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Tag: Scott Seiver

Scott Seiver Eliminated By Fedor Holz

Fedor Holz raised to 6,000 from middle position, Bill Perkins called from the cutoff, Scott Seiver called from the button, Nick Petrangelo called from the small blind, and Dan Shak called from the big blind.

Seiver Doubles Through Kaverman

Picking up the action after the turn of a board with about 87,000 in the pot, Byron Kaverman checked from the big blind and Scott Seiver bet 27,000 from the hijack.

Just The Nuts

Bill Perkins, Scott Seiver and Nick Petrangelo went three ways to a flop with Petrangelo on the button. Perkins led for 3,500 and only Seiver made the call.

Seiver Doubles Through McKeehen

Scott Seiver may have fallen on hard times since we last saw him, as he was all in for 17,500 when we arrived at his table. He held the and was at risk against Joe McKeehen's .

Scott Seiver Eliminated in 10th Place ($96,500)

Ivan Luca put everyone behind him at risk with a shove in the cutoff, and Scott Seiver thought briefly before calling off his minuscule stack.

High Rollers Are Not For the Faint of Heart

Steve O'Dwyer just doubled up on the bubble, and he theatrically reached for his heart after winning a massive coin flip.

Here Comes the $100K Super High Roller Champ

With around 150,000 in the pot and a flop of , Scott Seiver checked from the small blind and Bryn Kenney bet 84,000 from the big. Seiver thought for a bit before moving all in, and Kenney snap-called off for 458,000 total.

Kenney & Seiver Chop Up Clark's Stack

Zachary Clark raised to 130,000 from the button, which was about half his stack. Scott Seiver then three-bet all in for 377,000 from the small blind, and Bryn Kenney four-bet all in over the top.

Seiver Stays Alive

Scott Seiver moved all in for 176,000 from the button and Nick Petrangelo called from the big blind. Petrangelo: Seiver: Seiver had kicker problems, but he had reason to hope when the flop delivered him a flush draw.

Seiver Takes One From Dvoress

Scott Seiver raised from the button to 2,500 and Daniel Dvoress three-bet to 8,000 from the small blind. The flop came down and Dvoress check-called 9,500. On the turn the hit and Dvoress check again, after which Seiver bet 19,000.

Seiver the First to Go

Scott Seiver, who won this event back in 2013, became the first player to fall on Day 2. It happened after Daniel Dvoress raised from early position and then called Seiver's three-bet jam.

Day 2 of $100,000 Super High Roller at Noon; Shakerchi Leads

Welcome back for Day 2 of the 2016 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure $100,000 Super High Roller. Day 1 saw 49 entries tallied throughout, with 32 competitors surviving at the end of the first eight levels of action.

Seiver Folds to Petrangelo's Shove

The board read when we saw Scott Seiver check-call a bet of 72,000 from Nick Petrangelo. On the river the hit and Seiver checked again. Petrangelo moved all in to put Seiver at risk, but after a few seconds he folded.

Seiver Doubles Through Timex

Just before the level went up, action folded to Mike "Timex" McDonald on the button and he raised to 6,000.

Kanit Busts Out a Little DJ Casper After Beating Holz

Fedor Holz bet 12,500 on the flop, and Mustapha Kanit made the call to see the land on the turn. Holz bet 14,500, and Kanit called again. The river was the , and Holz fired 36,500. Kanit called.

PCA Retrospective: From Bubble To Champion, Redemption for Seiver in 2013

Scott Seiver's $100,000 entry in 2012 didn't work despite the player putting in three days of work. After earning the unwanted title of "bubble boy," Seiver was back in the action the following year and looking to reach the money.

Vogelsang's Pair Wins

The board showed when Christoph Vogelsang took his time before check-calling 5,500 bet by Scott Seiver. The turn brought the and Vogelsang tanked for quite some time before check-calling another 13,000.

Getting on the Board is Key

Scott Seiver, who topped a field of 47 entries to win this event in 2013 for $2,003,480, opened for 3,300 from early position and Talal Shakerchi called from the hijack.

To Show or Not To Show

On the board, Dani Stern checked. Christoph Vogelsang fired a bet of 7,500, and Stern called to see the complete the board on the river. Stern and Vogelsang both checked, and then Stern turned over the for two pair.

O'Dwyer Takes First Big Pot of the Day

Not too many of the early hands in these events are that exciting or big, but this one between Steve O'Dwyer and Scott Seiver reached six figures thanks to a big bet on the end from Seiver and a call from O'Dwyer.

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