Just 3 players remain in the 2019 WSOP Main Event with Hossein Ensan, Alex Livingston and Dario Sammartino seeking to claim the bracelet and the $10 million first place prize.
This is Part 10 of Againstime's "SNGs By Type" series from Grinderschool, which focuses on a comparison of MTTs and SNGs.
WSOP Hit And Run: Hossein Ensan Leads Final Five Of WSOP Main Event; Tom Koral And Taylor Paur Win Bracelets
Hossein Ensan holds the chip lead of the 2019 WSOP Main Event with just five players remaining and each player guaranteed at least $2.2 million.
This is Part 9 of Againstime's "SNGs By Type" series from Grinderschool, which focuses on common mistakes in Super Turbo SNGs.
Weekend Hit and Run: Main Event Final Table Tonight, Four New Bracelets Awarded, and Negreanu Runner-Up Again
All the poker world can talk about this week is the WSOP Main Event final table which kicks off Sunday night in Las Vegas. The final table will be spread over three days, and will finish up on Tuesday. But even while Main Event rolls on, other events are being played and other bracelets awarded. Several this weekend alone including Keith Tilston winning the 100K High Roller, which meant denying Daniel Negreanu more hardware yet again. We have all that and more in this - the weekend edition of the Hit and Run.
The 2019 WSOP Main Event final table nears with those qualifying guaranteed at least $1 million in cash prizes with Hossein Ensan leading and Dario Sammartino among the most notable players still alive.
WSOP Hit And Run Day 42: WSOP Main Event Down To 106 Players As Day 6 Begins With Timothy Su Holding Lead; Sam Greenwood, Antonio Esfandiari Among Most Well Known Players Remaining
Timothy Su has the chip lead in the 2019 WSOP Main Event to begin Day 6 with 106 players remaining including Sam Greenwood and Antonio Esfandiari among the notables.
This video was originally part of GrinderSchool.com’s premium subscription-based training service but is being made available for free by PartTimePoker. Againstime plays a live set of Super Turbo SNGs and discusses the motivations behind his decisions as each hand progresses, often making valuable use of available HUD statistics and opponent reads in the process. Missed […]