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Nick Schulman wins $918,000 in first event of inaugural Poker Masters

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Posted on 18 September 2017 by "T".

Nick Schulman has become the victor in the first $50,000 NLHE buy-in event of the inaugural c high-stakes tournament series.

Around 50 players have participated in the first $50,000 NLHE event, and it was Schulman who dominated, earning $918,000 as his reward. This prize amount is actually his second-biggest in his career, and now his total live tournament wins are more than $10 million!

This is also his second $50,000 High Roller event that he won this year, as he successfully dominated in the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open $50,000 Super High Roller held in August, winning $440,000 in the process.


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5 comments on "Nick Schulman wins $918,000 in first event of inaugural Poker Masters"

 Tony_MON7ANA18/09/2017 14:17:33 GMT
Huge congratulations go out to Nick Schulman on being crowned champion of the $50,000 buy-in inaugural Poker Masters event. And well done on breaking the $10 million career earnings barrier at the age of 32.
 Mober18/09/2017 20:28:06 GMT
He is having a good year so far.
Good results with big prizes.
Also his total winnings of 10 millions are good.
Now it is easier for him to enter tournaments with 50k buy ins for example.
Would be interesting to see if hes is backed or not.
 doubletop77719/09/2017 06:52:11 GMT
Many congratulations to Nick Schulman on winning this high roller and the $918,000 first prize. It must be very nice to be able to afford to play in one of these and we can all dream of doing so
 Gerimantas19/09/2017 16:38:56 GMT
A lot of !oney for the win, to male almost one million of dollars in one evening is great feeling i th8nk, of course I do not know for dure because I won only less than $100 and no more, so to win something like one million is hard to understand for me.
 pochui19/09/2017 18:13:28 GMT
yeah quite a nice payday, 918,000 dollars is some cash to win in a single tournament, but if you think that the buyin is 50,000 this means that he won just under 20 times the buyin amount which is not mindblowing tbh

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