December 11, 2023 2 min read


Erik Seidel Clinches 10th WSOP Bracelet with Super High Roller Triumph

Erik Seidel, a Poker Hall of Famer, clinched his tenth World Series of Poker bracelet in the $50,000 Super High Roller at WSOP Paradise

The legendary Erik Seidel secured his tenth World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet by claiming victory in $50,000 Super High Roller at the WSOP Paradise, held at the Atlantis Resort in The Bahamas. 

Erik Seidel Triumphs in $50,000 Super High Roller

Seidel, a Poker Hall of Famer, now joins an exclusive group of players with ten bracelets, including poker luminaries such as Phil Ivey, Johnny Chan, and the late Doyle Brunson. Phil Hellmuth, with a staggering 17 bracelets, remains the sole player with more WSOP victories than Seidel.

Reflecting on his achievement, Seidel expressed the joy of reaching the coveted double-digit bracelet milestone. Seidel shared during a post-victory interview: “Any time you win a bracelet is just an incredibly special thing. To get to ten, I don’t know, it’s a beautiful feeling. It’s just so nice when things go well like this.”

The $50,000 Super High Roller event attracted a formidable field of 137 entries, amassing a substantial prize pool of $6,850,000, with 21 players cashing in. Seidel faced stiff competition at the final table, featuring notable players such as Seth Gottlieb, Jason Koon, and Alex Foxen.

Seidel’s journey to the bracelet involved navigating through a challenging heads-up battle against Seth Gottlieb, whom Seidel acknowledged as a “dangerous” opponent. Despite the pressure, Seidel emerged victorious, clinching the title with a final hand that showcased his strategic prowess.

Erik Seidel’s Remarkable Return to Live Poker Glory Beyond the Bracelet

This triumph represents more than just a financial windfall for Seidel, as it also signifies his first live bracelet victory in 16 years. In addition to the bracelet, Seidel secured a $25,000 bonus from GGPoker for making his third WSOP final table of the year, showcasing his consistency on the high-stakes tournament circuit.

Erik Seidel’s impressive WSOP bracelet collection spans several decades, with victories dating back to 1992. His dedication to the game and ability to adapt to evolving poker landscapes have solidified his status as one of the greatest players in the history of the sport.

As the poker community celebrates Seidel’s historic achievement, the seasoned professional remains focused on the game he loves. “I’m still trying to keep up with these guys. I’m talking to people, working hard and playing… Part of it is just I love the game. I love to wake up and play, so hopefully, I can keep that enthusiasm,” Seidel affirmed, hinting at more poker triumphs in his future.


Silvia has dabbled in all sorts of writing – from content writing for social media to movie scripts. She has a Bachelor's in Screenwriting and experience in marketing and producing documentary films. With her background as a customer support agent within the gambling industry, she brings valuable insight to the Gambling News writers’ team.

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