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2019 US Poker Open

USPO #10 - $100,000 Main Event
Jours 2
Event Info

2019 US Poker Open

Résultats
Gagnant
Main Gagnante
a8
Prix
$1,320,000
Event Info
Buy-in
$100,000
Entrants
33
Info Niveau
Niveau
22
Blinds
40,000 / 80,000
Ante
80,000

Trio of Players Vying for Overall Series Championship

Niveau 15 : 10,000/15,000, 15,000 ante

Here are the overall series championship scenarios as laid out by Poker Central:

Sean Winter - Will hold on to the title if he doesn’t cash and David Peters finishes 2nd or worse and Nick Schulman finishes 4th or worse.

David Peters - Can win the U.S. Poker Open Championship if he finishes 1st and Sean Winter doesn’t cash, and Nick Schulman finishes 4th or worse.

Nick Schulman - Can win the U.S. Poker Open Championship if he finishes 1st and Sean Winter finishes 3rd or worse, if he finishes 2nd and Winter finishes 5th or worse, if he finishes 3rd and Winter doesn’t cash, if he finishes 4th and Winter doesn’t cash and David Peters doesn’t win.

Tags: David PetersNick SchulmanSean Winter

Niveau: 15

Blinds: 10,000/15,000

Ante: 15,000

Can Sean Winter Capture the 2019 USPO Overall Championship?

2019 US Poker Open Main Event Final Table
2019 US Poker Open Main Event Final Table

The final day of the 2019 U.S. Poker Open is upon us. In less than an hour, the US Poker Open $100,000 Main Event, a tournament that began with 33 entries (the same number as last year's Main Event despite doubling the buy-in), will get underway with the final nine players, each looking to capture the first-place prize of $1,320,000.

Leading the way is Chris "Big Huni" Hunichen, who hasn't had the most impressive series so far — just one cash for $59,000 — he's in a prime position to increase that number by at least five times, as a min-cash is worth $264,000.

Here's a look at how everyone stacks up in the final 9:

SeatPlayerChip Count
1Jason Koon630,000
2Keith Tilston1,300,000
3Chris Hunichen1,790,000
4Sean Winter375,000
5Ryan Riess340,000
6Martin Zamani805,000
7Nick Schulman125,000
8David Peters640,000
9Justin Bonomo595,000

Additionally, David Peters, Nick Schulman, and Sean Winter are all still in it as well and are in contention for the US Poker Open Championship title, which comes with a trophy and $100,000 to the player who accumulates the most High Roller of the Year Points over the course of the series.

Winter currently leads that race and would lock up the title with a fifth-place finish or better, while Schulman needs at least second and Peters would need to win to secure the prize. Stephen Chidwick currently is tied with Winter for the lead, but Winter holds the tiebreaker over Chidwick with most money won.

Here's how things look on the overall leaderboard heading into the final day of play:

Current 2019 USPO Overall Leaderboard

PlacePlayerCashesPointsWinnings
1Sean Winter5540$747,900*
2Stephen Chidwick4540$705,950
3Nick Schulman2410$390,000
4Brandon Adams3365$314,750
5Koray Aldemir2340$897,200
6Cary Katz3340$580,200
7Bryn Kenney2240$477,000
8Lauren Roberts2240$263,400
9Jordan Cristos2240$206,200
10Ali Imsirovic1200$442,500
11David Peters2200$264,800
12Ben Yu3200$262,800

*Winter holds the tiebreaker by virtue of having won more money over the course of the series.

The entirety of the final table will be live streamed on PokerGo starting at 2 p.m. Remember, you can watch US Poker Open final table action live streams exclusively on PokerGO. Click here to get access for just $10 a month or get an annual subscription for just $99.

PokerNews will also be here providing you with coverage from start to finish, so be sure to stay tuned!

Tags: Sean Winter

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