, 5:12 PM ET
By Andrew Feldman | ESPN.com

Event 25 | Event 27

Call it a comeback.

Tomas Alenius, a professional online poker player from Stockholm, Sweden, battled back from a 3:1 chip deficit, heads-up, and defeated Canadian orthodontist Jason Tam for his first WSOP bracelet. Along with the $197,509 in first place prize money, Alenius became the second Swedish WSOP bracelet winner in history. He joins Chris Bjorin on that two-man list.

"It's awesome," Alenius said moments after the win in Event 26, $1,500 ...

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