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2024 World Series of Poker

Giorni 3
Event Info

2024 World Series of Poker

Risultati finali
Vincitore
Mano Vincente
6x4x10xjxax7xkx
Premio
$141,374
Event Info
Buy-in
$1,500
Montepremi
$730,245
Entries
547
Informazioni livello
Livello
32
Bui
0 / 0
Ante
0
Informazioni Giocatori - Giorno 3
Entries
14
Giocatori Rimasti
1

Event #40: $1,500 Razz

Giorno 3 completo

Two Bracelets in Two Weeks as Scott Seiver Collects His Sixth Overall in Event #40: $1,500 Razz

Livello 32
Scott Seiver
Scott Seiver

Scott Seiver reigns victorious in Event #40: $1,500 Razz to win his sixth bracelet and second in as many weeks, along with $141,374 in prize money. It was a dominant performance from start to finish as Seiver came into Day 3 with the chip lead and kept it almost the entire day.

Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrize (USD)
1Scott SeiverUnited States$141,374
2Brandon Shack-HarrisUnited States$94,247
3Ingo KlasenGermany$64,588
4Maxx ColemanUnited States$45,117
5Soner OsmanUnited Kingdom$32,136
6Akihiro KawaguchiJapan$23,349
7Brad LindseyUnited States$17,313
8Ben YuUnited States$13,105
9Steven AbitbolFrance$10,132

Winner’s Reaction

If you had told Seiver two weeks ago that he would be hoisting his sixth bracelet, he would not have thought you were crazy. In fact, this amount of success was what Seiver had been planning for.

“It’s this weird feeling where you set a goal that should be close to impossible and then take the steps to do it.”

Seiver defeated a stacked final table that included previous bracelet winners Ben Yu, Maxx Coleman, and Brandon Shack-Harris. However, winning bracelets is just part of Seiver’s plans for the summer. He has his sights set on both Player of the Year and the Poker Hall of Fame.

“It’s the entire motivator,” explained Seiver. “I really, truly want to win Player of the Year this year. I’m going to do as much as I can to make that happen.”

Seiver also indicated that this victory should help to solidify his resume for the Poker Hall of Fame.

“I’m going to keep going…whatever people need to see.”

Old School vs. New School

Many players who are considered “old school” have enjoyed plenty of success at the 2024 World Series of Poker. Phil Ivey, John Hennigan, and Nick Schulman have all won bracelets this year in addition to Seiver.

However, Seiver doesn’t feel the need for this distinction.

“It’s not that there’s like an old-school resurgence. It’s just that the best players are winning.”

“Phil Ivey was and is one of the greatest players of all time. John Hennigan was and is one of the greatest players of all time. Nick Schulman was and is one of the greatest players of all time.”

Well, if the last two weeks can be used as evidence, then Scott Seiver was and is one of the greatest players of all time.

Final Table Action

Following Justin Liberto's elimination in 10th place, the remaining nine players combined at a single feature table.

Play continued nine-handed for an hour until Steven Abitbol was eliminated in ninth. He was ahead going into seventh street, but Scott Seiver caught a seven on the end to make an eight-seven against the nine-eight of Abitbol.

Over two hours would go by until Ben Yu was the next to fall in eighth place. He got the rest of his short stack in after starting eight-seven-three against Maxx Coleman. An unfortunate runout resulted in Yu hitting the rail in eighth place as the four-time bracelet winner’s run came to an end.

The next casualty was Brad Lindsey, who started four-three-two against Brandon Shack-Harris’s seven-six-five but failed to improve as Shack-Harris made a six-five to eliminate Lindsey in seventh place.

Shortly before dinner, Akihiro Kawaguchi fell in sixth place. After a long stretch of bad cards and depleting antes, Kawaguchi got the last of his chips in the middle against Ingo Klasen. Unfortunately for Kawaguchi, he triple-paired while Klasen made jack-eight.

After the remaining five players went to dinner, Soner Osman was the next to bust. He found himself in a flip situation against Seiver with similar starting hands, but Osman was unable to improve against Seiver’s six-five.

