The conclusion of Event #2 at the 2019 U.S. Poker Open has shuffled around the standings by catapulting its winner, Jordan Cristos, into pole position. Earlier today, live on PokerGO, Cristos battled his way through a final table that included Manig Loeser and Cary Katz on his way to capturing the first-place prize of $179,200.
Cristos, having finished 11th in Event #1, now holds a small lead over Stephen Chidwick and Sean Winter. Winter and Cristos are the only players to have cashed in both events. Relive the PokerGO coverage of Event #1 on PokerGO right here, and Event #2 here.
|2019 U.S. Poker Open Championship Standings|
|1||Jordan Cristos (2)||240||$206,200|
|3||Sean Winter (2)||180||$195,900|
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