Pierre Calamusa Goes Runner-Runner; Now Over 6 Million

On a final board reading [Js8hQd3h3s], Rainer Kempe checked from under the gun and Pierre Calamusa bet 200,000. Kempe called, and Calamusa tabled his [7c3c] for runner-runner trips and Kempe mucked. With that pot, Calamusa moves over the 6 million chip mark into the outright chip lead.

Top Poker Hands from Poker Masters

Phil Hellmuth, Brandon Adams, Steffen Sontheimer, and Daniel Negreanu are involved in the Top 10 Poker Masters hands of all time.

Since it's inception in 2017, the Poker Masters has thrilled viewers on PokerGO. From the crowning of German professional Steffen Sontheimer as the inaugural winner to Ali Imsirovic's victory in 2018, every top player wants to fill the sleeves of the famous Purple Jacket. Here are 10 of the very best

Sam Soverel Wins Event #5 of the British Poker Open for £322,000

Sam Soverel got his first British Poker Open win after two second place finishes.

After two runner-up results in previous British Poker Open events this Series, Sam Soverel finally finished one place higher by winning Event #5, and in doing so took a commanding lead in the race to become the overall Series champion. BOSCA BUBBLES It was the Spanish short-stack who would bubble the event,

Rainer Kempe Eliminated in 2nd Place for £196,000

Rainer Kempe put on a good fight but fell short of the win.

Rainer Kempe chose the wrong moment to move all-in with [Jd9h], with Sam Soverel calling for a pot worth over 75% of the chips in play with a monster hand - [QhQc]! The flop of [Kc2c8d] was harmless for the American's chances of winning the hand, and the [8h] turn and

Kempe Takes Over the Chip Lead

Sam Soverel took a slight lead into the heads-up battle, but a thin bluff in the first hand and an attacking raise in the second gave Kempe the slimmest of chip leads. Kempe limped in the next hand with [9c9h] and Sam Soverel raised to 240,000 with [6c5h]. Kempe opted to

Ali Imsirovic Eliminated in 3rd Place for £112,000

The Bosnian player Ali Imsirovic made it 300,000 to go with [Qs5s] and when Sam Soverel popped it to 560,000 with a three-bet holding [Ac2c], Imsirovic called all-in for his 515,000 stack. Imsirovic needed help, but didn't receive it on the [3c5c4s] flop, which saw Soverel make a wheel and the turn

Stephen Chidwick Eliminated in 4th Place for £70,000

Stephen Chidwick was all-in for his tournament life with [Th6h] and it was Rainer Kempe who would be his conqueror after calling him with [Qh2c]. The flop of [5dJd9s] the turn of [Ks] left Chidwick needing one of six outs didn't show on the [2s] river wasn't one of them, sending