Ep. 135 The Chidwick Poker Open and Bilzerian Controversy!

Dan Bilzerian, Stephen Chidwick and Sean Winter are heavily featured on this week's Poker Central Podcast.

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

There’s No Time Like the Present for Jordan Cristos

Jordan Cristos is one of the top contender at the 2019 U.S. Poker Open after winning Event #2.

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

Today at the Open: Adams’ High Roller Atonement

The 2019 U.S. Poker Open is officially underway. From February 13-23, the world’s best will compete across ten high stakes events for the USPO Championship. The USPO trophy, $100,000, and the first High Roller Triple Crown title of 2019 is up for grabs and each day, “Today at the Open”

Through the Lens: Winter Has Arrived, Cristos Strikes Gold

Sean Winter, remember the name. Day 3 of the USPO was a Winter affair and the young pro has shined bright through the first few days in the PokerGO Studio. He opened the series with a 2nd place finish in Event #1 and then Winter final tabled Event #2. Winter

Stephen Chidwick Leads Event #3; Sean Winter Reaches Third Final Table

Sean Winter is now three for three at the 2019 U.S. Poker Open.

Day 3 of the U.S. Poker Open kicked off with Event #3 - $10,000 No Limit Hold’em event inside the PokerGO Studio. The event saw the biggest field so far with 91 entrants generating a $910,000 prize pool. The final table is a star-studded event lead by Event #1 winner

Through The Lens: Third Time’s a Charm for Chidwick

Day 2 of the USPO brought a ton of excitement, as Stephen Chidwick took down an unprecedented third USPO title. We also saw action get underway in Event 2 $10,000 PLO. The second even of the series reached the final table late last night and will feature Jordan Cristos, Cary

Today at the Open: Germany’s “Loesing” Streak

The 2019 U.S. Poker Open is officially underway. From February 13-23, the world’s best will compete across ten high stakes events for the USPO Championship. The USPO trophy, $100,000, and the first High Roller Triple Crown title of 2019 is up for grabs and each day, “Today at the Open”

Three of a Kind: Stephen Chidwick Wins Event #1 of The 2019 U.S. Poker Open

Stephen Chidwick, winner of Event #1 of the 2019 US Poker Open.

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