Final Table Takedown -- Nick Schulman
by Craig Tapscott | Published: Sep 19, 2012
Nick Schulman is one of the first successful online cash and tournament players to crossover and win big on the “live” scene. He won the 2006 WPT World Poker Finals. That year he also won the WPT Battle of Champions IV event. In 2009 Schulman won his first WSOP bracelet in the $10,000 World Championship no-limit deuce-to-deven draw event, defeating a final table that included John Juanda and David Benyamine. Schulman has over $5,400,000 in career tournament cashes and is tenth on the all-time WPT earnings list. Event 2012 WSOP Event #60 NL 2-7 Lowball Players 101 Entry $10,000 First Prize $294,321 Finish 1st Hand No.1 Stacks: Nick Schulman – 40,000; Villain – 36,000; Villain 2 – 48,000 Blinds: 200-400 Antes: 100 Players Remaining: 9 Key Concepts: Sometimes a good read isn’t good enough. Craig Tapscott: I’m curious. What got you into no-limit deuce-to-seven draw lowball? Nick Schulman: I started ...
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