Isaac Kempton has ended the day as chip chief in Tournament #8: $15,000 Pot-Restrict Omaha on the 2022 U.S. Poker Open, and is now set to take the lead at the PokerGO Excursion leaderboard irrespective of what position he finishes. Kempton completed with an excellent 2,680,000 in chips having eradicated the overall two avid gamers as simply six avid gamers will go back on Thursday, March 24, to conclude the Tournament #8 ultimate desk on PokerGO at 1 p.m. PT.
The second one Pot-Restrict Omaha match of the 2022 U.S. Poker Open would draw in a complete of 66 entrants and create a prize of $990,000. A couple of new faces took a seat throughout the PokerGO Studio, and as soon as registration had completed, the match stepped forward unexpectedly and was once quickly all the way down to the overall two tables. Following the eliminations of Stephen Chidwick, Nacho Barbero, Chris Brewer, and Sam Soverel, the match was once at the cash bubble, and sadly for Jordan Spurlin, he can be eradicated at the cash bubble.
Joseph Sanders, Alex Livingston, and Cary Katz all completed in-the-money however fell in need of the overall desk prior to Matthew Wantman can be eradicated in 7th position. Main the overall six into the overall desk is Kempton who began the day sitting in second-place at the PokerGO Excursion leaderboard at the back of Tony Sinishtaj following their top-two end within the Wynn Tens of millions Primary Tournament. He’s now confident of passing Sinishtaj and can be taking a look to increase his lead at the PokerGO Excursion leaderboard.
Scott Seiver sits moment in chips with 1,950,000 and is accumulating his 3rd money of the sequence and can be taking a look to enhance on his moment ultimate desk look after completing in sixth-place within the $15k 8-Recreation. The runner-up in that tournament was once Phil Hellmuth, and he completed the day with 1,385,000 in chips trailing the Tournament #7 runner-up Chino Rheem who bagged 1,540,000 in chips. Adam Hendrix completed with 510,000 in chips and is in top place to make a climb up the U.S. Poker Open leaderboard the place he recently sits 5th total with 276 issues. If Hendrix reaches heads-up play, he’ll transfer forward of Tamon Nakamura at the standings who sits atop with 462 in issues.
Rounding out the overall desk is Dylan Weisman who has performed 3 occasions and ultimate tabled every one. In each the $10k Pot-Restrict Omaha and $10k Giant Wager Combine, Weisman completed in 5th position, and he’ll be taking a look to enhance on that on this tournament.
The general six avid gamers are assured $59,400 in prize cash, however all eyes can be at the $267,300 first-place prize and PGT trophy that awaits the Tournament #8: $15,000 Pot-Restrict Omaha winner.
Tournament #8: $15,000 Pot-Restrict Omaha Ultimate Desk
|1||Scott Seiver||United States||1,950,000|
|2||Phil Hellmuth||United States||1,385,000|
|3||Adam Hendrix||United States||510,000|
|4||Chino Rheem||United States||1,540,000|
|5||Isaac Kempton||United States||2,680,000|
|6||Dylan Weisman||United States||310,000|
When play resumes, there can be 21:33 ultimate in Stage 13 (15,000/25,000 blinds and a 25,000 large blind ante) and the button is on Isaac Kempton.
The general six avid gamers will go back to the PokerGO Studio on Thursday, March 24, at 12 p.m. PT with the overall desk airing on PokerGO.com and the PokerGO YouTube channel at 1 p.m. PT.
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