We've spotted a few new faces in the field, including two-time NL 2-7 Single Draw bracelet winner Nick Schulman. Schulman won his first WSOP bracelet back in 2009 when he found himself at the $10K NL 2-7 final table. Schulman was joined by the likes of David Benyamine, Archie Karas, John Juanda, and Steve Sung on the quest for that bracelet. In the end, Schulman overcame Ville Wahlbeck heads up to claim $279,751 in first-place prize money.
Three years later, Schulman once again rose to the top of a stacked field to claim a seat at the final table of this event. That year, Schulman outlasted a final table of Bob Bright, Juanda, Asthon Griffin, George Danzer, and Mike Wattel to earn his second bracelet and $294,321.
Schulman continued to show his proficiency in draw games this year, racking up a final table appearance in Event #5: $10,000 Limit 2-7 Triple Draw Championship. Schulman ultimately finished in 4th place, pocketing him a payday of $99,015.