Top Hands from the British Poker Open

Sam Grafton, Christoph Vogelsang, and Paul Newey were involved in some of the most exciting hands at the British Poker Open!

If there's one thing the 2019 British Poker Open provided, it was drama. Thankfully for PokerGO fans across the world watching the live poker events play out, there were hundreds of things that it provided. Tension, big bluffs, excitement, bad beats, and incredible poker plays... the action at Aspers Casino

Sam Greenwood Wins Event #4 £10,000 Short Deck (£110,400)

After a short day to match the Short Deck format, Sam Greenwood blasted his way to victory in Event #4 of the British Poker Open by defeating Robert Flink heads-up at Aspers Casino. TANG AND KATZ DEPART EARLY With Cary Katz going into his fourth successive final table this series as a

Tang Eliminated As Our Bubble Boy

Danny Tang, the short stack, just moved all in for his last 440,000 chips and Robert Flink made the call. Flink: [Td9d] Tang: [Ac9c] The board ran out [9s8dTsJsAs] and the river ace sealed Tang's deal as he finished on the bubble. The remaining players are now guaranteed to take home at least

Flink Flushes Tsang Early

Robert Flink puts himself in strong contention for the British Poker Open title with a second place finish.

Anson Tsang with the [Tc9c] and Robert Flink holding [Qd6d] went into battle on the river of what had been a fairly slow board of [Jd7c9h9d7d]. Tsang checked his full house on the river, but Flink bet 175,000 and Tsang was put to a very early, yet important, decision. A call

Welcome to the Final Table of Event #4: £10,000 Short Stack

With five players waiting in the wings, we're almost ready for the kick-off of the final table of Event #4 here at Aspers Casino in London. With just four players paid, we enter pay on the bubble, with one of the fabulous five remaining players about to leave with nothing. They'll

Tang Doubles Through Greenwood

Aaron Tang was just all in for 200,000 and up against Sam Greenwood. Greenwood: [AdKs] Tang: [KcTh] The board ran out [7cQsTc6s6c] and Tang stayed in the tournament.

Strange Situation Leaves Tang Crippled

Cary Katz just limped after which Danny Tang raised to 500,000 with 200,000 left behind. The action folded back to Katz who called, thinking Tang was all in, and exposed his cards, [AdAc]. Tang immediately exposed his cards, [AsQd] despite him being not all in just yet. As the dust settled