This is it, the final day of the 2019 USPO. Over a million on the line at today's final table, along with the $100,000 added from Poker Central to the eventual USPO over all champion. Coming into this event Stephen Chidwick and Sean Winter were tied a top the leaderboard,
Dan Smith raised from under the gun to 7,000. Action then folded around to Justin Bonomo, who re-raised to 25,000. Smith then counted out his chips, announced he was all in and was met by a snap call from Bonomo. The players then tabled their hands. Smith: [8c8d] Bonomo: [JsJd] The board ran out [Qd3sAs3h5h], which
Brandon Adams opened to 5,000 in middle position and Dan Smith called on the button, as did Seth Davies from the big blind. The flop landed [9s4dKd] and Davies checked to Adams who bet 9,000. Smith called, and Davies folded as the turn fell the [5c]. Adams checked, Smith bet 30,000, and
Brandon Adams raised pre-flop to 5,000. Dan Smith three-bet to 20,000 from the small blind. Stephen Chidwick, in the big blind, went for a four-bet to 42,000. Adams folded, Smith called. The flop was [Ad3c2c]. Smith checked, Chidwick bet 15,000, and Smith folded.
Justin Bonomo raised to 3,500 from the cutoff and Dan Smith called on the button. From the small blind, Stephen Chidwick three-bet to 17,500, and Bonomo called as Smith folded. The flop landed [5s5d2d] and Chidwick checked to Bonomo who bet 13,000. Chidwick folded, and Bonomo collected the pot.
We caught the action on the turn with the board reading [4d9c7s5s] and Stephen Chidwick bet out 15,000 and was check-called by Dan Smith. Smith then led on the river, which was the [3h], for 14,000 and Chidwick folded.
Two of the best ever - Justin Bonomo and Dan Smith - went at it in a relatively small pot. Smith raised pre-flop to 2,000 and Bonomo called. The flop was [3c9h8h] and Smith continuation bet 5,000 and saw a call. The turn was the [Th] and Smith fired 11,500. Bonomo