Former Patriots star Richard Seymour may be better at poker than at football.
After winning three Super Bowl rings in New England, Seymour was on the verge of possibly adding another coveted jewel to his personal collection: a diamond bracelet, which will be awarded to the World Series of Main Event winner. Poker 2019.
After four days of poker in Las Vegas, Seymour is well positioned to eventually win, but was eventually eliminated and finished in 131st place. The defensive lineman of the Patriots finished the action on Tuesday with 2.75 million chips, the 35th total chips of all players. Seymour started Tuesday with 2.5 million euros and was able to add 150,000 chips in total during the day.
Make sure to stream an exclusive action of WSOP actions on CBS All Access. Reigning player Shaun Deeb is leading the game in the one-on-one match, which will end with a final table on CBS All Access on Thursday.
Seymour was one of the 354 players still standing in the tournament on Wednesday, he was in the top 40 after the competition. To put this in perspective, there was a total of 8,569 participants in this year's Main Event, which means that Seymour has survived 8,215 players, more than 95% of the group.
If Seymour had been able to qualify for the final table, not only would he have had the chance to win a diamond bracelet, but he would also have been lucky enough to win the $ 10 million prize that will be awarded to the winner. of the main event.
Seymour has raised $ 89.5 million in her 12-year career, including seven Pro Bowl stays. The 2001 first choice spent the first eight seasons of his career with the Patriots before signing with the Raiders and spending four years at Oakland (2009-12).
As for his poker career, Seymour is not left out. By the time of this year's main event, he had already raised nearly $ 600,000 in winnings.
You can check the number of chips updated at the end of Wednesday's action by clicking here. You can also watch live and exclusive streaming all WSOP 2019 actions by clicking here and heading to CBS All Access.