Scott has singularly refused to just sit on his massive chip lead, bringing his wall of chips into play regularly, winning many of the early pots.
He has tangled several times with David Seidman, with varied results.
Here's the low down.
Seid Turns The Tide
Dave Seidman has been getting pressurised by Seiver. After Seiver raised the button to $45,000, he re-popped him to $145,000, refusing to be bullied by the chipped up player.
Seiver was in no mood to back down though and pushed his $3 million stack into the middle very quickly.
Seidman sighed, checking round the table, to get an idea of the remaining chip stacks and laid it down...
#img: anders-henriksson_17065.jpg:right: So Sick, Henrik #
However, he was soon to get stuck into Seiver once more.
In a raised pot preflop, Dave Seidman checked, and Scott now bet out $80,000 on the 8♥ 9♥ 4♠ flop.
Seidman made his move and check-raised to $320,000 only to be met by an instant push from Seiver.
He called, as he was pot committed, but Seiver had caught him with his hands in the till, tabling T♠ J♠ for an open ended straight draw as a jovial Seiver flipped up pocket cowboys.
Looking bleak for Seidman now, he only had eight outs to hit and the turn blanked out, the 4♥ appearing. He was about to be eliminated in 8th but then a miracle 7♦ fell on the river.
Fistpumps, whooping and hollering were the order of the day as he doubled through to roughly $1,600,000 chips.
Scott Seiver took the beat well, laughing jovially as he has been prone to do so far and still in possession of a huge stack of chips.
Geyer Gone! (OUT in 8th)
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Adam Geyer shoved from UTG with his shortstack, only to find the newly bolstered Seidman re-shoving from behind him.
He tabled Nines to Seidman's Aces, and despite a nine hitting the board, his set was no good by the river as an Ace popped out too.
Adam Geyer is OUT, eliminated in 8th spot, winning $94,481.
Deja Vu? (Henriksson OUT - 7th)
In a raised pot preflop, contested three way, Chuck Sklar bet out on the K♠ 8♥ 9♦, only to find Anders Henriksson moving in behind, and Ben Sprengers also shoving!
Sklar must've wondered what he had walked into and once he folded it became apparent.
Ben Sprengers turned over a pretty pair of bullets, but Henriksson had hit the flop harder, holding 9-9 for a set.
He was all ready to double up, but the cruel hand of the poker gods was to crush his dreams as incredibly a further ace spiked, for the 2nd elimination in a row involving a set of nines over Aces.
All this meant we lose a player, Anders Henriksson is OUT, in unfortunate fashion, winning $120,249 for his trouble.
The battle for braceleted glory continues!