Jordan Cristos slowly chipped up during the final 7 players and will head into the final table with a slight edge in chips. The big news out day however was Event #1 runner up Sean Winter who made it two final tables in two days and will have to maneuver from
Cary Katz limped for 50,000 under the gun, and Jordan Cristos called in the hijack. Sean Winter and Manig Loeser called from the blinds, and the dealer spread a [9sAh8s] flop that was checked through. The turn landed the [9h] and action checked to Cristos who bet 125,000. Winter and Loeser
Adam Hendrix started the action in this hand by opening to 70,000. Jordan Cristos was next to act and potted it to 240,000. Dan Shak was next to act and used both of his time extension cards before putting the rest of his chips into the pot. Hendrix mucked his hand
Anthony Alberto and Jordan Cristos got it all in pre-flop for Alberto's tournament life in an aces vs. kings situation. Alberto: [AhAs2s6d] Cristos: [KdKs5c6c] When the flop came [7d5h6s] Cristos was suddenly ahead with two-pair. The [3d] on the turn was a blank for Alberto but when the [Ad] came on the river, Alberto's
Jordan Cristos has been eliminated by Lazaro Hernandez. Cristos held ace-queen for top pair against the middle set of tens for Hernandez. Cristos was unable to improve, and he was eliminated in 11th place for a $27,000 payday.
Lazaro Hernandez limped from middle position and action folded to Jordan Cristos on the button who made it 125,000 to go. Action folded to Joseph Orsino in the big blind who shoved for 155,000 total. Hernandez got out of the way and Cristos made the call. Cristos [As7c] Orsino [AdQs] The board ran
Lauren Roberts raised to 10,000 from the hijack and Jordan Cristos shoved all in for 158,000 from the cutoff. Daniel Weinand called in the small blind, and Roberts called all in for 108,000. Roberts: [9s9c] Cristos: [8c8d] Weinand: [AcQc] The dealer spread the [4s3h6hAs8h] board and Cristos spiked a set on the river to near-triple
Sean Winter, remember the name. Day 3 of the USPO was a Winter affair and the young pro has shined bright through the first few days in the PokerGO Studio. He opened the series with a 2nd place finish in Event #1 and then Winter final tabled Event #2. Winter
Manig Loeser and Jordan Cristos have passed the chip lead back and forth during heads up. It was a relatively quiet level and Cristos has managed to finish the level with a slight chip lead.
Jordan Cristos limped the small blind with [QdTs5s2h] and Manig Loeser checked his option with [Kc7c6d5h]. The flop came [Qs4d2c] and Loeser bet 450,000. Cristos bet the pot, making it 1,800,000 and Loeser folded.