Ben Yu Headlines $15k 8-Game Final Table; Phil Hellmuth, Jeremy Ausmus, And Bryan Micon In Contention

Ben Yu used the general few ranges of play to mount a climb up the leaderboard to finish as the overpowering chip chief heading into the Match #6: $15,000 8-Sport ultimate desk on the 2022 U.S. Poker Open. Yu bagged 2,400,000 in chips to guide the general seven gamers that come with Damjan Radanov, Bryan Micon, Jeremy Ausmus, Scott Seiver, Phil Hellmuth, and Tamon Nakmamura.

The general desk is ready to air solely at 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday, March 22, on PokerGO.com and PokerGO’s YouTube channel. The general seven gamers have all locked up $28,200 in prize cash, however all eyes are at the $239,700 first-place prize. Additionally at the line for Ausmus is extending his present lead at the U.S. Poker Open leaderboard the place he sits on 305 issues forward of Shannon Shorr (302), Ren Lin (235), Adam Hendrix (234), and Nakamura (222). Ausmus is taking a look to transform the second one participant to win back-to-back championships following Sam Soverel profitable the Poker Masters and British Poker Open championships in 2019.

Match #6 of the 2022 U.S. Poker Open attracted a 47-entrant box that created a prize pool of $705,000. The trade in sport introduced a plethora of latest gamers into the PokerGO Studio for the primary time this sequence and incorporated top stakes blended sport gamers John Monnette, Eli Elezra, Jean-Robert Bellande, Richie Sklar, David “ODB” Baker, Marco Johnson, Craig Chait, Erik Sagstrom, and Nacho Barbero. Sadly for those gamers, all of them fell wanting achieving the general desk, and after an extended play down from the general two tables all the way down to the general desk, it could be Maxx Coleman eradicated at the cash bubble through Yu when he made a awesome flush towards Coleman in a hand of Stud Hello-Lo.

Contemporary off his Eightieth-place end within the Wynn Tens of millions Major Match, Yu was once a past due arrival in Match #6, and because the cash started drawing near, he quickly begun gathering chips. Yu received a large three-handed prohibit dangle’em pot towards Ausmus and Nakamura the place he made a complete space to surge to over 2.3 million sooner than finishing the day with 2.4 million. Trailing Yu are Radanov and Micon who witness their chip stacks pass on a curler coaster of ups and downs as they performed four-handed with Seiver and Hellmuth for a number of hours.

Sitting proper within the center is Ausmus who will probably be taking a look to capitalize on his place to increase his lead at the U.S. Poker Open leaderboard. Ausmus was once on this place all over the PokerGO Cup the place he made 4 ultimate tables on how you can being topped the PokerGO Cup champion. Ausmus is contemporary off his Match #5 win is now gathering his fourth money of the sequence and is eyeing his 3rd PokerGO-streamed ultimate desk.

Match #6: $15,000 8-Sport Ultimate Desk

Seat Identify Nation Chip Rely
1 Damjan Radanov United States 1,080,000
2 Scott Seiver United States 780,000
3 Ben Yu United States 2,400,000
4 Jeremy Ausmus United States 910,000
5 Tamon Nakamura Japan 405,000
6 Phil Hellmuth United States 435,000
7 Bryan Micon United States 1,040,000

When play resumes, there will probably be 24:00 final in Degree 17 (60,000/120,000 limits) and the sport and button will probably be randomly drawn.

The general seven gamers will go back to the PokerGO Studio on Tuesday, March 22, at 12 p.m. PT with the general desk airing on PokerGO.com and the PokerGO YouTube channel at 1 p.m. PT.

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Author: Bradley Watson