Sean Winter raised to 60,000 from the cutoff before Cary Katz moved all in from the button for 320,000. The blinds folded, and Winter instantly called. Winter: [AhKc] Katz: [AhQh] The flop landed [3s7cAc] to see Katz still needing to find a queen to stay alive. The turn of the [As] gave Katz chop
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.
Cary Katz raised to 20,000 from under the gun and Nick Petrangelo called in the big blind. The flop landed [5s4hKd] and Petrangelo checked to Katz who continued for 25,000. Petrangelo folded, and Katz collected the pot.
Alex Foxen opened to 17,000 from the hijack and Ben Yu moved all in from the button for 179,000. Cary Katz used one of his time extension banks, and then moved all in for 86,000 from the small blind. Foxen folded, and the cards were revealed. Katz: [9d9c] Yu: [8d8c] The board ran
Nick Schulman won Event #8 - $25,000 8-game mix for $270,000, defeating a field of 20 entries and eventually defeating Brandon Adams heads up. Schulman entered the day in second place with four remaining but managed to overtake Adams and eventually defeat him. Adams took home $150,000 for his second-place finish. "It feels damn
Cary Katz limped in for 4,000 and David Peters shoved from the small blind for 61,000. Justin Bonomo isolated from the big blind for roughly 300,000, and after using a time extension bank, Katz called all in for roughly 130,000. Peters: [9h9s] Bonomo: [AdQd] Katz: [KcQc] The board ran out [4s9c8h2sTc] and Peters tripled up
Cary Katz raised to 10,000 in the cutoff and Justin Bonomo three-bet next to act on the button to 28,000. Action folded back to Katz, and he moved all in for 167,000, and sitting with 171,000 himself, Bonomo called to put Katz at-risk. Katz: [AdKh] Bonomo: [KsKd] The board ran out [3sTh5h7hTs] and Katz