The condensed episodes of the 2018 U.S. Poker Open, as they aired on NBC Sports, are now available on PokerGO! Ready to start watching? Go straight to PokerGO right now and start watching Stephen Chidwick's epic display of dominance in Las Vegas.
Across 12 episodes, you get to relive the 2018
Run it Back with Remko brings you an exclusive look into the brightest minds of the game and the biggest hands they played. Today, we look back at Jason Koon's epic fold against Benjamin Pollak at the final table of one of the 2018 U.S. Poker Open final tables.
Sit back, relax, and enjoy this lengthy conversation with U.S. Poker Open champion and the current No. 5 on poker’s all-time money list, David Peters. After the interview, Brent and Remko dive into the Power Rankings as well as the Effing Five.
1:00 – We are joined by David Peters
These last two weeks, the eyes of all poker fans were locked in on the ongoings at the PokerGO Studio. As the U.S. Poker Open saw, arguably, its most fascinating outcome with a battle for the overall trophy as well as the $100,000 Main Event culminate at the same time.
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The U.S. Poker Open has wrapped up and it's time to get back into our normal grind. As they always say when referring back to big life events, "I'm glad we have the photos so we can look on it," and that's what we're doing today in this edition of
The High Roller of the Year race is off and running. Each week, Poker Central is your home for the results, stats, and stories from the world’s biggest events. From 2019 U.S. Poker Open to Super High Roller Bowl VI and everything in between, Poker Central is your High Roller of
The U.S. Poker Open has just wrapped up and Stephen Chidwick fell just short of a title defense, placing third overall behind Sean Winter and David Peters. For a long time though, Chidwick was in the lead for quite some time with his sights set on the $100,000 top prize
Just like that the 2019 USPO has come and gone. Heading into the final day, there were a few ways the USPO could shake out, but Sean Winter was likely the betting favorite. If Winter's cashed, he would have locked up the title and $100,000 bonus, but if he busted
"Optimal" best summarizes David Peters, winner of the 2019 U.S. Poker Open.
His clothing is optimally comfortable, his sentences are optimally structured to convey their message clearly and concisely, and above everything else, his play is optimal to deliver consistent results only a few in the entire history of the game