Nick Schulman has won Event #60 at the WSOP, the No Limit Deuce-to-Seven Lowball. Schulman took home $294,321 for winning the event, at the same time securing himself the second bracelet of his career.
Nick Schulman has won the World Series of Poker's Event #60, the No Limit Deuce-to-Seven Lowball.
The event was the last to be played before the Main Event, and drew a small field of just 101 runners.
On his way to the win, Schulman beat a tough final table, consisting of among others John Juanda
and Ashton Griffin
. Heads-up, Schulman defeated Mike Wattel after a entering the final with a 6-1 chip lead.
Also making notable finishes were Marco Traniello in 14th, Daniel Negreanu
in 13th, Jason Mercier
in 12th, Erik Seidel in 11th and Andy Bloch in 10th.
The win will give Schulman the second bracelet of his career, after he won the same event back in 2009. He will also collect a $294,321 first prize.
"It's a real honor. It's really a great accomplishment but also a reminder of how tough it is and what it needs to go right," Schulman said after his win.
"It's just a great feeling and I'm really honored to win it again. I don't know how some of these guys do it six, seven times," he added.
The win will further bring Schulman's career earnings to a total of $5,429,338.
His biggest result to date remains to be his breakthrough win in the 2005 WPT World Poker Finals, for which he bagged a hefty $2,167,500 first prize.