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Scott Seiver adds third WSOP bracelet of the year

Scott Seiver adds third WSOP bracelet of the year

The Las Vegas poker pro continues to show off at the felt

Las Vegas poker pro Scott Seiver etched his name deeper into poker history on June 30. The 39-year-old secured his third bracelet win of the World Series of Poker (WSOP) by conquering the prestigious $10,000 no-limit deuce-to-seven single draw lowball championship. This victory not only brought Seiver a cool $411,041 but also solidified his place among poker royalty.

Seiver’s historic feat places him in a prestigious group – only six other players have achieved the remarkable milestone of winning three bracelets in a single WSOP series. He joins poker legends like Phil Hellmuth (1993) and Phil Ivey (2002), cementing his status as a dominant force in the game. This accomplishment is even more impressive, considering it’s the first time in nearly a decade a player has achieved this feat.

The $10,000 no-limit deuce-to-seven single draw lowball championship attracted a strong field of 186 entries, generating a prize pool of $1,729,800. The final table boasted a who’s who of poker, with established champions like Yuri Dzivielevski, Billy Baxter, Jason Mercier, and Robert Mizrachi all vying for the top spot. Seiver’s victory amidst such a competitive field serves as a testament to his exceptional talent and unwavering determination.

The win also elevates Seiver to another elite category. With this latest bracelet, he becomes part of the exclusive club of players with seven or more career WSOP wins. Following his victory, Seiver expressed his excitement to Card Player, stating, “I’m on cloud nine right now… I couldn’t be more excited.”

Seiver’s focus on the 2024 WSOP wasn’t just about personal glory. With his 40th birthday approaching next year, he’s become eligible for the Poker Hall of Fame. This milestone clearly fueled his determination in the WSOP Player of the Year (POY) race.

Seiver’s triumph wasn’t just about the prestigious bracelet; the victory also propelled him significantly in various ranking systems. He earned 840 Card Player Player of the Year points, putting him within reach of the top 50.

Additionally, he secured 411 PokerGO Tour points, climbing to 12th place on the season-long leaderboard. Most importantly, this win solidified his lead in the WSOP POY race, surpassing six-time bracelet winner Jeremey Ausmus, who also made a strong showing at the final table.

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