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2024 World Series of Poker

Are You Ready for the First Seven Card Stud Event of the 2024 WSOP?

Nick Schulman
Nick Schulman

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The three-day Event #32: $1,500 Seven Card Stud is shuffling up and dealing at Horseshoe and Paris, Las Vegas today. The event kicks off at 2 p.m. local time, with late registration open for nine 40-minute levels (~8:45 p.m.). There will be a 15-minute break every three levels.

Players will start the action with 25,000 in chips and action will continue for 15 levels. The survivors will then return for Day 2 at 1 p.m. on June 12 at which time levels will increase to 60 minutes.

The 2023 edition of the event attracted 339 players, generating a total prize pool of $480,600. The event saw Nick Schulman beat Andrew Hasdal heads up at a final table that included Shaun Deeb. Schulman won his fourth WSOP bracelet in this event as well as $110,800 for first place. Schulman's winner's photo went on to win the Best Photo of the Year at the Global Poker Awards.

"I love Stud," Schulman said shortly after collecting his prizes. "It's probably my favorite game and I've always thought it was my best game—I grew up playing it."

YearEntriesWinnerCountryPayout
2023339Nick SchulmanUnited States$110,800
2022329Alex LivingstonCanada$103,282
2021260Rafael LebronUnited States$82,262
2020-Not Held--
2019285Eli ElezraIsrael$93,766
2018310Steven AlbiniUnited States$105,629

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Tags: Alex LivingstonAndrew HasdalDaniel VampanEli ElezraNick SchulmanRafael LebronShaun DeebSteven Albini