Schulman wins WSOP Deuce

American poker player Nick Schulman won the WSOP (World Series of Poker) 10000 dollars Deuce to Seven Draw Lowball event in the year 2009 and now he took the same title for the second time. This time he won the title from a pack of 101 poker pros including a whole lot of great poker players like Barry Greenstein, Jennifer Harman, Shaun Deeb, Phil Ivey and Phil Hellmuth.

More than that the double champ confronted top poker figures like John Juanda, Ali Eslami and Larry Wright who ended at 9th spot and was the very first pro to leave the final table. Ali Eslami ended at 8th spot and John Juanda finished at the 6th place. German player George Danze was finished third and the final battle was contested between Nick Schulman and Mike Wattel.

The spectators at the poker room at Rio appreciated Schulman performance and stated that he really deserved his 2nd bracelet. He also received a huge amount of $ 294321 for his feat. Runner up Mike Wattel received a sum of $ 181,886. Ben Parker finished at the fourth spot. Ashton Griffin and Bob Bright finished 5th and 7th place respectively.

The prize pool of the event was shared by top fourteen players. Top poker pros who were in the money list were Marco Traniello, Andy Bloch, Erik Seidel and Daniel Negreanu.