Big Flops: The first ever Poker Masters Short Deck event drew a total field of 55 players. This game may be relatively new to most, but the action was fast and furious. Chips were flying, stacks were moving, and the stage was set for the final 6 players to battle it out for the $176,000 top prize, and points for the Poker Masters race.
Drew Amato has been covering the World Series of Poker since 2014. This year he’s covered the U.S. Poker Open and Super High Roller Bowl for Poker Central. During the 2018 Poker Masters, Amato will share his favorite images and storylines in a daily article.
For the first time in the history of Las Vegas, a Short Deck event was broadcast to a global audience. PokerGO provided a thrilling day of coverage as Dominik Nitsche, Andrew Robl, Ryan Tosoc, Maurice Hawkins, Isaac Haxton, and Cary Katz battled for the title. Here’s a photo recap of this event.
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