Jim is one of the quietest players in WSOP history, and there little information to be found on him. He has played in the WSOP for many years. In1986, 1988 & 1989 he finished in the money at the main event, and in 1993 he took the top prize of $1 million and his first and only WSOP bracelet.
Jim doesn't play in many tournaments, mainly just the large ones like the WSOP and WPT events.
Jim's winning WSOP hand:
In possible the least interesting final hand of all time Glen Cozen short on chips pushes all in holding 74. None of the 5 cards on the board, T8325, helped either player and Bechtel won with J-high.