The newest season of High Stakes Poker concluded on Wednesday night with the 14-episode run seeing the return of the show after a nearly ten-year hiatus. Season 8 of High Stakes Poker saw the debut of 16 players, while the likes of Tom Dwan, Phil Ivey, Brandon Adams, and Phil Hellmuth
Season 8 of High Stakes Poker continues tonight with Episode 9 featuring an entirely new line-up of players playing $400/$800 No-Limit Hold'em. Tom Dwan is the only returning player having appeared in every episode of the season, but Phil Hellmuth, Brandon Adams, and Phil Ivey make their season debuts, while
Matthias Eibinger shoved for 240,000 from the cutoff and Brandon Adams used three time extensions and then called all in from the big blind for 88,000 total. Eibinger: [AdJc] Adams: [Qd3c] The board ran out [Tc4s3s8dKs] and Adams doubled through.
Laurynas Levinskas shoved all in from the button for 64,000, and after using a time extension, Brandon Adams called in the small blind. From the big blind, Sean Winter moved all in for roughly 340,000 and Adams folded. Levinskas: [AhTc] Winter: [As5s] The board ran out [8sQd5d6hJc] and Levinskas was eliminated after Winter
Ralph Wong raised to 13,000 in the cutoff and Brandon Adams called in the big blind. The flop landed [JhJs3h] and Adams checked. Wong bet 10,000, and Adams called before the [4s] and [2d] checked through. Adams tabled his [5c5s], and Wong mucked.
Ryan Laplante raised to 5,000 from under the gun and Ali Imsirovic called in the small blind, as did Brandon Adams in the big blind. The flop landed [6dJhJc] and Imsirovic and Adams checked to Laplante who bet 4,000. Imsirovic check-raised to 14,000, and after Adams folded, Imsirovic called. The turn fell
George Wolff raised to 2,500 from under the gun and Brandon Adams three-bet the big blind to 12,500. Wolff called, and the flop landed [9hKs7h]. Adams continued for 9,000 and Wolff quickly folded.
It has taken many years but Jared Bleznick, formerly known by his online handle Harrington10, has taken down his first-career live tournament! Winning the $10,000 8-Game event at the 2019 Poker Masters, Bleznick outlasted the likes of Cary Katz, Nick Schulman, and Brandon Adams at the final table on his