Erik Seidel Wins Ninth Wsop Bracelet In Super Millions High Roller
In order to maintain momentum and keep doing what he loves, he made up his mind to transit into a more conventional 9 to 5 job, working under a regular schedule and a constant paycheck. Interestingly, his new career didn’t stand a chance as it all ended in the year 1987. The closure to his stockbroker career came at the wake of the crash in the stock market, which caused a lot of stock brokers to lose their jobs, including Seidel.
He finished in the first place and won the grand prize of $210,000 USD. By this time, Seidel has taken his place among top poker players of all times. Although he had won so much at this time, remained his humble self and maintained a low profile. Seidel has excelled in other live poker tournament as well. In 2001 he won the Jack Binion World Poker Open in Tunica. In 2003 he placed second in the United States Poker Championship.
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Erik finished 2011 by cashing twice at the WSOP Europe Cannes, where he finished 12th for €26,618 in the €10,000 NLHE Mixed event, and finished 21st in the Main Event for €37,000. In March 2010, Seidel finished in second place in the National Heads-Up Poker Championship and collected $250,000 after a 2–1 loss to Annie Duke in the final.
+ Get the latest poker news, poker strategies, and special offers sent directly to your inbox. “Nothing about Erik surprises me. He is just a wonderful player, in any environment. I think it’s great validation for him to thrive online, as well, so I’m thrilled he was able to capture an online bracelet.” Erik Seidel has made many great decisions at the poker table during his career, but one of his all-time best decisions was choosing to get involved with Full Tilt Poker during its early days. The fact that Erik Seidel is still a formidable and successful player 23 years later is a rarity in the world of poker, where many players take down a big score, only to disappear and never be heard from again. GPID is a unique identification number, assigned to each individual player, that will be used in the future in order to register for most poker tournaments around the world.