Sergi Reixach Wins Event #8 $25,000 NLH ($369,000)

Sergi Reixach wins Poker Masters Event #8 for $369,000.

Spanish high roller specialist Sergi Reixach has won his first Poker Masters event as he took down the $25,000 No Limit Hold'em Event #8 for $369,000 after beating George Wolff heads up. Sam Soverel, who finished fourth, took over the Poker Masters Championship lead from Chance Kornuth with only two

Orpen Kisacikoglu Leads Event #8 Final Table

The race to claim the Poker Masters Purple Jacket is beginning to heat up in the 2019 Poker Masters as the PokerGO Studio played host to Event #8: $25,000 No-Limit Hold'em. With only two more events after this one, a field of 41 entrants would take a seat in the

Orpen Kisacikoglu Takes Chip Lead from Sergi Reixach

Sergi Reixach raised in middle position to 50,000 and Orpen Kisacikoglu called in the big blind. The flop landed [Kd6c8s] and Kisacikoglu checked to Reixach who bet 35,000. Kisacikoglu called, and then checked the [8h] on the turn. Reixach bet 175,000 and Kisacikoglu called. The river landed the [9h] and Kisacikoglu checked.

Orpen Kisacikoglu Doubles Through Sam Soverel

Nick Petrangelo raised to 35,000 in the hijack and Orpen Kisacikoglu used a time extension before moving all in for 290,000 from the button. From the small blind, Sam Soverel shoved for roughly 1.2 million, and Petrangelo folded. Kisacikoglu: [AhTd] Soverel: [AdAs] The board ran out [3cKdQs9hJh] and Kisacikoglu rivered Broadway to double

Kings for Orpen Kisacikoglu

Orpen Kisacikoglu opened to 32,000 from middle position and Sergi Reixach called on the button, as did George Wolff from the big blind. The [AcTcQs2cTh] board checked through to the river where Kisacikoglu tabled his [KdKh] to win the pot.

George Wolff vs. Orpen Kisacikoglu

George Wolff raised to 12,000 in the cutoff and Orpen Kisacikoglu defended his big blind. The flop landed [8dKdQc] and Kisacikoglu check-called a bet of 14,000. The turn fell the [2c] and Kisacikoglu checked. Wolff bet 43,000, and Kisacikoglu folded.

Orpen Kisacikoglu Eliminated in 11th Place

On a board of [KxJx6x] that had two diamonds, Orpen Kisacikoglu was all in holding two pair against Chance Kornuth and his [QxQdTd6x]. Unfortunately for Kisacikoglu, a diamond fell to complete Kornuth's flush, and he was eliminated in 11th place as players headed to break.

Orpen Kisacikoglu Finds Aces and Doubles; Cary Katz Falls

Cary Katz limped in and Orpen Kisacikoglu called behind. Chance Kornuth raised the 27,000 on the button, and Katz called all in for 17,000. The flop landed [5dThTd] and Kisacikoglu committed his final 39,000 and Kornuth looked him up. Kornuth: [JhJs6h2s] Kisacikoglu: [AcAh9h7h] Katz: [8c7c5s4s] The turn and river landed the [2h] and [9d]