WSOP run ends for ex-Patriots DL Seymour

Richard Seymour’s deep run to the 2019 World collection of Poker main event came to an end late Wednesday night at Las Vegas, since the former New England Patriots defensive lineman went out in 131st place out of 8,569 total entrants.
After beginning Day 5 of the tournament in 35th out of 1,286, Seymour spent all the day at the featured ESPN table. His stack rose and dropped mostly stayed within a reasonable distance of their 2.75 million processors he began with.
Seymour peaked early in the day with roughly 3.6 million processors and invested a brief stretch playing with another NFL alumnus, former Detroit Lions tight end Eric Stocz. Seymour’s stack slowly dwindled, though, because he had been forced to make a series of tough folds with big palms, until he was reduced to 725,000 chips with blinds at 30,000/60,000 (along with a 60,000 large blind ante).
“Richard Seymour’s deep rush into the 2019 World collection of Poker main event came to an end late Wednesday night at Las Vegas, since the former New England Patriots defensive lineman went out in 131st place from 8,569 total entrants.
After starting Day 5 of this championship in 35th from 1,286, Seymour spent all the day in the featured ESPN dining table. His stack rose and dropped mostly remained within a reasonable space of their 2.75 million processors he started with.
Seymour peaked early in the afternoon with roughly 3.6 million chips and spent a brief stretch playing another NFL alumnus, former Detroit Lions tight end Eric Stocz. Seymour’s stack slowly dwindled, however, because he had been forced to create a set of tough folds with large hands, until he was reduced to 725,000 chips with blinds at 30,000/60,000 (along with a 60,000 big blind ante).
He wager all-in for 725,000 and confronted two other players with his tournament at stake.
Richard Seymour: Kh-4d
Zhen Cai: Qh-Qd
Anuj Agarwal: Ad-3d
Seymour received a generous flop, as the Kc-6h-2d board gave him a set of kings and the lead. The hand was lost for good on the turn, though, since the Q’s gave Cai an unbeatable three-of-a-kind. The K’s river was salt in the wound, giving Seymour three championships to Cai’s full house.
For his efforts, Seymour earned a payday of $59,295 — the second-largest result of his poker career. All told, Seymour has earned $638,293 playing poker tournaments, as stated by the Hendon Mob database”

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