Scott Seiver Wins 4th WSOP Bracelet and $320,059

Scott Seiver Wins 2022 WSOP Event #3: $2,500 NL Hold'em Freezeout

Scott Seiver is the newest four-time World Series of Poker gold bracelet winner. On Friday, June 3, Seiver won Event #3: $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em Freezeout at the 2022 WSOP for $320,059 and his fourth piece of WSOP jewelry. Seiver now belongs to the illustrious club of four-time bracelet winners and

Nick Schulman Eliminated by Zhuang Ruan

Nick Schulman had 115,000 already committed to the pot in the big blind and Zhuang Ruan raised to 250,000 in the hijack. Schulman then moved all-in for his stack of approximately 800,000 and Ruan quickly called. Schulman: [kdkc] Ruan: [asah] It was the classic cooler as the board ran out [8c5c4d3s8s] and Schulman

Dan Smith Takes from Nick Schulman

Dan Smith raised to 28,000 from the button and Nick Schulman called in the big blind. The flop landed [2dQcJs] and Schulman check-called a bet of 18,000 from Smith. Both players checked the 6c] on the turn, and when the river landed the [3s], Schulman bet 18,000. Smith called and tabled his [Jh7s]

Dan Smith Calls Nick Schulman’s River Bet

With 30,000 in the pot on a [kc8s5s3h] board, Dan Smith checked the small blind and Nick Schulman bet 35,000 in the big blind. The [2d] completed the board and Smith checked. Schulman bet 150,000 and Smith thought about his decision. "I believe you but I have to call," Smith said as

Nick Schulman Folds To Dan Smith

From the cutoff seat, Dan Smith opened with a raise to 20,000. Nick Schulman called on the button, and Zhuang Ruan called from the big blind. The flop was [Ad4s2d] and Ruan checked. Smith also checked, then Schulman bet 24,000. Ruan folded, but Smith stuck around with a call. The turn

Rok Gostisa Eliminated by Nick Schulman

Nick Schulman opened to 18,000 from the cutoff, Zhuang Ruan called the small blind, and Rok Gostisa raised to 195,000 in the big blind, leaving only 1,000 behind. Schulman called and Ruan folded. The flop fell [qd3d3c] and Gostisa's remaining 1,000 went into the middle. Gostisa: [qhth] Schulman: [acas] The [9c] and [6c] completed

Jason Koon Eliminated by Nick Schulman

Jason Koon raised to 18,000 from the hijack and Nick Schulman called in the small blind. The flop landed [Kh3hTs] and Schulman checked. Koon bet 16,000 and Schulman called as the turn fell the [6d]. Schulman checked and Koon bet 60,000. Schulman pushed forward 350,000 and Koon called all-in for 210,000. Koon: [TcTh] Schulman:

Nick Schulman Flops Top Pair

With the board reading [6h2hQsAd], Nick Schulman checked the big blind over to Tamon Nakamura in the cutoff. Nakamura bet out 28,000 and Schulman called as the river fell the [4s] and both players checked. Schulman tabled his [Qd3d] and Nakamura mucked.