David Peters clinched the 2019 US Poker Open Championship after taking down the $100,000 Main Event for a $1.3 million first-place prize.
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: US Poker Open $50k NLHE Down To Final Table, $100,000 Main Event Underway; PokerStars Could Release Split Omaha
The $50k NLHE reaches final table while the $100k Main Event gets underway as Stephen Chidwick and Sean WInters battle for the 2019 US Poker Open trophy.
Hit And Run: 2019 WSOP Adds Nine Online Bracelet Events To Complete Schedule; Nick Schulman Wins USPO Event #8, $25k 8-Game Mix
The WSOP announced a record nine online bracelet events on Thursday as the 2019 WSOP schedule is now complete with 89 unique events.
Hit And Run: Matt Staples Is First To Join partypoker’s Newly Created Team Online; Kevin Martin Out At PokerStars; Stephen Chidwick Leads Another US Open Final Table
Matt Staples is the first player to join the newly created partypoker Team Online as the online poker room expands focus on streaming.