Isaac Baron wins Event #1 of the 2019 Poker Masters

Isaac Baron Poker Masters

Isaac Baron is the winner of Event #1 of the 2019 Poker Masters after defeating a field of 97 entries in the $10,000 No Limit Hold'em series opener! Baron collected $223,100 for his win just a few months after winning his first career WSOP gold bracelets this summer. The long-time

Isaac Baron Wins 2019 Poker Masters Event #1

Isaac Baron Poker Masters

Isaac Baron is the winner of Event #1 of the 2019 Poker Masters after defeating a field of 97 entries in the $10,000 No Limit Hold'em series opener! Baron collected $223,100 for his win just a few months after winning his first career WSOP gold bracelets this summer. The long-time

Watch the Event #1 Final Table on PokerGO!

Every final table of the 2019 Poker Masters will be streamed live on PokerGO starting at 1:00 pm PT/4:00 pm ET or 10:00 pm CET, and we kick things off today with Event #1.  The first event drew a total of 97 entries creating a prize pool just shy of a

Big Bubble Pot for Ausmus

The flop showed [As3c3h] and Sam Soverel checked after which Scott Blumstein and Jeremy Ausmus checked as well. The turn brought the [9d] and Soverel checked again before Blumstein bet 90,000. Ausmus called and Soverel folded. On the river the [6s] hit and Blumstein tanked, using up one time extension, before betting

Kings for Blumstein in Big Pot

Piecing the hand together after it went down, Scott Blumstein ended up on a flop three ways with initial raiser Thai Ha and Giuseppe Iadisernia. The flop brought [Jc2c2h] and Ha continued for 21,000 after which Iadisernia raised to 86,000. Blumstein called and the turn brought the [4h]. Iadisernia checked to Blumstein

McDermott Shoves on Blumstein

Tim McDermott, no relation to Mike but he does share his birthday with Doyle Brunson as he told us, just shoved on Scott Blumstein to rake in a nice pot. On a flop showing [As6c7h] McDermott checked to Blumstein who bet 15,000 and McDermott called. The turn brought the [Jd] and McDermott

Through the Lens: American Poker Awards Flashback

The Global Poker Awards are coming to Las Vegas in April, which means it is only fitting to take a look back at last year's American Poker Awards. The biggest names in the industry converged on Los Angeles to celebrate an amazing year in poker. Hall of Fame players, up-and-comers,