David Peters Wins Poker Masters #Event 1 ($193,200)

Poker Masters opened on PokerGO this Saturday with the $10,000 final table. David Peters beat a competitive group of 69 entrants to win the $193,200 first-place prize on the PokerGO live stream. Peters adds to his U.S. Poker Open win from a few months ago and takes the early lead

Matthias Eibinger Eliminated by Igor Kurganov

Matthias Eibinger raised from the cutoff and Igor Kurganov three-bet out of the big blind. Eibinger moved all in for about 270,000 and Kurganov quickly called. Eibinger showed [as][qh] and was in trouble against Kurganov's [qc][qd]. The flop only furthered the trouble Eibinger was in with a flop of [qc][7c][7d]. Kurganov flopped

Sixes for Talal Shakerchi

Matthias Eibinger raised to 9,000 under the gun, and both Daniel Negreanu and Talal Shakerchi called. The flop landed [4s][2d][kh] and Shakerchi and Eibinger check to Negreanu who bets 16,000. Shakerchi called, and Eibinger folded. The turn and river of the [5c] and [jh] check through, and Shakerchi tabled his [6d][6c] and

Matthias Eibinger Shoves on Fedor Holz

On the turn with the board reading [qh][jc][5s][8c], Fedor Holz checked from the big blind and Matthias Eibinger bet about 35,000 from the cutoff. Holz called. There was about 110,000 in the pot heading to the river, which was the [qs]. Holz checked and Eibinger moved all in. Holz used a

Cary Katz Finds Kings and a Double

From under the gun, Matthias Eibinger raised to 6,500, and as the action folded to Cary Katz in the cutoff, he moved all in for 26,500. When the action returned to Eibinger, he used one of his time banks before making the call. Eibinger: [ah][9s] Katz: [ks][kd] The dealer ran out a [9c][qh][8d][4h][js] board

Sam Soverel Doubles Through Matthias Eibinger

Sam Soverel raised to 7,000 on the button and Talal Shakerchi called out of the small blind. Matthias Eibinger three-bet out of the big blind and Soverel moved all in for 73,000. Shakerchi folded and Eibinger reluctantly called. Eibinger showed [ah][8s] and needed an ace against Soverel's [qd][qh]. The board ran

Matthias Eibinger Doubles Through Adrian Mateos

There was about 35,000 in the pot on the river with a board of [ac][ks][9s][5s][qd] and Adrian Mateos bet 29,000 from the big blind and Matthias Eibinger was on the button and used a time extension chip before moving all in for 73,500. Mateos took about 15 seconds before calling. Eibinger

Matthias Eibinger Eliminated by Igor Kurganov

Matthias Eibinger raised to 17,000 from under the gun, and Adrian Mateos called in the cutoff. From the small blind, Igor Kurganov three-bets to 74,000, and when the action returned to Eibinger, he announced he was all in for roughly 300,000. Mateos folded, and Kurganov instantly called. Eibinger: [ts][tc] Kurganov: [as][ad] The dealer spread a

Fourth Pair Win for Dominik Nitsche

Dominik Nitsche raised to 13,000 from middle position and Matthias Eibinger called on the button, as did Michael Song in the big blind. The flop landed [jd][7c][8h] and action checked to Eibinger who tossed in 16,000. Song folded, but Nitsche called, before the [3s] and [kc] checked through on the turn