David Peters Wins 2018 Poker Masters Main Event ($1,150,000)

The 2018 Poker Masters has officially come to a close with the completion of the $100k Main Event. David Peters came out on top after a grueling final day, eventually defeating Dan Smith heads up to take home the title. Despite not being able to catch Ali Imsirovic in the race for the purple jacket, Peters did come out on top as the overall most money earned throughout the series.

The grand finale to Poker Masters wrapped up on PokerGO with Event 1 winner David Peters putting a bow on the series with a win in the $100,000 Main Event. Peters defeated a tough crowd of 25 players and earned $1.15 million for his efforts. The final table aired with

Ali Imsirovic Goes Back-to-Back to Win $50,000 Title on PokerGO

Ali Imsirovic stands alone at the top of the Poker Masters leaderboard following his second win in as many days. The young star surpassed his win in the $25,000 No Limit Hold'em event by taking down the $50,000 tournament today on PokerGO. Imsirovic earned $799,000 and jumped past Brandon Adams

Ali Imsirovic Adds USPO Event #5 To His Resume ($442,500)

Ali Imsirovic is third in Poker Masters following his $25,000 No Limit win. (Photo: Poker Central)

Ali Imsirovic is the fifth winner of the Poker Masters. Imsirovic topped 66 entrants to win the $25,000 No Limit Hold'em title to win $462,000 and 300 points toward the Poker Masters leaderboard. The final table aired on PokerGO with heavy hitters Brian Rast, Jason Koon, Ben Yu, Jake Schindler,

Bryn Kenney Eliminated in 11th Place

David Peters raised to 22,000 in the cutoff and Bryn Kenney moved all in from the button for 295,000. Action folded back to Peters, and he called having Kenney covered by two big blinds. Peters: [QcQs] Kenney: [KdJs] The board ran out [6s6cTs8d6d] and Kenney was eliminated in 11th place.

Bryn Kenney Doubles Through Nick Petrangelo

In yet another blind versus blind confrontation, Bryn Kenney shoved all in from his small blind and was called by Nick Petrangelo from his big blind. The players tabled their hands, with Kenney in the lead and needing his hand to hold, which it did after the board ran out [5cAd2h6s4c]. Kenney: