Brent Hanks and Remko Rinkema sit down to get you caught up on all the latest of the U.S. Poker Open as Stephen Chidwick is once again putting on a show. Sean Winter is also in strong contention along with Jordan Cristos, winner of the PLO tournament.
The guys also revisit
Jordan Cristos is viewed by many as "the tanking guy" for taking quite a bit of time to make his decisions playing in non-shot-clock tournament events. Whenever Cristos' name pops up, the association with his playing style is immediately made, but during the U.S. Poker Open, restricted by shot clocks
Jordan Cristos is now on top of the U.S. Poker Open leaderboard after winning Event #2: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha, defeating Manig Loeser heads up and earning $179,200.
Cristos came into the day as the chip leader with six left and knocked out every other player at the final table to win the
Squeezed in-between former World Series of Poker Main Event winners Greg Merson and Peter Eastgate, Sean Winter ranks 59th on the all-time money list with $11.5 million in career earnings. Can we possibly describe him as an unknown player with all that he's accomplished? It's hard not to, but what
Stephen Chidwick bagged $216,000 and 200 championship points by winning Event #1: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em of the U.S. Poker Open. Chidwick is the reigning champion of the U.S. Poker Open after winning two events last year and entered the final table third in chips behind former World Series of Poker
Today, Poker Central and ESPN released the preliminary live coverage schedule for the 50th annual World Series of Poker, which includes start-to-finish everyday coverage of the WSOP Main Event from July 3rd – July 16th. In addition to that, PokerGO will offer exclusive WSOP Main Event coverage that is not broadcast
The U.S. Poker Open kicks off inside the PokerGO Studio on Wednesday, February 13th with a $10,000 No Limit Hold’em tournament that sets in motion 11 days of high stakes action culminating with the final table of the $100,000 Main Event on February 23rd.
Today we caught up with the No. 1 ranked
The U.S. Poker Open kicks off inside the PokerGO Studio on Wednesday, February 13th with a $10,000 No Limit Hold'em tournament that sets in motion 11 days of high stakes action culminating with the final table of the $100,000 Main Event on February 23rd.
Today, we caught up with reigning and
Listen to Brent Hanks and Remko Rinkema as they have made their picks in a U.S. Poker Open Fantasy Draft, they preview the action in all 10 events, and they let you know how to follow all the action from the PokerGO Studio.
0:56 – Brent and Remko go over
The U.S. Poker Open is just a few days away as we continue to talk to some of the biggest names that will be contending for the championship trophy and the $100,000 top prize. One of the most consistent regulars in Poker Central's events of recent years is Brandon Adams