Shortly after, Maxx Coleman hit the rail in fourth place. Coleman defended his bring-in with jack-three-two and got the rest of his stack in on fourth street against Shack-Harris, who made a seven-six to eliminate Coleman.

Maxx Coleman
Maxx Coleman

Seiver had around half the chips in play to start three-handed play. The three players exchanged chips for some time before Seiver won the largest pot of the tournament by far. All three players saw sixth street in a two-bet pot, with Shack-Harris deciding to fold sixth with just 500,000 chips behind. Seiver ended up making nine-seven-five against the nine-seven-six of Ingo Klasen to eliminate the German in third place.

A couple of hands later, Brandon Shack-Harris got the rest of his stack in against Seiver, who ultimately made ten-seven to beat the queen-jack of Shack-Harris.

Brandon Shack-Harris
Brandon Shack-Harris

Seiver joins an elite group of six-time bracelet winners that includes Daniel Negreanu, Shaun Deeb, Josh Arieh, Brian Rast, and many more legends of the game.

Seiver’s ambition does not stop at six, however.

“I want to win five more [this summer]. But realistically, I’ll probably only win two more.”

Scott Seiver
Scott Seiver

The WSOP has more razz action on tap on June 19, as many of the same top names will battle in Event #50: $10,000 Razz Championship, so be sure to tune in to PokerNews for all the action.

Tags: Akihiro KawaguchiBen YuBrad LindseyBrandon Shack-HarrisBrian RastDaniel NegreanuIngo KlasenJohn HenniganJosh AriehJustin LibertoMaxx ColemanNick SchulmanPhil IveyScott SeiverShaun DeebSoner OsmanSteven Abitbol

Brandon Shack-Harris Eliminated in 2nd Place ($94,247)

Livello 32
Brandon Shack-Harris
Brandon Shack-Harris

Brandon Shack-Harris: 5x2x / Jx6xQx2x / 6x All in
Scott Seiver: 6x4x / 10xJxAx7x / Kx

Left short-stacked from the hand that saw Ingo Klaven eliminated, Brandon Shack-Harris defended his bring in from Scott Seiver's raise to put himself at risk.

The cards were revealed and remaining streets dealt, giving Seiver a ten-seven to beat the queen-jack of Shack-Harris and eliminate him in 2nd place.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Scott Seiver us
Scott Seiver
13,675,000
500,000
500,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
$25K Fantasy
WSOP 7X Winner
Brandon Shack-Harris us
Brandon Shack-Harris
Eliminato
WSOP 2X Winner

Tags: Brandon Shack-HarrisScott Seiver

Ingo Klasen Eliminated in 3rd Place ($64,588)

Livello 32
Ingo Klasen
Ingo Klasen

Ingo Klasen: XxXx / 9xJx7x4x / Xx All in
Brandon Shack-Harris: XxXx / 8x10x10x9x~folded on sixth street
Scott Seiver: XxXx / 7xQxKx9x / Xx

With both Brandon Shack-Harris and Ingo Klaven holding short stacks, Shack-Harris completed, Scott Seiver raised, Klaven defended his bring in, and Shack-Harris called. All three players checked fourth street. Fifth saw Klaven bet, Shack-Harris call, and Seiver call. On sixth, Klaven bet again. Shack-Harris went deep into the tank with a lot to consider as a call would leave him with with only 100,000 in chips. Eventually, Shack-Harris folded and Seiver called.

Klaven bet his remaining chips on seventh street and Seiver called and revealed 5x3xAx for a 9-7-5-3-A to beat Klasen's 9-7-6-5-4 with Qx6x5x.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Scott Seiver us
Scott Seiver
13,175,000
5,675,000
5,675,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
$25K Fantasy
WSOP 7X Winner
Brandon Shack-Harris us
Brandon Shack-Harris
500,000
-2,600,000
-2,600,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Ingo Klasen de
Ingo Klasen
Eliminato

Tags: Brandon Shack-HarrisIngo KlasenScott Seiver

UFC Announcer Bruce Buffer Knocked Out at WSOP $50k High Roller Final Table

Livello 32
Bruce Buffer
Bruce Buffer

It is not time for Bruce Buffer to win a World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet. But the legendary UFC ring announcer wasn't far off from winning a bracelet on Sunday.

