’10 for 10′, The Greatest Comeback In World Series Poker Championship History.

Martin Jacobson is a 28-year-old professional poker player from Stockholm, Sweden, who became the World Series Poker Main Event Champion in 2014. Jacobson, who pocketed a lazy $10,000,000 in prize money from the event, did so in a flawless fashion, making minimal mistakes during the gruelling 22 hours of play.

Pundits are labelling Jacobson’s performance as one of the greatest comebacks in World Series Poker history after entering the main event ranked 8th out of 9 players, taking one of the shortest stacks on the table all the way to the end and the monumental win.

The short documentary, 10 for 10, takes us through Jacobson’s remarkable journey, giving us an insight into what it is like to be a professional poker player, and how the Swede pulled off such an incredible performance.