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: Jack Sinclair Wins WSOP Europe Main Event; US Sportsbetting Deals Heat Up As Casinos Position For Growth
Jack Sinclair outdueled 534 players over 6 days and beat a final table that included Ryan Riess and Laszlo Bujtas to become the 2018 WSOPE Main Event champ.
Hit And Run: Laszlo Bujtas Leads WSOP Europe Main Event After Day 5 With Six Remaining, Ryan Riess Currently 3rd In Chips; Final Table On Friday At 9:30 AM ET
Laszlo Bujtas is the chip leader of the WSOP Europe Main Event Final Table where six players remain including 2013 WSOP ME Champion Ryan Riess.
Hit And Run: Laszlo Bujtas Holds Chip Lead In WSOP Europe Main Event After Day 4, Ryan Riess 4th In Chips; Ivan Leow Takes Down €100,000 Leon’s High Roller
Day 4 of the WSOP Europe Main Event is in the books with Laszlo Bujtas holding the chip lead with 12 players gunning for the €1.1 million 1st place prize.
Weekend Hit and Run: Riess, Foxen Headline Millions Final Table, Raymer’s New Book, and More on Ivey’s Appeal
This weekend saw several huge names make the final table of the partypoker MILLIONS main event including Sam Grafton, Alex Foxen, Ryan Riess, and Dara O'Kearney. Also Greg Raymer spills the details on his latest book venture. And we've got more on the Phil Ivey appeal, as usual. It's all here and more in the weekend edition of the Hit and Run.