NASCAR driver’s huge payday at the World Series of Poker

For The Win

Jason White in 2010. Photo via Jason Smith/Getty Images Jason White in 2010. Photo via Jason Smith/Getty Images

Jason White, former Camping World Truck series driver and current Nationwide series part-timer, may have found a second career in Las Vegas. White entered the no-limin hold’em main event of the World Series of Poker and outlasted thousands of players, including poker icon Phil Ivey.

The winner of the main event takes home $10 million, and by day four White was still alive with more than $200,000 in chips. White was eliminated early Saturday morning, when he went all in with pocket jacks. An opponent at his table had pocket sixes, and picked up a third to win the pot.

White finished in 348th place out of 6,683 entries. His winnings amounted to $33,734, which as Denny Hamlin noted…

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