Scott Seiver Pushes Life Time Earnings Over $23 Million With WSOP Win

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33-year-old native of Columbus, Ohio, Scott Seiver, has won the $10K Limit World Championship and a cool $296,222 that went with it, bringing his life time earnings on the World Series of Poker circuit to over $450,000. In live play around the world he has now won just over $23 million.

“I made a couple big hands, which is really what you need in this game, and it helped catapult me up, out of the danger zone.”

He added, “I like the feel of the table in limit hold'em better. It's more friendly, more cameraderie. As you saw today, there was just a lot of laughing and joking throughout the day.”

Other Notables:
Among those cashing in Event #52 were Glaser (10th, $20,253), Nick Schulman (11th, $20,253), Mario Ho (12th, $20,253), Brock Parker (14th, $17,000), and John Hennigan (16th, $14,615). Hennigan's cash may push him back into the led in the 2018 WSOP Player of the Year race when points re update early Thursday morning.

Final Table Payouts (POY points in parentheses):

1st: Scott Seiver, $296,222 (1,008.68)
2nd: Matt Szymaszek, $193,081 (504.34)
3rd: Anthony Zinno, $129,186 (453.91)
4th: Christopher Chung, $93,009 (403.47)
5th: Matt Glantz, $68,352 (378.26)
6th: Philip Cordano, $51,296 (353.04)
7th: Daniel Zack, $39,329 (302.60)
8th: Michael Moore, $30,821 (277.39)
9th: Ken Deng, $24,700 (252.17)

- Ace King, Gambling911.com