The condensed episodes of the 2018 U.S. Poker Open, as they aired on NBC Sports, are now available on PokerGO! Ready to start watching? Go straight to PokerGO right now and start watching Stephen Chidwick's epic display of dominance in Las Vegas.
Across 12 episodes, you get to relive the 2018
It all started with a tweet. A video, to be more specific. A Twitter user by the name of SammyWhammy shared this tweet where Denise Pratt called Dan Shak all sorts of names, while getting some big laughs from the players at her table. Hours later, the video had gone viral,
The goal with the Run it Back with Remko videos is to get a better sense of what goes on in the minds of some of the greatest players in the world, of which this video is the perfect example. During the 2019 U.S. Poker Open, Rainer Kempe and I
The U.S. Poker Open is well in our rearview mirror as the Week 9 Power Rankings roll in, yet the players from this high roller series continue to dominate. Players from the World Poker Tour L.A. Poker Classic - Darren Elias, David 'ODB' Baker, and John Smith - have made
The High Roller of the Year race is off and running. Each week, Poker Central is your home for the results, stats, and stories from the world’s biggest events. From 2019 U.S. Poker Open to Super High Roller Bowl VI and everything in between, Poker Central is your High Roller of
Every week, Five of a Kind brings you the funniest and best moments from #PokerTwitter, and this week we got five new fresh ones that perfectly sum up this crazy little part of the universe. As always, Kitty Kuo makes an appearance, Farah Galfond makes waves and Rainer Kempe -
Rainer Kempe raised to 7,000 in the cutoff and both Sean Winter and Cary Katz called from the blinds.
The flop landed [5s4c7h] and both Winter and Katz checked to Kempe who continued for 16,000.
Winter check-raised to 38,000 and after Katz folded, Kempe mucked.
Action folded to David Peters on the button and he raised to 7,500.
Rainer Kempe came along from the small blind, but Jake Schindler chose to fold his big blind.
After Kempe checked the [Jc4s5h] flop, Peters put out a bet of 15,000, Kempe folded and the dealer shipped the pot to
In the first hand, Seth Davies raised to 4,000 from the cutoff and Alex Foxen three-bet to 13,000 from the button, which was enough to take it down preflop.
The next hand Foxen raised to 3,500 from the cutoff and got calls from David Peters on the button and Rainer Kempe
Rainer Kempe raied to 3,500 pre-flop and Jake Schindler called in the small blind. Seth Davies three-bet to 21,000. Kempe then bumped it up to 55,000. Schindler got out of their way and then Davies decided on a fold as well.