Justin Saliba Shoves on Jared Jaffee

On a board of [Jc3s3c4sJh] with roughly 50,000 in the middle, Justin Saliba bet 128,000 leaving himself just 1,000 behind. Jared Jaffee was his opponent in the hand, and he burned through three time extensions before opting to fold.

Ray Qartomy Bets Out Justin Saliba

Jared Jaffee opened to 2,500 from under the gun, and action folded to Ray Qartomy on the button, and he called. Justin Saliba was in the small blind, and he called. Matthew Ploof was in the big blind, and he called to send us four ways to a flop. The

Joe McKeehen Claims U.S. Poker Open Event #3 Win for $200,200

Joe McKeehen did not take it easy on his six opponents at the final table of 2021 U.S. Poker Open Event #3: $10,000 No Limit Hold'em as he turned his chip lead into a $200,200 win. McKeehen, a former WSOP Main Event winner, sees himself jump up the Championship standings

Andrew Lichtenberger Eliminated in 8th Place ($30,800)

On the first hand of the unofficial final table, Andrew Lichtenberger moved all-in for his last 265,000 from middle position. Action folded to Justin Saliba in the small blind, and he re-shoved for 700,000. Joe McKeehen folded the big blind, and the cards were tabled. Lichtenberger: [Ac7d] Saliba: [AsJh] The board ran out [Js2d5s6d9h],

Cary Katz Eliminated in 10th Place ($23,100)

Justin Saliba opened to 310,000 from the button, leaving 5,000 behind. Barry Hutter was in the small blind and folded. Cary Katz was in the big blind and called all-in for 270,000 total. Katz: [QhJc] Saliba: [Ac2d] The board ran out [AsTd6h8cTc], and Saliba flopped a pair of aces to

Justin Saliba vs. Cary Katz

Cary Katz raised to 35,000 in the cutoff and both Andrew Lichtenberger and Justin Saliba called in the blinds. The flop landed [9dAhAs] and Katz continued for 35,000. Only Saliba called before both players checked through the [4c] on the turn. The river was the [Ts] and Saliba moved all-in for 180,000

Andrew Lichtenberger Doubles Through Justin Saliba

Andrew Lichtenberger raised to 30,000 in the cutoff and Justin Saliba three-bet to 80,000 from the button. Lichtenberger responded by moving all-in for 425,000, and Saliba called. Saliba: [AsKh] Lichtenberger: [QhQc] The board ran out [9s4s5d9h2s] and Lichtenberger doubled through.