The 2019 U.S. Poker Open is headed towards an epic finale with the $25,000 Mixed Game Championship and a $50,000 and $100,000 No Limit Hold'em event still to come, but will all those that content fall short again of the man who's dominated this series in unrelenting fashion? Stephen Chidwick
Defending U.S Poker Open champion Stephen Chidwick has taken the Championship lead with another incredible win, taking down the $25,000 Pot Limit Omaha event for $351,000 after defeating Cary Katz heads up. This marks Chidwick's second win of the series, his fourth in total, after making nine of a possible fifteen final
Ali Imsirovic shoved from under the gun for 50,000 and Sam Soverel isolated from the small blind for 100,000. Imsirovic: [AdQh] Soverel: [5c5h] The board ran out [Ah7d9h6s9d] and Imsirovic doubled through.
After everyone else folded, Ali Imsirovic limped in the small blind and Joseph Cappello checked behind. The flop came [Ac8dQd] and Imsirovic bet 3,000. Cappello called. The turn was the [5c]. Imsirovic checked. Cappello bet 7,000 and his opponent folded. It was a small loss there but Imsirovic has been on
Jake Schindler had been getting low on chips for a while but his short stack problems are gone. Ali Imsirovic raised to 4,500 on the button and Schindler moved all-in for 70,500 in the big blind. Imsirovic made the call. Schindler: [4c4h] Imsirovic: [AsTh] The board ran out [3c5s9h8sQc] and Schindler won the
Action picked up on the river with a board that read [6d7sJd7c3h]. Ali Imsirovic, a day removed from his title in Event #5, bet 32,000 which was just under the size of the pot and his opponent, Alex Foxen made the call. Imsirovic showed [Td7h] for trips and a surprised Foxen