Entering the third and final day of Event #39: $50,000 High Roller No-Limit Hold'em (8-Handed), the mixed martial arts enthusiast had the smallest stack out of 13 remaining players.

Find Out How Buffer Busted Here

Tags: Bruce Buffer

Seiver Catches Shack-Harris's Hand in the Cookie Jar

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Brandon Shack-Harris completed with a 2x, Scott Seiver raised with a 6x, and Shack-Harris called.

Scott Seiver: 5x4x / 6x4x3x8x / 6x
Brandon Shack-Harris: 10x3x / 2x5xAx9x / Jx

Shack-Harris check-called on fourth and fifth streets.

Seiver bet sixth, Shack-Harris raised, and Seiver called.

Shack-Harris bet on seventh when checked to and Seiver quickly called with his eight-six to drag the pot.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Scott Seiver us
Scott Seiver
7,500,000
700,000
700,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
$25K Fantasy
WSOP 7X Winner
Brandon Shack-Harris us
Brandon Shack-Harris
3,100,000
-1,300,000
-1,300,000
WSOP 2X Winner

Tags: Brandon Shack-HarrisScott Seiver

Maxx Coleman Eliminated in 4th Place ($45,117)

Livello 32
Maxx Coleman
Maxx Coleman

Maxx Coleman: 3x2x / Jx9xAxKx / 3x All in
Brandon Shack-Harris: Qx6x / 4x5x7x5x / Ax

Brandon Shack-Harris raised Maxx Coleman's bring in and Coleman defended. Fourth street saw Shack-Harris bet and Coleman raise all-in for his remaining stack. Shack-Harris quickly called, cards were revealed, and the final streets were dealt.

Shack-Harris made a seven-six to beat Coleman's jack-nine for an elimination in 4th place.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Brandon Shack-Harris us
Brandon Shack-Harris
4,400,000
480,000
480,000
WSOP 2X Winner
Maxx Coleman us
Maxx Coleman
Eliminato
$25K Fantasy
WSOP 1X Winner

Tags: Brandon Shack-HarrisMaxx Coleman

Klasen Bluffs and Shows

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Scott Seiver limped with a 10x, Ingo Klasen completed with a 3x, Brandon Shack-Harris defended the bring-in with a Jx, and Seiver called.

Ingo Klasen: 9xXx / 3x9x6x6x / 3x
Brandon Shack-Harris: XxXx / JxKx - folded on fourth street
Scott Seiver: XxXx / 10x5x3xKx / Xx

Klasen led on fourth, and only Seiver called. The action checked through on fifth and sixth.

On seventh street, Klasen led with a bet, and Seiver went deep into the tank as he debated whether a king low was ever good here. He came extremely close to calling before he finally mucked his hand. Klasen slowly turned over his three pairs as his bluff got through with only 100,000 chips behind.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Scott Seiver us
Scott Seiver
6,800,000
500,000
500,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
$25K Fantasy
WSOP 7X Winner
Ingo Klasen de
Ingo Klasen
1,500,000
170,000
170,000

Tags: Brandon Shack-HarrisIngo KlasenScott Seiver

Soner Osman Eliminated in 5th Place ($32,136)

Livello 32
Soner Osman
Soner Osman

Soner Osman: Ax3x / 8x10x3xKx / 5x All in
Scott Seiver: Ax8x / 2x4x6xAx / 5x
Maxx Coleman: XxXx / 10xJx

Action was picked up on fourth street when Scott Seiver bet, Soner Osman raised all-in for his remaining stack, Maxx Coleman folded, and Seiver called to put Osman at risk. The remaining streets were dealt, and Seiver's six-five beat Osman's ten-eight for the fifth-place elimination.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Scott Seiver us
Scott Seiver
6,300,000
3,600,000
3,600,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
$25K Fantasy
WSOP 7X Winner
Soner Osman gb
Soner Osman
Eliminato

Tags: Maxx ColemanScott SeiverSoner Osman

Livello: 32

Ante: 50,000
High Card: 50,000
Completion: 200,000
Limits: 200,000-400,000