The 2019 Poker Masters saw Sam Soverel carve his name into history as he became the latest winner of the fabled Purple Jacket. By following in the footsteps of Steffen Sontheimer and Ali Imsirovic, who won the series in 2017 & 2018, Soverel achieved poker history. It was all the
Kahle Burns is all in from the button for 3,025,000 against Alex Foxen in the hijack. Burns: [KcKd] Foxen: [AhTc] The board comes down [5sQc8s3d2h], safe for Burns to double up.
Walter Oaquim raised to 250,000 from the hijack and Kahle Burns defended his big blind. The flop landed [Qc4s4h] and Burns checked. Oaquim bet 210,000, and Burns folded.
Kahle Burns raised to 250,000 in the cutoff and Jordan Saccucci called on the button as the flop landed [Ks4c7c]. Burns continued for 275,000 and Saccucci elected to raise to 725,000. Burns folded.
Kahle Burns raised to 250,000 from early position and Alex Foxen called from the big blind. The flop was [Jc4h9h] and Foxen check-called 250,000 from Burns. The turn was the [Qc] and both players checked. The river was the [7h], Foxen bet 330,000 and Burns folded.
On a board of [2cTs3s7c8d] with the pot around 40,000, Sergi Reixach checked from the small blind. From the big blind, Kahle Burns bet 29,500 leaving himself just a single 500-denomination chip. Reixach used a time extension, and then opted to fold.
Kathy Lehne opened her button to 5,000 before Kahle Burns three-bet the big blind to 22,000. Lehne called, and on the [Kh2sQd] flop, both players checked. The turn fell the [2d] and Burns bet out 15,000. Lehne called, and then the [7s] checked through on the river. Burns tabled his [Ac5c] and Lehne