Nick Schulman opened to 150,000 from the small blind with , Scott Seiver defended from the big blind with an unknown hand, and the flop was . Schulman led out for 180,000, and Seiver raised to 400,000.
Schulman re-raised to 775,000, Seiver moved all in, and Schulman called all in for 1.65 million.
Seiver showed .
The turn was a meaningless , but the spike on the river, doubling Schulman.
Schulman now has over 3.6 million chips, while Seiver dipped to 3.3 million.
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