After 10 days of intense, high-stakes poker action inside the PokerGO Studio in Las Vegas, we are now officially down to the final day of the second annual U.S. Poker Open. Chris Hunichen holds the chip lead with nine players left in Event #10 - $100,000 No Limit Hold'em Main
Ben Yu put on a clinic throughout Day 1 of Event #7 that sent him to the final table, which you can watch on PokerGO Wednesday at 5 p.m. EST, with a big chip lead.
Yu wasn't the only poker player who performed at a high level on Day 1. Lauren
Stephen Chidwick is on his way to do it again! The No. 1 on the UK all-time money list has made his ninth U.S. Poker Open final table and on Tuesday he'll look to win his fourth event. Chidwick is the reigning U.S. Poker Open champion and a big result
With six players remaining in the action-packed U.S. Poker Open Event #4 - $10,000 Short Deck, David Peters holds the chip lead. The tournament attracted 42 entrants to the PokerGO Studio outside the ARIA Resort & Casino on the Las Vegas Strip Saturday evening.
Once play concluded at 11:45 pm PST,