The U.S. Poker Open comes to a close this weekend, and all of poker's high rollers have come out in force for the final event. Koray Aldemir won his first US Poker Open event for a cool $738k. Chris Hunichen leads the $100k final event while points leader Sean Winter looks to hold off Nick Schulman and David Peters for the series champion title. And Poker Twitter got pretty heated all week, to say the least. We've got all those stories and more in this - the weekend edition of the Hit and Run.
Hit And Run: Will Day 1c Of partypoker MILLIONS Online On Sunday Bring The Poker Room To 4,000 Entries?; Negative Reaction To $100,000 Bathroom Bet
Day 1b of the $20 million guaranteed partypoker MILLIONS Online brought total entrants to over 2,000 as the poker room looks ahead to a big Day 1c flight on Sunday for the largest online poker tournament in history.
WSOP Day 37 Hit and Run: Main Event Day 1b Draws 2,381 Players; Dan Matsuzuki and Tim Andrew Win Bracelets
Heading into Day 1c, the 2018 WSOP Main Event has drawn 3,306 players, a 12% increase over the first two flights during 2017 with one flight to go.