And he says he's gonna do it again.
Poker pro Scott Seiver shared on Twitter about his hardcore grind session at the cash game tables.
Seiver had been successful so far in his quest during this year's WSOP. He defeated a field of 114 entries and won Event #52: $10,000 Limit Hold'em Championship for $296,222, getting himself his second career bracelet in the process. He also cashed three times more at the WSOP.
However, the 33-year-old from New York is hungry for more action, and so he went on to complete a 32-hour sesh at the poker table which he posted on Twitter.
It sure is an incredible feat to be able to go on 32 hours nonstop playing poker, but there was one poker player who holds the world record for this kind of thing - in 2010, Phil Laak played for 115 hours straight! Laak astonishingly ended the nearly 5-day long marathon playing $10/$20 NLHE with a profit of $4,000.
Even though Seiver's 32-hour grind is far from Laak's run, it still caught the eye of Joey Ingram who said, "Very GTO decision not to sleep at the table (maybe you did that at some point during the session tho)."
Falling fast asleep while playing poker could be quite ridiculous to imagine, but it can actually happen, even to the best of the best out there. Take for instance, Daniel "Jungleman" Cates fell asleep during a $5K / $10K session last month and the evidence had been duly noted by Patrik Antonius' Instagram post.
Overall, Scott Seiver has 12 cashes at the WSOP. He won his first bracelet in the 2008 WSOP $5K NLHE event for $755,891.