Ryan Laplante was at a loss for words after he took down the 2019 Poker Masters $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha event today. The long-time poker pro battled his way through a tough field of 62 entries that culminated with him beating the Event #1 runner up, Chance Kornuth, heads up.
Sean Winter is all in for his last 77,000 from the big blind against Brent Roberts under the gun. Winter: [AdAc8c4h] Roberts: [AsKhTd9d] The board ran out [9s9h4dAh3h] and Winter secured the double.
Frank Stepuchin is planning a party as he heads into the World Poker Tour Gardens Poker Championship final table as chip leader this coming Tuesday. With just six players remaining, the forthcoming WPT Gardens Poker Championship draws to a conclusion this Tuesday on PokerGO. The chip leader, who has more than
Cary Katz raised to 120,000 in the cutoff and Brent Roberts defended his big blind. The flop landed [5h3s2s] and Roberts checked to Katz who announced a bet of pot totaling 325,000. Roberts instantly mucked, and Katz collected the pot.
Brent Roberts potted from early position to 140,000 and Sean Winter raised in the cutoff. Roberts called all in for his 300,000 and tabled his [AhQsJd9d] to be against Winter's [AcAd]XxXx. The board ran out [5sQhTcQd3c] and Roberts turned trips to double again.
Adam Hendrix opened to 110,000 from under the gun and Brent Roberts called in the cutoff. Hendrix tossed in 10,000 and Roberts called all in. Hendrix: [AcKcQdJh] Roberts: [JcTc9s2s] The board ran out [7s6s2h9c8s] and Roberts doubled with his rivered flush.
Brent Roberts potted the button to 105,000 and Sean Winter defended his big blind. The [6s8s5s3s9c] board checked down to the river where Winter bet 175,000 and Roberts folded.
Following the elimination of Dan Shak, the final seven players have combined into the Event #2 final table and will play until one more player is eliminated. Event #2 Final Table Line-Up Seat 1: Sean Winter - 1,150,000 Seat 2: Manig Loeser - 1,125,000 Seat 3: Cary Katz - 1,200,000 Seat 4: Adam Hendrix -