| Max Seidelmann |
First Class Passenger
|Died|| 15 April, 1912|
RMS Titanic (sunk), Atlantic Ocean
|Alias(es)||"The Sharpie of Spruce Street"|
|Aboard the Titanic|
|Occupation||Buyer for Haymakers Department Store|
Max Seidelmann (d. 15 April, 1912) is an American gambler, smoker, and friend to Carlson. Seidelmann is a buyer for Haymakers Department Store in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where he resides. He is very outgoing and gregarious. Carlson meets Seidlemann on the night of the sinking where he suggests to Carlson to play blackjack with Buick Riviera.
He indirectly provides an important clue to the whereabouts of The Notebook when the player is looking for it.
He does not survive the sinking, and can be found on the aft section of the boat once all of the boats are gone.
|Passengers of the RMS Titanic|
|First Class||Sasha Barbicon | Eric Burns | Stephanie Burns | Frank Carlson | Daisy Cashmore | George Quincy Clifford | Andrew Conkling | Beatrix Conkling | Henry Gorse-Jones | Ribeena Gorse-Jones | Bruce Ismay | Georgia Lambeth | Charles Lambeth | Claris Limehouse | Mrs. Limehouse | Buick Riviera | Max Seidelmann | Isidor Straus | Leyland Trask | Willi von Haderlitz | Alfred Zeitel|
|Second Class||Penny Pringle | Edgar Troutt|
|Third Class||Edward Hacker | Jack Hacker | Shailagh Hacker|
|Crew||Lift Attendant | Third Officer Morrow | Seaman 1 | Seaman 2 | Seaman 3 | John Smethells | Stoker | The Purser|