Nick Petrangelo Leads Stacked U.S. Poker Open Event #5 Final Table

The 5th tournament of the 2022 U.S. Poker Open used to be a hotly contested affair on the PokerGO Studio in Las Vegas with Nick Petrangelo snagging the in a single day chip lead, narrowly edging out fan-favorite Ren ‘No Gamble, No Long term’ Lin. Two-time protecting U.S. Poker Open champion David Peters entered his first tournament of the sequence and made the general desk in addition to reigning PokerGO Excursion champion Ali Imsirovic, Jeremy Ausmus, Ren Lin, and Chris Brewer.

Tournament #5: $10,000 No Prohibit Hang’em Ultimate Desk
Seat Identify Nation Chip Rely
1 Nick Petrangelo USA 1,780,000
2 Ali Imsirovic Bosnia Herzegovina 800,000
3 David Peters USA 1,385,000
4 Jeremy Ausmus USA 1,075,000
5 Ren lin USA 1,725,000
6 Chris Brewer USA 1,485,000

As of late’s tournament drew a complete of 66 entries together with 16-time WSOP bracelet winner Phil Hellmuth, Nick Schulman, Scott Seiver, and Brian Rast who have been all eradicated in a while after registration closed. Daniel Negreanu, recent off a third-place end within the $10,000 Large Guess Combine, used to be amidst any other run when Petrangelo knocked him out retaining pocket kings as opposed to Child Poker’s tens.

Whilst Brewer and Imsirovic provided the entertainment at their desk, John Riordan discovered himself at the unfortunate finish of an all-in that gave Ren Lin a big stack. Jeremy Ausmus vaulted towards the top after profitable a large three-way pot as opposed to Jake Daniels and Kristina Holst, sending Daniels to the rail. Holst, then again, controlled to carry on however in the end she busted two spots off the cash.

Inaugural U.S. Poker Open Champion Stephen Chidwick fell simply wanting the cash in addition to a failed bluff decimated his stack as opposed to Tamon Nakamura. Canadian Umang Dattani used to be having the time of his existence, chatting it up with gamers in any respect his tables, and a timely double up in opposition to Imsirovic saved him in quest of the general desk. In any case, it used to be Joey Weissman who become the bubble boy, operating eights into the aces of Petrangelo.

Peter Placey (tenth – $26,400) busted in an instant as quickly because the bubble burst adopted via Alex Livingston (ninth – $26,400) all whilst the lead saved converting fingers between Ausmus, Peters, Brewer, and Petrangelo. A disillusioned Dattani busted in 8th position for $26,400 when he ran ace-queen into the kings of Ren Lin. The final participant to go out the match took place to be the final one status in Tournament #4 as Tamon Nakamura bubbled the live-streamed ultimate desk. Nakamura shoved his final 13 large blinds into the center with queen-ten best to get knocked out via Lin retaining ace-king suited.

The overall six gamers will go back to the PokerGO Studio on Sunday, March 20, 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