The 2004 WSOP Main Event champion outlasted 283 players to take down the Belterra crown for $106,030 in Indiana.
“I’m overwhelmed,” said Raymer after winning.
The win at Belterra was just the finishing touch on what has been the single most impressive individual performance ever recorded on the HPT.
Raymer won titles in Albuquerque, Iowa, St. Louis and Indiana on the HPT for a total of $371,967 this year. He is the first player to win four titles on the HPT and he did it in less than five months.
The Fossilman is now the all-time money leader on the HPT and easily wrapped up Player of the Year in the 2012 season of the tour.
The HPT continued to expand in 2012 and even broke its own record by generating a $1.2 million prizepool in Colorado.
“It was a great year on tour,” said HPT executive producer Fred Bevill.
“Numbers are up, our casino partners are first-class, and our crew is the hardest-working team in poker but it’s the players who make our work so rewarding.”
The HPT returns in 2013 and will begin with a week-long Card Player cruise in January. More events will be announced in the coming months.
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