Chance Kornuth Holds Overwhelming Chip Lead at Event #6 Final Table

The 2019 Poker Masters is now on the backend of the schedule as Event #6: $25,000 No-Limit Hold'em took center stage from inside the PokerGO Studio. With the second half of the schedule also seeing an increase in buy-ins, an impressive total of 51 entrants would take a seat in

Ben Heath Triples

Ali Imsirovic raised to 80,000 in the hijack and Ralph Wong called on the button. Ben Heath was all in for 40,000 from the big blind with 5,000 in the middle for his ante. The [Jd8dTh8sJc] board checked through to the river and Heath tabled his [Qh9h] to best Imsirovic's [Tc9c]

Ralph Wong Doubles Through Ben Heath

Ben Heath opened to 80,000 in middle position and Ralph Wong defended his big blind. The flop landed [4cQc9h] and Wong checked to Heath who continued for 60,000. Wong used a time extension, and then moved all in for 455,000. Heath called. Wong: [4s4h] Heath: [KcQd] The turn and river landed the [Ah] and

Ben Heath Doubles Through Andras Nemeth

Andras Nemeth shoved the button for 560,000 and Ben Heath called all in from the small blind for 250,000. Nemeth: [QhJh] Heath: [AcTh] The board ran out [6d4c6s7d2h] and Heath secured the double up.

Heath Doubles Through Nemeth

Ben Heath just ended up all in before the flop for 162,000 and he was up against Andras Nemeth. Nemeth: [AcJs] Heath: [QsQc] The board ran out [7dKdTcKs5d] and Heath stayed alive as his big pair held up.

Nick Schulman Adds Some More

Nick Schulman raised to 8,000 in the cutoff and both Ben Heath and Kristen Bicknell called in the blinds. The flop landed [4d6dJs] and action checked to Schulman who bet 12,000. Heath folded, but Bicknell called as the turn landed the [Qh]. Bicknell checked, Schulman bet 32,000, and Bicknell folded.

Ben Heath Doubles Through Ryan Laplante

Ryan Laplante opened to 7,000 in middle position and Ben Heath called in the big blind to reveal the [JhTs4s] flop. Heath check-called a bet of 8,000 as the turn fell the [Td]. Heath now elected to lead out for 18,000 and Laplante called. The river fell the [5h], and Heath moved

Matthias Eibinger vs. Ben Heath

Catching the action on the turn with the board reading [5h7h2sJc] and 31,000 in the middle, Ben Heath checked from the big blind and Matthias Eibinger bet 21,000 from under the gun. Heath called, and then both players checked the [Qs] on the river. Heath tabled his [As7d], but Eibinger revealed his