Scott Seiver does it again at the 2024 World Series of Poker. Seiver topped the 186-entry field in WSOP Event #72: $10,000 No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw Championship to win his third gold bracelet of the summer. Seiver collected $411,041 for the win and moved into first place in the WSOP Player of the Year race.

Seiver became the sixth player in WSOP history to win three gold bracelets in a single year, joining Walter "Puggy" Pearson (1973), Phil Hellmuth (1993), Ted Forrest (1993(, Phil Ivey (2002), and Jeff Lisandro (2009) as the only players in WSOP history to achieve such a feat. Seiver now has seven WSOP gold bracelets in his career, becoming the 11th player to reach those heights.

Previously at the 2024 WSOP, Seiver won Event #10: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo Championship for $426,744 and Event #40: $1,500 Razz for $141,374.

2024 WSOP Event #72: $10,000 No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw Championship Results

Place Player Country Prize PGT Points
1st Scott Seiver United States $411,041 411
2nd Jonathan Krela United States $274,217 274
3rd David Lin United States $187,177 187
4th Jeremy Ausmus United States $130,794 131
5th Jen Harman United States $93,615 94
6th Mike Watson Canada $68,672 69
7th Aaron Kupin United States $51,661 52

At the final table, Aaron Kupin was the first player to bust, finishing in seventh place when his pat ten went down to Jeremy Ausmus' eight-seven draw. Ausmus drew a nine to bust Kupin. Then it was Mike Watson who busted next, falling in sixth place to David Lin. Watson, like Kupin, got his money in and stood pat against a one-card draw. Lin drew a ten to beat Watson's jack and that eliminated the Canadian.

Out in fifth place was Jen Harman. She called all in after Seiver jammed, and then Jonathan Krela called behind. Harman was drawing to a nine perfect, whereas Krela and Seiver both stood pat. Krela had a ten-nine but it was behind Seiver's ten-seven. Harman needed to hit her draw to survive, but she couldn't do it and was eliminated in fifth place. Seiver was able to knock out Harman and double through Krela for what was essentially a triple up.

Ausmus was eliminated next. He was facing an all-in bet after the draw holding a ten-nine. Krela had jammed on Ausmus with a nine-eight. After some tanking, Ausmus called off his stack and saw the bad news. For Ausmus, it was his fifth final table and 12th cash of the 2024 WSOP, but he is still in search of his seventh gold bracelet.

A short-stacked Lin busted in third place, and it was Seiver who took him out. That allowed Seiver to enter heads-up play with 4,685,000 in chips. It was behind Krela's 6,500,000, but Seiver closed the gap a little thanks to taking out Lin.

The final hand was a three-bet pot with both players drawing one. Krela made a ten-eight and moved all in for a large overbet. Seiver went into the tank having made a nine-seven. Seiver eventually made the call and was right in doing so. He won the pot, won the tournament, and won his third WSOP gold bracelet of 2024. Krela finished in second place for $274,217.

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