Through the Lens: All Mixed Up

Big points are up for grabs and the home stretch of USPO is upon us

Yesterday saw Bryn Kenney attempt to set a record final fastest USPO final table ever played and the mixed game communities best come to battle in Event 8. Kenney steamrolled the $25K NLH Event 7 final table to win $450,000 in just under two hours, before 20 of the worlds best mixed it up. The final four $25K Mixed Game players return Thursday to play to a winner, with Brandon Adams out in front with a big stack. Adams will look to move into USPO Championship contention today.

Earlier in the week we saw Seth Davies and Stephen Chidwick dress identical at a final table. Yesterday Ben Yu elected to show up in his best Cary Katz attire, making for one hell of a laugh. Yu finished 3rd in yesterday’s $25K NL final table, and hopped right into Event 8. Unfortunately for both Yu and Katz, neither were able to advance to today’s final table. 
Ever wonder what its like to sit with some of the games best? This was just one of the stacked tables in yesterdays event. (pictured left to right: Randy Ohel, Eric Rodawig, Nick Schulman, and Phil Hellmuth)
Victorious in U.S. Poker Open Event #7, Bryn Kenney raises his arms aloft.
Victorious in U.S. Poker Open Event #7, Bryn Kenney adds another title to his career. Kenney just took down the Aussie Millions Main, and followed it up with a win at yesterdays $25K NL final table. Kenney later revealed in an interview with Remko that last year was his first ever losing year, so he is focused to come back and crush this year. Not a bad start! 
A view of the PokerGO studio last night as the snow decided to stop in Vegas briefly.