Joseph Orsino just moved all in for roughly 300,000 chips and from his direct left, Bob Zeidman called all in. The other players folded and the showdown went as follows. Orsino: [AdQc] Zeidman: [Ah9s] The board ran out [3h5dJc4c5s] and Zeidman was eliminated to bring us down to the money bubble.
We arrived on the scene with J.J. Feregrino all in and at risk for his tournament life with the flop showing [As5c3c]. Feregrino tabled [3d3h] and was up against Joseph Orsino's [Ah7h]. The turn, the [6h], and the river, the [9h], brought no help and Feregrino doubled up.
Action picked up on the flop of [Td8cQh] and Joseph Orsino moved all-in and got a call from Larry Wright who was holding. Joseph Orsino [KhQs] Larry Wright [JcTc] The [Ad] landed on the turn giving Orsino a little extra help. He got all the help he needed on the river when the
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
Stephen Chidwick bagged $216,000 and 200 championship points by winning Event #1: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em of the U.S. Poker Open. Chidwick is the reigning champion of the U.S. Poker Open after winning two events last year and entered the final table third in chips behind former World Series of Poker
Stephen Chidwick bagged $216,000 and 200 championship points by winning Event #1: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em of the U.S. Poker Open. Chidwick is the reigning champion of the USPO and entered the final table third in chips behind former World Series of Poker November Niner Joseph Cheong. "I kept running as I
Joseph Orsino and Joseph Cheong were heads up with the board reading [AdQsTs] and Orsino checked. Cheong bet 150,000 and Orsino raised to 500,000. Cheong instantly shoved all in, putting the remaining 700,000 of Orsino at risk. He called quickly and was behind holding [QdTc] against the [AcTh] of Cheong. The turn
Stephen Chidwick, the reigning US Poker Open champion, has final tabled Event #1: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em and will enter the day in third behind three-time WSOP circuit ring winner Joseph Cheong and Lazaro Hernandez, both making their first USPO final table appearance. Watch today's final table live and exclusively on PokerGO starting