Seth Davies’ 3-Bet Induces Folds

Stephen Chidwick opened to 13,000. Keith Tilston called and then Seth Davies three-bet it to 50,000. Both players folded and Davies took down the hand without a fight.

Jake Schindler Eliminated by Seth Davies

Jake Schindler raised to 9,000 in the cutoff and Seth Davies three-bet to 36,00 from the small blind. Schindler shoved for roughly 100,000, and Davies called. Schindler: [9s9d] Davies: [QdTd] The board ran out [Kc7s5dTc5h] and Schindler was eliminated.

Isaac Haxton Eliminated by Seth Davies

Hand relayed to Poker Central by Seth Davies. Isaac Haxton opened the cutoff to 9,000 and Seth Davies three-bet the small blind to 34,000. Haxton called, and on the [Kx6d5d] flop, Davies continued for 15,000. Haxton moved all in for 78,000, and Davies called. Haxton: [9d9x] Davies: [KxQd] Unfortunately for Haxton, the turn and river

Jason Koon Eliminated by Seth Davies

The final board read [9d8c7sJsAc] and Jason Koon was leaving his seat as Seth Davies was being pushed the pot. Koon held [QsQc], but it would be Davies' [9s9c] that would earn him the pot after flopping top set.

Keith Tilston Takes it from the Small Blind

Justin Bonomo raised to 4,500 from under the gun and Seth Davies called on the button. Keith Tilston and Brandon Adams both called from the blinds, and the flop landed [9d5h9h]. Action checked round to reveal the [2d] on the turn, and Tilston led out for 12,000 and Adams, Bonomo, and

Dan Smith vs. Brandon Adams

Brandon Adams opened to 5,000 in middle position and Dan Smith called on the button, as did Seth Davies from the big blind. The flop landed [9s4dKd] and Davies checked to Adams who bet 9,000. Smith called, and Davies folded as the turn fell the [5c]. Adams checked, Smith bet 30,000, and

Seth Davies Bets the River and Wins

Stephen Chidwick raised to 4,500 from middle position and Seth Davies called in the cutoff, as did Justin Bonomo from the big blind. The flop landed [Ah9d4h] and action checked through to reveal the [Qd] on the turn. Bonomo and Chidwick checked to Davies, and he bet 13,000. Bonomo folded, but Chidwick

Koray Aldemir Wins Event #9 -$50,000 No-Limit Hold’em

The Champ! Koray Aldemir wins Event #9 - $50,000 No Limit Hold'em at the 2019 US Poker Open.

Koray Aldemir, who finished runner-up to Lauren Roberts in Event #3, has won Event #9 - $50,000 No-Limit Hold'em after beating 2013 Main Event Champion Ryan Riess heads up. Aldemir won $738,000 for his first-place finish and puts himself in contention for the overall USPO title with the Main Event