Pedro Bromfman Doubles Through Jorryt van Hoof

No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw Pedro Bromfman raised to 75,000 on the button and Jorryt van Hoof shoved all in from the big blind for roughly 1.1 million. Bromfman called all in for 575,000 and stood pat after van Hoof drew one. Bromfman: [Tx9x6x4x2x] Van Hoof: [8x6x4x3x] Van Hoof caught the [Ax], and Bromfman doubled

Jorryt van Hoof vs. Kahle Burns

Pot-Limit Omaha On a board of [Qd6dQh8s], Jorryt van Hoof bet out 65,000 from the big blind and Kahle Burns called in the cutoff. The river landed the [6s] and van Hoof bet 180,000. Burns used a time extension, and then called. Van Hoof tabled his [QcTh9d8h] for a full house, and Burns

Yuri Dzivielevski Over 1 Million

Pot-Limit Omaha Catching the action on the board of [8cJc2c8h4s] with roughly 150,000 in the middle, Yuri Dzivielevski bets out 125,000 from the small blind. Jorryt van Hoof is on the button, and he uses a time extension before electing to fold.

Stephen Chidwick Doubles Through Jorryt van Hoof

Jorryt van Hoof opened to 35,000 in the hijack and Stephen Chidwick moved all in from the big blind for 281,000. Van Hoof called. Van Hoof: [9s9d] Chidwick: [4h4c] The board ran out [8s2s4dTs2d] and Chidwick connected with his set and improved to a full house to double through the Dutchman.

Brandon Adams Doubles Through Jorryt van Hoof

No-Limit Hold'em Jorryt van Hoof raised to 7,000 in the cutoff and Brandon Adams three-bet to 23,000 on the button. Action folded back to van Hoof, and he moved all in for roughly 300,000. Adams called all in for 126,500. Van Hoof: [5c5h] Adams: [QhQd] The board ran out [KcAhTs3h7c] and Adams secured the

Aces in PLO for Jorryt van Hoof

Pot-Limit Omaha Jorryt van Hoof raised to 7,000 in middle position and Ben Yu defended his big blind. The [4sKd4c7sKs] board checked through to the river where Yu tabled his [JcJsTd5d]. However, it would be van Hoof's [AcAhQc3h] that earned him the pot.

Jonathan Depa Wins Poker Masters Event #3 ($133,200)

Jonathan Depa Wins Event #3 of the 2019 Poker Masters.

The $10,000 Short Deck event at the Poker Masters has been won by Jonathan Depa who defeated a field of 37 entries to collect the top prize worth  $133,200. Depa dominated this event, holding the chip lead nearly from start to finish, busting Alex Foxen after an intense heads-up battle