The World’s Most Famous Poker Players – Part 1

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As an avid poker fan and PokerGO subscriber, we don't need to tell you who the best and most famous poker pros are, but what if you're new to the game of poker? What if you're looking for a way to learn how to play No Limit Holdem? Or what

U.S. Poker Open 2020 Dates & $100,000 Prize Pool Announced for High Roller of the Year

High Roller of the Year 2020

Today, Poker Central announced the launch of the 2020 High Roller of the Year competition as well as the dates for the 2020 U.S. Poker Open. Inaugurated in 2018, the High Roller of the Year award is based on points multipliers gained through performance at Poker Central’s premier events including

Poker Masters Recap

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The 2019 Poker Masters saw Sam Soverel carve his name into history as he became the latest winner of the fabled Purple Jacket. By following in the footsteps of Steffen Sontheimer and Ali Imsirovic, who won the series in 2017 & 2018, Soverel achieved poker history. It was all the

Ep. 172 Sam Soverel’s Poker Masters Domination

Brent and Remko break down the 2019 Poker Masters and WSOP Player of the Year upset!

Brent Hanks and Remko Rinkema jumped straight onto the microphones after the final card hit inside the PokerGO Studio during the Poker Masters and broke down Robert Campbell’s epic WSOP Player of the Year win as well as Sam Soverel’s Poker Masters Domination.  00:35 – Brent and Remko react the

Sam Soverel Wins the Poker Masters Main Event, Purple Jacket & $100,000 Championship Prize

Sam Soverel showing off the Poker Masters Purple Jacket after a truly historic performance inside the PokerGO Studio.

In what will go down as one of the most impressive showings in a single poker tournament series, Sam Soverel has closed out his historic Poker Masters championship run by winning the $50,000 Main Event for $680,000. In total, Soverel recorded seven final tables across 10 events, cashing for a

Kahle Burns Wins Poker Masters Event #9 for $416,500

Kahle Burns wins Event #9 of the 2019 Poker Masters.

Kahle Burns has done it! The Australian pro has taken down Event #9 of the 2019 Poker Masters for $416,500 after beating reigning Poker Masters champion Ali Imsirovic heads up. By winning this event, Burns stays in contention for the Purple Jacket along with Sean Winter, Chance Kornuth, and current

Final $25K Final Table Could Decide Poker Masters

Sam Soverel enters the Event #9 final table looking to extend his lead atop the Poker Masters Championship Standings. Soverel currently holds a 60 point lead on Chance Kornuth - meaning that if Soverel wins Event #9, he will have an insurmountable lead heading into the $50,000 finale. What happens if

Sergi Reixach Wins Poker Masters Event #8 for $369,000

Sergi Reixach wins Poker Masters Event #8 for $369,000.

Spanish high roller specialist Sergi Reixach has won his first Poker Masters event as he took down the $25,000 No Limit Hold'em Event #8 for $369,000 after beating George Wolff heads up. Sam Soverel, who finished fourth, took over the Poker Masters Championship lead from Chance Kornuth with only two

How Can Sam Soverel Take the Poker Masters Lead

Through seven events of the 2019 Poker Masters, Chance Kornuth still leads with 630 points. Kornuth has three runner-up finishes this week and while another cash could lock up the Purple Jacket - another cash by Sam Soverel could swing the race. Sam Soverel is 60 points shy of Kornuth -