Sean Winter Eliminated by Jason Koon

Sean Winter limped in from the small blind and partypoker pro Jason Koon raised to 70,000 in the big blind. The flop landed [6dThQc] and Winter checked to Koon who continued for 110,000. Winter called and the turn fell the [4s]. Winter checked, Koon bet 275,000, and Winter called. The river fell the

Sean Winter vs. Jason Koon

Sean Winter limped in from the small blind and Jason Koon checked his option. The flop landed [4hJhQd] and Winter checked. Koon bet 16,000 and Winter called before both players checked down the [Qs] and [Kd]. Winter tabled his [JcTs], and Koon mucked.

Sergi Reixach Eliminated by Sean Winter

Wai Kin Yong raised under the gun and Sean Winter called next to act. Sergi Reixach moved all in from the button with [KxQx] suited for roughly 17 big blinds. Yong folded, but Winter called holding [4x4x], and when the board blanked out for Reixach, he was eliminated. Hand information relayed to

Ace-High Win for Wai Kin Yong

Wai Kin Yong raised to 13,000 from under the gun and Sean Winter three-bet next to act to 39,000. Yong called, and the [3h4sQs6s5d] board checked through to the river. Yong tabled his [AsKd], and Winter mucked.

Orpen Kisacikoglu Over 600k

Sean Winter raised to 5,000 in the cutoff and Orpen Kisacikoglu three-bet to 17,000 on the button. From the big blind, partypoker pro Jason Koon cold four-bet to 50,000. Winter folded, but Kisacikoglu called before both players checked the [Qd9d2s] flop. The turn landed the [2h] and Koon checked. Kisacikoglu bet 35,000

Orpen Kisacikoglu Makes Runner-Runner Quads to Double

On a final board of [9s2c3h5c5h] with around 45,000 in the middle, Sean Winter checked from middle position to Orpen Kisacikoglu in the cutoff. Kisacikoglu bet out 28,000, and Winter responded with a check-raise to 355,000. Kisacikoglu called all in for his 265,000 total and tabled his [5s5d] for quads. Winter nodded

Sean Winter Eliminated in 12th Place

Ali Imsirovic opened to 25,000 in the cutoff and Sean Winter moved all in for 260,000 from the button. Imsirovic called. Imsirovic: [AhJd] Winter: [3c3s] The board ran out [Qs6h8d9hTc] and and Imsirovic rivered a straight to eliminate Winter in 12th place.

Sean Winter Doubles Through Ali Imsirovic

Stephen Chidwick raised to 20,000 in the cutoff and Alex Foxen called on the button. Ali Imsirovic called in the small blind, and Sean Winter three-bet to 135,000 from the big blind. Chidwick and Foxen folded, buy Imsirovic announced he was all in in. Winter called for his remaining 4,000. Winter: [9d9s] Imsirovic:

Kahle Burns Wins on the Flop

Sean Winter raised to 12,000 from under the gun and both Kahle Burns and Ali Imsirovic called from the hijack and big blind respectively. The flop landed [JsTs9s] and both Imsirovic and Winter checked to Burns who bet 13,000. Imsirovic and Winter folded, and Burns collected the pot.

Kahle Burns Wins Event #9 for $416,500

Kahle Burns wins Event #9 of the 2019 Poker Masters.

Kahle Burns has done it! The Australian pro has taken down Event #9 of the 2019 Poker Masters for $416,500 after beating reigning Poker Masters champion Ali Imsirovic heads up. By winning this event, Burns stays in contention for the Purple Jacket along with Sean Winter, Chance Kornuth, and current