Welcome to Event #3 – $10,000 No Limit Hold’em

Welcome to the ARIA Resort & Casino and the PokerGO Studio for the 2019 U.S. Poker Open and Event #3 - $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em. In 2018, the U.S. Poker Open was a new event added to the string of Poker Central high roller tournaments and the eight events on the schedule

Ben Tollerene’s All-In Bluff Picked Off by Sean Winter

On a final board of [jc][kc][9d][jd][ah] with roughly 70,000 in the middle, Ben Tollerene bet his last 26,000. Sean Winter snap-called, and Tollerene tabled his [th][7h]. Winter revealed his [qd][td] for a flopped straight, and Tollerene was eliminated from Super High Roller Bowl V.

Ben Tollerene Loses a Flip, Uses His Last Add-On

Ben Tollerene raised on the button and Justin Bonomo moved all in out of the big blind. Tollerene quickly called and it was off to the races for Tollerene's last 70,000 with his [7c][7s] against Bonomo's [ah][kc]. The flop was [ks][qc][5h] and Bonomo moved out in front with top pair. Tollerene

Ben Tollerene Eliminated by Sean Winter

Ben Tollerene moved all in from under the gun for 33,000 and Sean Winter called from middle position. Everybody else got out of the way and the cards were tabled. Tollerene showed [ac][qh] and was flipping with Winter's [8d][8h]. The board ran out [9h][6h][5c][ks][2h] and Winter won the flip to felt

Ben Tollerene Outkicks Chris Kruk

On a flop of [ad][5d][3c], Chris Kruk checked from the big blind and Ben Tollerene bet 3,000 from under the gun. Igor Kurganov called on the button and Kruk called as well. The turn was the [ts] and Kruk checked again. Tollerene bet 12,500, Kurganov folded and Kruk called. The river