Update: Second WSOP Bracelet for Shulman

Successful end of Event 60 for young pro

This weekend saw the end of WSOP Event 60 – No-Limit 2-7 Draw Lowball World Championship, where 26-year-old Nick Shulman took down his second WSOP bracelet, along with a winner’s paycheck to $294,321.

On his way to this major success, Shulman had to face off another 100 entrants, and a tough final table which comprised Michael Wattel, George Danzer, Ben Parker, Ashton Griffin, John Juanda (who won the event in 2011), Bob Bright, Ali Eslami and Larry Wright.

The heads-up were intense, but fortunately for Shulman, brief, and it did not take him long to send his final opponent Michael Wattel home with a consoling prize in his pocket.

Apart from Shulman, other top earners in the event were:

Michael Wattel $181,886

George Danzer $115,295

Ben Parker $78,088

Ashton Griffin $55,482

John Juanda $41,270

Bob Bright $32,080

Ali Eslami $26,004

Larry Wright $22,368

Other cashouts included:

Andy Bloch $22,368

Erik Seidel $22,386

Jason Mercier $19,272

Daniel Negreanu $19,272

Marco Traniello $19,272

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