Imsirovic Jumps Into U.S. Poker Open Contention with Event #5 Win

Ali Imsirovic is a real contender at the 2019 U.S. Poker Open.

The U.S. Poker Open Championship battle is heating up after reigning Poker Masters champion Ali Imsirovic took down Event #5 - $25,000 No Limit Hold'em - today on PokerGO. Sean Winter has maintained his lead with Stephen Chidwick in second place while Jordan Cristos is the only other players to

Ben Yu Scores Double Knockout of Ali Imsirovic and Jordan Cristos

The flop read [KcJs3c] and Ben Yu fired out a pot-sized bet of 69,000. Ali Imsirovic made the call, which was slightly more than his entire stack. Jordan Cristos then came over the top all-in and Yu made the call. Yu: [QcQhJc9c] Cristos: [AsAcJsXx] Imsirovic: [Ah4d3h3s] The turn came [5c], giving Yu a flush,

Jordan Cristos Three-Bets Ben Yu Off Hand

Ben Yu opened for 18,000 on the button and Jordan Cristos, in the big blind, raised the pot, which was nearly his entire stack. Yu briefly pondered a call before deciding on a fold.

Jordan Cristos Doubles Through Alex Foxen

On a flop of [6c7s2c] with roughly 37,000 in the middle, Jordan Cristos was all in for his last 31,000. Anthony Zinno folded, but Alex Foxen called. Foxen: [KcQcQs4h] Cristos: [Jc9c7h6s] The turn and river landed the [8d] and [9d] and Cristos doubled through.

Ben Yu vs. Joshua Ladines

Jordan Cristos limped the cutoff for 4,000 and Joshua Ladines raised to 16,000 from the small blind. Ben Yu made it 52,000 from the big blind, and after Cristos folded, Ladines called. The flop fell [8d5sQd] and Ladines checked to Yu who opted to bet 55,000. Ladines folded, and Yu collected