Eli Berg Eliminated by Sam Soverel

Sam Soverel opened from under the gun to 30,000 and Stephen Chidwick called in the small blind. Eli Berg shoved from the big blind for 240,000, and Soverel moved all in over-the-top to force Chidwick out. Soverel: [AcKs] Berg: [5h5d] The board ran out [6c2d7cJsKc] and Berg was eliminated.

Eli Berg Doubles Through Bryn Kenney

Bryn Kenney opened to 35,000 in the hijack and Eli Berg shoved from the big blind for 120,000. Kenney called, and the cards were revealed. Kenney: [Ad9h] Berg: [7d7h] The board ran out [6h8d9cTcAc] and Berg doubled through.

Seidel Stays Aggressive

Erik Seidel continues to make aggressive moves as the 90-entrant field in the $10,000 buy-in of Event #1 of the 2019 U.S. Poker Open approaches a final table. Reigning Open champion Stephen Chidwick found himself in the wrong spot when he raised to 22,000 pre-flop. Eli Berg four-bet the action to

Ricky Guan Shoves on Wilkerson and Berg

We picked up the action as Dylan Wilkerson opened under the gun plus one to 2,500. Ricky Guan called from the cutoff only to see Eli Berg three-bet to 10,500. Both Wilkerson and Guan made the call. The flop came [Jh6s8d] and both Wilkerson and Guan checked it over to Berg

Benjamin Pollak Wins 2018 U.S. Poker Open Event #6 For $416,500

Benjamin Pollak wins Event #6 of the 2018 US Poker Open.

Benjamin Pollak is the newest player to climb behind Stephen Chidwick on the U.S. Poker Open leaderboard. Pollak won the $25,000 No Limit Hold'em High Roller for his third cash of the series. The final table was the second for the 2017 WSOP Main Event finalist, who is now up