There's only one event left to be completed, but there are still plenty of big names in contention for the U.S. Poker Open Championship! After his big win, Koray Aldemir is now among the contenders while Sean Winter and Stephen Chidwick are tied for the lead. If none of the players
Nick Petrangelo raised to 5,000 in the cutoff and Cary Katz defended his big blind. The flop landed [Th4h2d] and Katz check-called a bet of 4,000 from Petrangelo. The [Ac] and [Ah] on the turn and river checked through and Petrangelo tabled his [3s3h]. Katz revealed his [QhTd] and collected the pot.
There are two events remaining for players to earn points toward the overall USPO standings and the $100,000 added prize. Stephen Chidwick (540 points) has maintained his lead through eight events with Sean Winter (440 points) in second place. With his win, Nick Schulman (410) now sits just behind the two
Bryn Kenney opened under-the-gun for 30,000. Action folded around to Cary Katz in the big blind who moved all-in for 225,000. Kenney decided on a fold.