Yesterday’s ARIA High Roller Series $10K featured a familiar face returning to the winner’s circle in Tom Marchese. That trend held to form today as Scott Seiver earned his second ARIA win of 2017 in the $25K event.

Seiver opened up a wide chip lead on Day 1 and navigated his way through the elite field of 20 entries to come into today’s live streamed PokerGO final table with the best chance to win the $270K first place prize.

Standing in Seiver’s way at the final table were ARIA High Roller regulars Sam Soverel and Sean Winter. Winter was attempting to get on the board in the current ARIA High Roller Series with Soverel looking to better his fifth place finish in the $10K.  Soverel made the money yesterday but fell short of a payout this time around to Seiver.

Following a tense period of bubble play, Winter was eliminated by Seiver to put Seiver, Brent Hanks, and Cary Katz in the money. For Katz, the cash is his 32nd in a ARIA High Roller, extending his lead in his category.

Katz had a chance to catch Tom Marchese for first on the all-time wins list with nine, but was eliminated in third to set up heads up play between Seiver and Hanks. Katz also picked up $80K for placing third.

Seiver carried a large advantage coming into his match with Hanks. Hanks was able to narrow the gap a few times but Seiver never relented and finished off Hanks to claim first place. Hanks earned $150K for his two days of play.

The win for Seiver adds to his list of accomplishments at ARIA, including a second place finish in the 2015 Super High Roller Bowl where he earned $5.16 million. Once the next ARIA High Roller Series is announced, Seiver is a favorite to be in attendance and add to his recent streak.

Stay tuned to Poker Central and PokerGO for updates on all upcoming live streams with the latest Poker After Dark lineup soon to be announced. In the meantime, relive all the ARIA High Roller Series action with a subscription to PokerGO with both final tables from this weekend available on demand.