Nick Schulman added further evidence of being one of the best seven-card stud players in the world to his poker tournament file by winning PGT Mixed Games II Event #5: $10,200 Triple Stud Mix. Schulman topped a tough field of 40 entries to take home the $144,000 first-place prize.
The victory comes in the same year that Schulman won the WSOP $1,500 Seven-Card Stud event for his fourth WSOP gold bracelet. It also gave him the points he needed to move inside of the top 40 of the 2023 PGT leaderboard, where he now sits 39th with 817 points.
1st: Nick Schulman – $144,000
2nd: John Racener – $96,000
3rd: Adam Friedman – $64,000
4th: Chino Rheem – $44,000
5th: Damjan Radanov – $32,000
6th: Ryan Miller – $20,000
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With the win in Event #5: Nick Schulman climbed into fourth place on the PGT Mixed Games II series leaderboard. He now has 167 PGT points this series. Chino Rheem remains the leader with 287 points. Rheem finished fourth in Event #5 to earn his third cash of the series.
1st: Chino Rheem – 287 points
2nd: David Funkhouser – 187 points
3rd: Dzmitry Urbanovich – 179 points
4th: Nick Schulman – 167 points
5th: Paul Volpe – 137 points
6th: Daniel Negreanu – 118 points
7th: Andres Korn – 114 points
8th: Eli Elezra – 108 points
9th: Anthony Zinno – 103 points
10th: Adam Friedman – 98 points
PGT Mixed Games II is the second edition of the PGT Mixed Games series. The series features nine mixed-games tournaments with buy-ins ranging from $5,100 to $25,300. PGT Mixed Games II is part of the PokerGO Tour (PGT), with players eligible to earn PGT leaderboard points for finishing in the money in events. There is a PGT Mixed Games II series leaderboard that ranks the players by points earned. The player to finish with the most points and top the leaderboard through all nine events will be crowned the first-ever PGT Mixed Games II champion and win the series’ $25,000 championship bonus.
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