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Tag: Scott Seiver

Back-to-Back Shoves by Drinan

Hand #40: Scott Seiver raised to 150,000 from the hijack and took down the blinds and antes. Hand #41: David Peters raised to 145,000 and Brian Rast called from the big blind to see a flop of .

Erik Seidel Eliminated in 7th Place ($860,000)

Hand #39: Scott Seiver raised to 150,000 from the hijack, Erik Seidel three-bet shoved from the cutoff for 870,000 and Seiver called. Seiver: Seidel: The flop came down , giving Seidel the lead with aces and queens.

Kuznetsov Shoves

Hand #35: David Peters raised to 145,000 from the cutoff and Scott Seiver called from the big blind. The flop came and Seiver checked to Peters who continued for 155,000. Seiver called to see the turn which both opted to check.

Seidel Getting Short

Hand #26: Erik Seidel raised to 150,000 from the hijack and David Peters called from the small blind. They checked to the river of a board where Peters bet 180,000. Seidel folded after about 50 seconds.

A Chopped Pot Marks the High Point of Hands #11-15

Hand #11: Timofey Kuznetsov limped the small blind, David Peters checked his option from the big, and the flop fell . Kuznetsov led out for 90,000, Peters called, and the dealer burned and turned the .

Marchese Chipping Up

Hand #6: David Peters raised to 135,000 from the button and Brian Rast called from the big blind. The flop came down and Rast checked to Peters who bet 140,000. Rast folded, giving Peters the pot.

Slow Action in First Five Hands

Hand #1: Chip leader Brian Rast started with the button. Tom Marchese opened the action with a raise to 135,000 from the cutoff and took down the blinds and antes.

Lamb Led to the Slaughter

Scott Seiver opened for 125,000 from middle position only to have Ben Lamb three-bet shove for 595,000 from the hijack. Timofey Kuznetsov then four-bet all in over the top from the small blind for about 1.

Rast Gets Seiver Off His Hand

Brian Rast raised to 120,000 from the hijack and Scott Seiver called from the cutoff. Erik Seidel came along from the small blind and three players took a flop of . Seidel checked, Rast bet 170,000, and Seiver called.

Two Pair for Seiver

Erik Seidel raised to 90,000 on the button, and Scott Seiver called out of the big blind. The flop fell , and both players checked to see the pair the board on the turn.

Seidel's Deuce Takes It

Erik Seidel check-called a bet of 85,000 from Scott Seiver on the flop before seeing the dealer land the out on the turn. Seidel checked again, and Seiver reached for chips. He then bet 215,000, and Seidel called.

Kuznetsov Folds River To Seiver

Scott Seiver and Brandon Steven checked the flop to Timofey Kuznetsov. Kuznetsov bet 70,000, Seiver called, and Steven folded. The turn was the , and both players checked to see the land on the river.

Huge Clash Lands Brian Rast a Pot of 3.8 Million

Wow, wow, wow! Up on the main feature table, Brian Rast and Tom Marchese just clashed in a huge pot worth over 3.8 million in chips. The result? Rast is now the chip leader of this event with 13 players left.

Seiver Increases His Lead

Tom Marchese and Scott Seiver were involved in a pot on a flop of . Marchese checked, and Seiver fired what looked to be 135,000. Marchese called, and the dealer dealt the on the turn.

Seiver Beats Lamb

Ben Lamb checked the flop to Scott Seiver. Seiver bet 60,000, and Lamb called. The turn was the , and both players checked to see the land on the river. Both checked again. Lamb tabled the , but Seiver had the best of it with the .

Kim Chops To Stay Alive

Dong Kim moved all in from the cutoff seat for about 170,000, and Scott Seiver called from the button. Everyone else folded, and it was Kim's up against Seiver's . The flop came down and further put Seiver in front.

Trickett Done and Dusted

We're not sure how the action unfolded up at the feature table, but we do know Sam Trickett managed to get his chips all in on a flop and was at risk against Scott Seiver.

Robl Shoves on Seiver

Andrew Robl raised to 30,000 from the hijack, Scott Seiver three-bet to 85,000 from button, Robl four-bet to 230,000 and Seiver called. The flop fell and Robl checked to Seiver who bet 125,000.

Kurganov Flushed Away on First Hand of Day 2

It took just one hand for the first player to bust here on Day 2.

Marchese Doubles Through Seiver

Tom Marchese just ended up all in for this tournament life before the flop for 212,000 and he was up against Scott Seiver. Seiver: Marchese: The board ran out and Marchese found a pair of tens to stay alive.

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