Ben Lamb Eliminated in 4th Place ($97,500)

Cary Katz and Ben Lamb got all in on the [As8s5c] board. Lamb let for 200,000 with [Kh7h9s6s] and Katz reraised the pot with [AcJh9h8d] putting Lamb's remaining stack at risk when Lamb called. The turn was the [5h] and the river was the [8d], giving Katz a full house and eliminating

Lamb Takes Two From Katz

Cary Katz raised the small blind into Ben Lamb and Lamb moved all in from the big blind. Katz called. Katz: [Ah6d5c2s] Lamb: [AcTc8h3c] The board ran out [KhKs4h8dTd] and Lamb doubled through Katz. On the next hand, Lamb moved all in for 200,000 with [KsKcQs9s] after the flop came [Ts3c2h]. Katz limped preflop

A Double For Rafael

Cary Katz limped from early position and Ben Lamb raised on the button with [KhKcJh4h]. Sean Rafael called from the big blind with [AsQhJc8d]. The flop came [6d4s2s] and Rafael checked. Lamb bet enough to put Rafael all in and Rafael called looking for another spade to complete his flush. The turn

Chidwick Looking to Retake USPO Lead at Event #6 Final Table

Stephen Chidwick is now the only player besides Sean Winter to make four final tables at the 2019 U.S. Poker Open. Chidwick is currently sitting 100 points behind Winter. He will tie Winter for the lead with a third-place finish. As for today, Chidwick enters as the chip leader with

Event #6 Final Table

Seat 1: Ben Lamb - 450,000 Seat 2: Tom Marchese - 265,000 Seat 3: Sean Rafael - 890,000 Seat 4: Stephen Chidwick - 2,375,000 Seat 5: Cary Katz - 665,000 Seat 6: Anthony Zinno - 1,225,000