Seth Davies opened to 55,000 from under the gun and Jake Schindler shoved all in next to act for 250,000. Action folded back to Davies, and he called. Davies: [AcTc] Schindler: [7h7d] The board ran out [TdThQc9c2s] and Schindler was eliminated.
Seth Davies raised under the gun to 30,000 and from the next seat over Jake Schindler shoved all in for his last 170,000. It folded back around to Davies who made the call with [AsTc], but was trailing the [JdJs] of Schindler. The board ran out [2c8s8d9dJd], giving Schindler a full house
On a flop of [9c3h2d], Cary Katz check-raised all in from the big blind for his last 173,000 against Jake Schindler in the cutoff. Schindler: [KhKs] Katz: [Js9s] The turn of the [Jd] thrust Katz into the lead, and when the [Td] fell on the turn, he would double through.
After recently eliminating Justin Bonomo and doubling through Jake Schindler, Seth Davies is currently progressing towards being the first player to enter the seven-figure club. Most recently, Davies defended his big blind to a 18,000-chip raise from Jake Schindler under the gun. The flop landed [Kd5c3c] and Davies checked to Schindler who
Justin Bonomo raised to 6,000 from middle position and Jake Schindler called on the button. The [Ac6d4c5s6c] board checked through to the river where Bonomo bet 20,000 and Schindler folded.
Jake Schindler raised to 3,500 from middle position and was called by Randall Emmett from the cutoff and Sam Soverel from the big blind. The dealer spread a flop of [2d3cQh], which was checked to Emmett who bet 6,000 and Soverel was his only caller. Soverel bet 6,000 on the [3h] turn
Jake Schindler opened the action from under the gun to 3,500. Erik Seidel was next to act and called. Action folded to Joseph Orsino in the cutoff who three-bet to 15,000. The blinds folded and the action was back on Schindler who mucked his cards. Seidel thought it over before cutting
With the board reading [5cTc4c] Jake Schindler shoved for his last 30,000 and Farid Jattin made the call. Schindler: [AsAd5d5h] Jattin: [KcQcTd2d] Schindler was all in and would need to find some help on the turn or the river to keep his tournament hopes alive. The turn was the [Ac] giving Schindler a better
The action folded to Jake Schindler on the button and he opened to 4,500. Kristin Bicknell folded her small blind and the action moved to Maxx Coleman in the big blind. Coleman three-bet to 11,000 and Schindler made the call. The flop came [6d4dKc] Coleman continued for 12,000. Schindler checked his
Jake Schindler has been eliminated in 9th place in Event #1 of the U.S. Poker Open. Schindler was eliminated by Joseph Cheong who held pocket kings. Cheong moved all in and Schindler called for his remaining 200,000. The two players showed their hands: Cheong: [KdKs] Schindler: [Qc6c] A harmless runout eliminated Schindler from the