Nick Schulman raised to 6,500 from under the gun and Orpen Kisacikoglu called on the button, as did George Wolff from the big blind. The [6h5hTd] flop checked through to reveal the [2h] on the turn. Wolff bet out 16,000 and both Schulman and Kisacikoglu called. The river fell the [As] and
It has taken many years but Jared Bleznick, formerly known by his online handle Harrington10, has taken down his first-career live tournament! Winning the $10,000 8-Game event at the 2019 Poker Masters, Bleznick outlasted the likes of Cary Katz, Nick Schulman, and Brandon Adams at the final table on his
No-Limit Hold'em After doubling through Jake Abdalla a few hands earlier, Nick Schulman would find another courtesy of Abdalla. Abdalla raised to 275,000 on the button and Schulman moved all in for 340,000. Abdalla called and tabled his [QsTh] to be racing against Schulman's [6d6c]. The board ran out [8d5c3c7h7d] and Schulman doubled
Hold'em David Brookshire raised to 50,000 in the small blind and Nick Schulman three-bet the big blind. Brookshire called, and then led out on every street of the [As8sKd8c9d] board as Schulman called him down. Brookshire tabled his [8d6c] for trip eights, and Schulman mucked.
Stud Nick Schulman had the bring-in and Mike Gorodinsky completed. Cary Katz called, as did Schulman, and action checked through on fourth. On fifth, Schulman and Gorodinsky checked and Katz bet 30,000. Schulman and Gorodinsky both folded. Schulman: [XxXx] / [3s4hAc] Gorodinsky: [XxXx] / [7h2d6d] Katz: [XxXx] / [8h9d7d]
Hold'em From under the gun, Nick Schulman raised to 24,000 and Chris Vitch called out of the small blind. The flop landed [9c6h7d] and Vitch check-called a bet of 12,000. The turn fell the [3h] and Vitch checked. Schulman bet 24,000 and Vitch folded. Schulman showed his [KdKc].