When the final table of the Super High Roller started yesterday, David "Doc" Sands had nearly half the chips in play. Sands, as many expected, remained in the lead for most of the day as the field was reduced.
After Nick Schulman had been eliminated in 3rd place during Level 23 (80,000/160,000+20k ante), Sands and Scott Seiver were the last men standing. Sands had about 60 percent of the chips in[...] Read more » PCA 2013: Scott Seiver Wins The Super High Roller!
Joined: Sep '12
Age: 25 (M)
Good day everyone I kinda watched the webcast of this super high roller on the webcast but it was too late in the night and could'nt watch the whole thing it was good hope i had watched the whole thing !!! i felt nick schulman would win it !! but he crapped out at 3rd position !! Scott seiver was lucky with those pocket 99's !!!
Joined: May '08
Age: 32 (M)
well lets be honest here- a bad beat cost david almost 800K, and seiver just got lucky when i mattered, i'm not arguing whether he's a good or bad player- he just caught the right cards at the most important moment. lool now david is probably thinking that he should have agreed to split the prize-pool
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 37 (M)
It shouldn't have been easy to see the first time ran away from our hands because of a well played hand. 99 vs 1010 is a runner runner, 1010 ahead pre-flop, but after the flop things are completely different and, in this case, the tables cards brought the victory to the weaker hand and that kept till the end. Then it was just a matter of time.
Joined: Apr '11
Age: 51 (M)
The $100,000 Super High Roller event attracted a respectable field of 59, which consisted of some of the biggest names in poker including Jason Mercier, Antonio Esfandiari, Tobias ' Reinkemeier, ElkY, Vanessa Selbst, Tom Dwan, Phil Ivey and Daniel Negreanu. They all would have to step aside for WPT and WSOP winner Scott Seiver, who defeated David Sands heads up for the title and the $2 million first prize.
Joined: Sep '12
Age: 25 (M)
Posted by Sorin888: The $100,000 Super High Roller event attracted a respectable field of 59, which consisted of some of the biggest names in poker including Jason Mercier, Antonio Esfandiari, Tobias ' Reinkemeier, ElkY, Vanessa Selbst, Tom Dwan, Phil Ivey and Daniel Negreanu. They all would have to step aside for WPT and WSOP winner Scott Seiver, who defeated David Sands heads up for the title and the $2 million first prize.
Good day everyone Its a great start for scott this year !!! i see he cashed out really well quite a few times already this year !!! thats good for him ... hope he does well in future too ... good luck to him !!! but what kind of play did all these PS team pro players !!!! they had great reputation but not even a single person made it to the final table !! all were unlucky at the same time !!
Joined: Dec '10
Age: 24 (M)
I loved how Vanessa Selbst busted out 3 barrel bluff against a nut flush And I watched the livestream of the final table untill there were 3players left.. Crazy start for the final table AA's KK's QQ's AK's like everywhere
It can be seen again in poker, anything can happen! Only 60% of the chips, and even with the dominant cards called the all-in and there is only 1 ticket and almost all the chips are gone so that you have to go to the next all-in hand.
Joined: Feb '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 53 (M)
A nice end to the year and a good start to a new one for Scott....... I'm not sure it matters that it comes down to a few lucky cards or quality play, as whichever way, he won and if we all think of our best wins, there was a huge lucky turn or river involved!