Scott Blumstein is best known for his domination of the 2017 WSOP Main Event final table, winning the event for more than $8 million.
Blumstein took a huge pot off crowd favorite John Hesp, and from that point, he never looked back. See Johnathon Little’s analysis of the hand below.
Live Poker Results
Scott Blumstein was effectively a no-name poker player prior to his main event run. He had a total of just over $300,000 in tournament cashes before his multi-million dollar WSOP score.
His biggest score was in a $560 tournament, where he took home an incredible $199,854. This accounted for the majority of his live poker earnings.
His WSOP Main Event win puts shoots him up the all-time earnings rankings. His dominance during the final table, and his excellent performance heads-up shows this is fully deserved.
Online Poker Results
Blumstein is known as ‘SBlum2711’ online, and primarily plays on PokerStars and PartyPoker in New Jersey.
He has 3 tracked cashes of over $1,000 with a biggest score of $2,572.
First World Series
This was Scott Blumstein’s first WSOP Main Event, which adds an even more incredible aspect to his success.
Scott Blumstein’s Net Worth
Given everything we know about him, it is estimated that Scott Blumstein’s net worth is $8.5 million.
It’s yet to be determined whether he will continue his poker career, and even become a professional player, but he likely will continue to play and increase his net worth.
Blumstein will likely get some sponsorship deals off the back of his Main Event win too, which will contribute to his net worth quite substantially. It’s yet to be determined whether his 888 final table sponsorship deal will continue.