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2018 WSOP: Event #64: $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better won by Dan Matsuzuki for $364,387

Tags: 2018 WSOP, Dan Matsuzuk.
Posted on Friday, July 06, 2018 by "T".

Dan Matsuzuki, a resident of Tempe, Arizona, has won his first ever gold bracelet in this year's WSOP Event #64: $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better. The first place cash prize of $364,387 in this event is now his biggest career cash as his previous best is just a 9th place finish in the 2015 WSOP $1,500 Ten Game Mix 6-Handed for $9,018.

Matsuzuki said after he won, "It still hasn't hit me really. I wasn't even going to play this event, but my buddy convinced me. 'Come on; Let's gamble' - those were his exact words. He took a piece of me and we registered on Day 2 and I just got a good run of cards. There was a little strategy behind [registering on Day 2]. I know these guys have a little edge on me in the tournament and have more experience and stuff, so I just felt like lessening the amount of time in the field was to my advantage."

Matsuzuki entered the final table on survival mode as he was last place in chips. He said, "I got heads-up with Scott [Bohlman] and I know he's one of the better tournament players around. I just felt fortunate enough to take home the victory."

Matsuzuki said Stud Hi-Lo is the "most entertaining" of the mixed games and a good amount of luck also allowed him to be able to win his first WSOP gold bracelet, "When the limits get so high, it's whoever gets lucky at the right time. They're the one who is going to end up with the bracelet. Fortunately enough I caught a couple of good cards on seventh street, and that's it!"

Event #64: $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better Final Table Results

Place

Player

Country

Prize

1

Dan Matsuzuki

United States

$364,387

2

Scott Bohlman

United States

$225,210

3

Ken Aldridge

United States

$154,648

4

Chris Vitch

United States

$108,739

5

Daham Wang

United States

$78,337

6

Jerry Wong

United States

$57,855

7

Bryce Yockey

United States

$43,833

8

Joseph Michael

United States

$34,089

Source:
https://www.pokernews.com/tours/wsop/2018-wsop/event-64-10000-7-card-stud-hilo/chips.226677.htm

 


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7 comments for "2018 WSOP: Event #64: $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better won by Dan Matsuzuki for $364,387"

 doubletop7777/6/2018 8:48:35 AM GMT
Another fantastic name for a tournament, Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or better. There are so many variations of poker it is staggering. I can barely master one let alone all the others!!
 Gerimantas7/6/2018 3:33:47 PM GMT
It is so amazing to see this result for person who isnbiggest win of 9000 dollars in his poker career, now.gets more.than 360000 of dollars. It is about 37 times more, wow i think he is so happy now
 Mober7/6/2018 5:19:33 PM GMT
With that buy in his friend got it right :let's gamble" Smile and it paid off.
Not one of the best returns compared to all the other tournaments so far,
but still a small fortune.
Lucky gamble with a gold bracelet for it.
 CALICUL7/6/2018 9:05:17 PM GMT
An interesting name are this American who won this poker tournament. Is a nice result, especially since he entered directly from the second day of this tournament. Dan Matsuzuki is another player who won a tournament after his friend insisted on playing in this game. Beautiful inspiration.
 pajalnick7/6/2018 10:05:04 PM GMT
a good story ... to achieve great victories can probably many people just they do not believe in themselves ... and then everything turned out ... and winning more than 300,000 is a pleasant result and an incentive to play further and reach new heights and new victories ... wonderful Worship
 sohelbd777/8/2018 12:51:35 PM GMT
Card Stud Hi-Lo, what type of game this is. Actually I want to know more about this game. Will someone please tell me something more besides this news? I am waiting for your reply.
 pochui7/9/2018 1:39:44 PM GMT
stud hi/lo is a great game, I really enjoyed it when trying to learn the game o play money tables at pokerstars back in the days. of course it's quite a different game when you shell out 10k for the buy-in and have plenty of pros at your table, but I reckon I would still enjoy this game better than nl holdem.

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