Every Friday, the Weekend Binge Watch provides you with exciting PokerGO content suggestions for the upcoming two days. Whether you're headed to your local home game or staying in to avoid having to deal with winter weather, make sure you put these excellent poker shows on the big TV to
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
The U.S. Poker Open has just wrapped up and Stephen Chidwick fell just short of a title defense, placing third overall behind Sean Winter and David Peters. For a long time though, Chidwick was in the lead for quite some time with his sights set on the $100,000 top prize
Just like that the 2019 USPO has come and gone. Heading into the final day, there were a few ways the USPO could shake out, but Sean Winter was likely the betting favorite. If Winter's cashed, he would have locked up the title and $100,000 bonus, but if he busted
"Optimal" best summarizes David Peters, winner of the 2019 U.S. Poker Open.
His clothing is optimally comfortable, his sentences are optimally structured to convey their message clearly and concisely, and above everything else, his play is optimal to deliver consistent results only a few in the entire history of the game
The final event of the U.S. Poker Open has concluded from inside the PokerGO Studio at ARIA Resort & Casino with David Peters winning the Event #10 - $100,000 No Limit Hold'em Main Event for $1,320,000, while simultaneously snatching the U.S. Poker Open Championship from Sean Winter to be awarded
This is it, the final day of the 2019 USPO. Over a million on the line at today's final table, along with the $100,000 added from Poker Central to the eventual USPO over all champion. Coming into this event Stephen Chidwick and Sean Winter were tied a top the leaderboard,
The 2019 U.S. Poker Open is officially underway. From February 13-23, the world’s best will compete across ten high stakes events for the USPO Championship. The USPO trophy, $100,000, and the first High Roller Triple Crown title of 2019 is up for grabs and each day, “Today at the Open”
There's only one event left to be completed, but there are still plenty of big names in contention for the U.S. Poker Open Championship! After his big win, Koray Aldemir is now among the contenders while Sean Winter and Stephen Chidwick are tied for the lead.
If none of the players
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