Jake Schindler Wins Stairway to Thousands and thousands Tournament #6: $25,100 NLH ($287,500)

Jake Schindler got here out victorious at Tuesday’s ultimate desk of the Stairway to Millions $287,500. He beat a box of 25 entrants within the sequence’ 6th tournament on the PokerGO Studio in Las Vegas on Tuesday.

The primary ever Stairway to Thousands and thousands will wrap up Thursday with the realization of the $100,000 finale. On best of the Tournament #6 ultimate desk, the Aria Lodge and On line casino additionally hosted Day 1 of Tournament #7, a $52,000 buy-in no-limit dangle’em match.

Within the $50k, 21 avid gamers entered and the sphere dwindled down to a few by way of the tip of the primary consultation. Reigning PokerGO Tour and Global Poker Index Player of the Year Ali Imsirovic holds a 2-1 chip lead over Nick Petrangelo and Chris Brewer. The overall desk will air on PokerGO beginning at 1 p.m. Wednesday, and the winner will take house $567,000.

Stairway to Thousands and thousands Tournament #6 Ultimate Desk Effects

Position Participant Prize
1 Jake Schindler $287,500
2 Nick Petrangelo $175,000
3 Alex Foxen $100,000
4 Sean Iciness $62,500

Schindler Continues to Weigh down

Jake Schindler is among the maximum constant and dominant reside match avid gamers on the earth. And he is accomplished it once more with some other giant victory within the PokerGO Studio.

He now has over $28.6 million in lifetime reside match cashes, just right for fifteenth at the all-time cash record and eleventh amongst American citizens. Schindler has been crushing it within the hardest excessive rollers for years. Daniel Negreanu has mentioned that he is the most productive reside match participant on the earth. If he is not, he is definitely proper up there together with the likes of Stephen Chidwick, Alex Foxen, and Justin Bonomo.

Schindler needed to earn this win in opposition to a last desk that incorporated 3 of the most productive avid gamers on the earth. Sean Iciness, who has transform an ordinary contender in excessive rollers the previous few years, took fourth position ($62,500). Foxen, the 2018 and 2019 GP Participant of the 12 months, busted in 3rd position ($100,000), after which Schindler defeated some other high-stakes legend in Nick Petrangelo heads-up ($175,000).

Stairway to Thousands and thousands Time table and Up to date Effects

Date Purchase-In Ensure Winner Prize Entries
Jan. 12 Event #1: $1,100 NLH $100,000 Daniel Sepiol $28,500 190
Jan. 13 Event #2: $2,150 NLH $100,000 Likelihood Kornuth $51,600 129
Jan. 14 Event #3: $4,200 NLH $100,000 Likelihood Kornuth $80,640 84
Jan. 15 Event #4: $8,400 NLH $200,000 Salim Admon $138,880 56
Jan. 16 Event #5: $15,800 NLH $300,000 Michael Wang $219,300 43
Jan. 17 Event #6: $25,100 NLH $500,000 Jake Schindler $287,500 25
Jan. 18 Tournament #7: $52,00 NLH0 $500,000      
Jan. 19 Tournament #8: $102,000 NLH $1,200,000      

*Symbol courtesy of PokerGO.

Author: Bradley Watson