The World Poker Tour bestbet Jacksonville Fall Poker Scramble came to a close on Tuesday in Florida and Noah Schwartz emerged from a field of 477 players to take home the top prize worth $402,970. It is his first major title and the win takes him to $2,718,258 in career earnings. This was his fourth WPT final-table appearance and first WPT victory. Schwartz has now cashed 37 times in his live career and this win comes on the heels of his appearance at the $1 million buy-in Big One for One Drop event at the World Series of Poker this summer. He eliminated three of his opponents at the final table after entering with a large chip lead, and despite being even in chips with Byron Kaverman at the start of heads-up play, he quickly pulled away to lock up the largest cash of his live tournament career.