Ben Yu Doubles Through Kahle Burns

Ben Yu shoved all in from under the gun for 55,000 and Kahle Burns iso-shoved in the cutoff for 150,000. Yu: [AdTs] Burns: [4h4d] The board ran out [7c6sTdKcJh] and Yu secured the double.

Nick Schulman Regains Some Life

After finding a quintuple with queens, Nick Schulman was all in for 28,000 over a Ben Yu open to 16,000. Yu called. Yu: [KsTc] Schulman: [AcKc] The board ran out [4s8hQs9cAh] and Schulman doubled through.

Ben Yu Eliminated by David Peters

From the button, Ben Yu moved all in for roughly 145,000 and David Peters called in the big blind. Yu: [QsTc] Peters: [AdJs] The board ran out [7s6s8h2h2c] and Yu was eliminated.

Chance Kornuth Takes from Ben Yu

Ben Yu raised to 25,000 from middle position and David Peters called on the button, as did Chance Kornuth from the small blind. The [9s3h6d] flop checked through to reveal the [7d] on the turn. Kornuth led out for 36,000 and Yu called as Peters folded. The river fell the [2s] and

Aces in PLO for Jorryt van Hoof

Pot-Limit Omaha Jorryt van Hoof raised to 7,000 in middle position and Ben Yu defended his big blind. The [4sKd4c7sKs] board checked through to the river where Yu tabled his [JcJsTd5d]. However, it would be van Hoof's [AcAhQc3h] that earned him the pot.

Kahle Burns Check-Raises Ben Yu

Pot-Limit Omaha Ben Yu raised to 5,500 in the cutoff and Kahle Burns called from the big blind. The flop landed [2s9c4s] and Burns checked. Yu continued for 8,500, and Burns announced a bet of 39,000. Yu folded, and Burns collected the pot.

Damjan Radanov Survives

Razz Damjan Radanov completed to 8,000 and Ben Yu raised. Action folded back to Radanov, and he committed his remaining 15,500 total and each player's board ran out as follows: Radanov: [4x2x] / [Ax5x2xAx] / [Tx] Yu: [9x8x] / [3xTxKx5x] / [Jx] Radanov made a ten-five low and secured a double.

Jonathan Depa Wins Poker Masters Event #3 ($133,200)

Jonathan Depa Wins Event #3 of the 2019 Poker Masters.

The $10,000 Short Deck event at the Poker Masters has been won by Jonathan Depa who defeated a field of 37 entries to collect the top prize worth  $133,200. Depa dominated this event, holding the chip lead nearly from start to finish, busting Alex Foxen after an intense heads-up battle