These last two weeks, the eyes of all poker fans were locked in on the ongoings at the PokerGO Studio. As the U.S. Poker Open saw, arguably, its most fascinating outcome with a battle for the overall trophy as well as the $100,000 Main Event culminate at the same time.
This is it, the final day of the 2019 USPO. Over a million on the line at today's final table, along with the $100,000 added from Poker Central to the eventual USPO over all champion. Coming into this event Stephen Chidwick and Sean Winter were tied a top the leaderboard,
The grand finale to Poker Masters wrapped up on PokerGO with Event 1 winner David Peters putting a bow on the series with a win in the $100,000 Main Event. Peters defeated a tough crowd of 25 players and earned $1.15 million for his efforts. The final table aired with
Ali Imsirovic stands alone at the top of the Poker Masters leaderboard following his second win in as many days. The young star surpassed his win in the $25,000 No Limit Hold'em event by taking down the $50,000 tournament today on PokerGO. Imsirovic earned $799,000 and jumped past Brandon Adams
Koray Aldemir raised pre-flop to 14,000. Both Martin Zamani and Jason Koon called. The flop came [QsKc9s]. Aldemir bet 24,000. Zamani raised to 100,000 and Koon folded. With the action back on Aldemir, he decided to move all-in and was snap-called and coolered by Zamani who flopped the nuts.
Alex Foxen raised to 15,000 on the button and Koray Aldemir moved all in for 125,000 from the small blind. Martin Zamani thought for a little, and then folded. Foxen called.
The board ran out [9s5d4c7h2h] and Aldemir doubled through.
Alex Foxen raised to 14,000 pre-flop. Koray Aldemir made the call and then Jason Koon moved all-in but nobody called.
Koray Aldemir raised to 11,000 under the gun and both Cary Katz and Alex Foxen called in the blinds.
The flop landed [3cTc3d] and action checked through to see the [6c] land on the turn.
Katz checked, Foxen bet 30,000, and after Aldemir folded, Katz check-raised all in for roughly 90,000. Foxen
We caught the action on the turn with Justin Bonomo and Koray Aldemir locked in a big pot. The board showed [Ah9c6cTh] and both players checked.
The river was the [5c]. Bonomo again checked. Aldemir moved all-in minus a 1,000 chip. Bonomo then put him all-in and Aldemir had no choice
There's only one event left to be completed, but there are still plenty of big names in contention for the U.S. Poker Open Championship! After his big win, Koray Aldemir is now among the contenders while Sean Winter and Stephen Chidwick are tied for the lead.
If none of the players