Ali Imsirovic Leads U.S. Poker Open Event #11 $25k NLH; Japan’s Nakamura Makes Fourth Final Table Of Series

Ali Imsirovic received a huge flip when he eradicated Chino Rheem previous within the day to leap close to the highest of the leaderboard, and he persevered to run up his stack and navigate his manner throughout the box on his approach to bagging the chip lead heading into the general desk movement of Tournament #11: $25,000 No-Restrict Grasp’em.

Imsirovic might be forward of Sean Wintry weather and Jake Schindler, whilst the shorter-stacked contenders are Nick Schulman, Tamon Nakamura, and David Peters. Japan’s Nakamura has cashed for the 6th time within the sequence and might be heading to his fourth streamed ultimate desk of the sequence. He already has two wins beneath his belt and appears to be the favourite for the Golden Eagle trophy.

Peters received the former two U.S. Poker Open sequence titles, even though that is best his 2d money within the 2022 model, with the opposite being a sixth-place end in Tournament #4. Nakamura might be in search of a 3rd victory, whilst the opposite 5 avid gamers are hoping to say their first win of the sequence, because the six final avid gamers fight it out at the felt, which is ready to air solely on PokerGO at 4 p.m. ET on Sunday, March 27.

Tournament #11: $25,000 No-Restrict Grasp’em Ultimate Desk

Seat Identify Nation Chip Depend
1 Ali Imsirovic Bosnia and Herzegovina 2,615,000
2 Jake Schindler United States 1,565,000
3 Nick Schulman United States 830,000
4 Sean Wintry weather United States 2,035,000
5 Tamon Nakamura Japan 680,000
6 David Peters United States 530,000

When play resumes, Stage 14 will proceed with 11:42 final and the button might be on Nick Schulman.

Tournament #11: $25,000 No-Restrict Grasp’em of the 2022 U.S. Poker Open took heart degree on the PokerGO Studio at ARIA Lodge & On line casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, and the 55-entrant box created a prize pool of $1,375,000.

8 avid gamers earned themselves a work of the prize pool. Scott Seiver came up short when he completed in eleventh after operating into Schindler’s women, Daniel Negreanu just missed out when he misplaced a turn to Schulman to complete in tenth, and Jason Koon persevered his unlucky streak of deep runs with out cashing when he used to be knocked out on the money bubble in 9th position, as his suited king-queen did not beef up as opposed to Wintry weather’s ace-king.

Nakamura then received a big flip to double and depart Cary Katz with crumbs. Katz used to be in a position to place in combination a couple of short-stacked double-ups to stick alive, whilst Dan Smith’s stack whittled right down to just a few large blinds. Smith ended up operating into Schulman’s dominating hand, ending his run in 8th position. Quickly after, Katz had a chance to triple-up to a wholesome stack, however his suited large slick couldn’t find help towards Wintry weather’s pocket kings, and he made his go out in 7th position.

Tamon Nakamura

The six final avid gamers have locked up $82,500, however all eyes are at the $440,000 first-place prize. Nakamura is already atop the U.S. Poker Open leaderboard and may climb to most likely an insurmountable lead in keeping with his end on the ultimate desk, with best the $50k finale left within the sequence. Imsirovic is the following closest participant on the Tournament #11 streamed ultimate desk and that is his 2d ultimate desk in a row after completing 3rd within the $25k PLO Tournament #10, even though he’s going to additionally want excellent fortune within the sequence finale for a shot at that name.

The participant with essentially the most issues at the 2022 U.S. Poker Open leaderboard on the finish of the sequence will earn a $50,000 championship bonus and the Golden Eagle trophy.

The general six avid gamers will go back to the PokerGO Studio on Sunday, March 27, at 12 p.m. PT with the general desk airing on at 1 p.m. PT.

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Author: Bradley Watson