One of the smaller events of this year's World Series of Poker, the $1,500 Seven Card Stud, saw 311 players buying in. After two days of play, only eight remained, battling for the bracelet. Six out of the remaining eight players had won a bracelet before, and it was no one less than Shaun Deeb who came out the strongest.
These were the chipcounts at the final table:
After a bustout-galore, Shaun Deeb started the heads-up play against Adam Friedman with a 2:1 chip advantage. Deeb appeared unstoppable, within no-time Friedman was down to just a couple of big bets. In the final hand of the tournament, Shaun Deeb tabled for two pair, ten's and five's, which was enough against the of Friedman, who was eliminated in second. Shaun Deeb won the tournament and added another six-figure payday to his resumé.
These were the results of the final table: