A documentary about Martin Jacobson’s World Series of Poker main event win in 2014 is set to be released in the near future.
A trailer for the documentary — which is called “10 for 10″ — gave us a sneak peek. The film looks slickly produced, as cameramen followed Jacobson before and during his appearance at the final table of the WSOP main event, aka The November Nine.
Jacobson overcame a short stack at the final table to become the champion and win the top prize of $10 million.
You can watch the trailer below:
The documentary has apparently been spearheaded by one of his sponsors — Natural Stacks CILTEP, a supplement that claims to help with “focus, motivation and memory.” Jacobson wore a patch for the company during his November Nine appearance. There is a little bit of product placement in the trailer, but not to the point that it looks like an infomercial for CILTEP.
The full documentary will apparently be released sometime leading up to or during this year’s WSOP. On Twitter, Jacobson says that the full documentary is coming out this spring.
On Twitter: @Dustin Gouker
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