The second annual U.S. Poker Open is set for February 13-23 from the PokerGO Studio in Las Vegas and you’re not going to want to miss this one! The second leg of the prestigious High Roller Triple Crown™ will play out of the PokerGO Studio at ARIA Resort & Casino on the Las Vegas Strip. The final table of every event is set to be streamed live on PokerGO with hole cards up, and live reporting provided by Poker Central.
As pictured in the schedule above, the 2019 U.S. Poker Open brings something for everyone. While No Limit Hold’em will always have the upper hand with six out of the ten events, there are also two Pot Limit Omaha tournaments, one Short Deck and one 8-Game mix scheduled. Find the full tournament structure and rules overview here.
The series champion will receive a bonus payout of $100,000, contributed by Poker Central, in addition to the coveted championship trophy. The tournament will be live-streamed exclusively on Poker Central’s OTT service PokerGO, with original episodes to air at a later date on NBC Sports Network.
The inaugural edition of the U.S. Poker Open was won by an extremely dominant Stephen Chidwick who went on to have the best year of his tournament career. Chidwick won two events, made five final tables and took home $1,256,650 of the total $8,339,500 that was up for grabs to solidify his status as one of the game’s best player.
Relive the 2018 U.S Poker Open right now, or read back through some of the great featured content pieces centered around the U.S. Poker Open.
- Heads Up with Remko Podcast – Chief Digitial Office J.R. McCabe on Poker Central’s event and content.
- Podcast: The PokerGO Studio Deep Dive!
- Heads Up with Remko – U.S. Poker Open Champion Stephen Chidwick.
- Podcast: Reviewing the 2018 U.S. Poker Open.
- The 2018 U.S. Poker Open in photos.
- The 2018 U.S. Poker Open by the numbers.
For all the latest on the U.S. Poker Open, check out its dedicated website with news, information, and the latest structure sheet and venue information. Stay tuned to Poker Central for all the latest on all things poker. New to PokerGO? Subscribe right now. The 2019 U.S. Poker Open is subject to change. The U.S. Poker Open website will always have the latest schedule information.