David Peters has shown once more that he's one of the best of the best by taking down his third event in just five days at the 2021 U.S. Poker Open, this time winning Event #11: $25,000 No Limit Hold'em for $465,750. Peters came out on top at a final
Frank Funaro shoved all-in from the cutoff for 51,500 and Nick Schulman isolated from the small blind. Funaro: [QcJc] Schulman: [Ad8h] The board ran out [6c3dTc6h8s] and Funaro was eliminated.
Frank Funaro moved all-in from late position for his last 130,000, and Vitaliy Rizhkov called from the big blind. Funaro: [Tc6c] Rizhkov: [AcQc] The board ran out [AdQdKhJs8h], and Funaro turned a straight to double.
John Riordan shoved all-in for 65,000 in the cutoff before Frank Funaro isolated from the small blind for his last 165,000. Cary Katz used a time extension from the big blind before he called. Riordan: [3s3d] Funaro: [AcAd] Katz: [KsQh] The board ran out [JsKd6h9c3c] and Riordan struck gold on the river to triple