Jake Daniels Wins 2022 PokerGO Cup Event #3 for $200,000

The 3rd match winner of the 2022 PokerGO Cup collection is Jake Daniels. On Saturday, Daniels took first position in Tournament #3: $10,000 No-Prohibit Hang’em for a $200,000 rating. Daniels crowned a box of 80 entries to get the win.

“I’ve employed a few coaches and I’ve installed a ton of labor within the final 5 or 6 months looking to recover as a result of those guys are so stinking excellent,” Daniels stated about his motivation to compete in PokerGO Excursion occasions. “I had a pleasant deep run in Florida for a WPT a few weeks in the past, made a last desk there. I like the contest.”

Daniels entered the overall day of play fourth in chips with six avid gamers last. He knocked out Michael Wang in 7th position on the finish of Day 1 after which went directly to knock out each and every different participant on the ultimate desk on Saturday, which integrated a double knockout of Chris Moorman and Sean Iciness.

The double-elimination hand came about with 5 avid gamers last. Daniels had ace-king and was once up in opposition to Moorman with ace-queen and Iciness with ace-five. Daniels was once already the chip chief originally of the hand and prolonged his lead even additional with this pot.

“Chris [Moorman] simply has to name it off there,” Daniels stated of the hand. “I shove so much wider than ace-king, and I used to be simply fortunate sufficient to appear again and he had the easiest quantity of chips to have to name with anything else. It was once a amusing little sweat and truly great to hit the king and fade the queen and the 5 and the 8.”

Daniels then went directly to defeat Jeremy Ausmus in heads-up play to win the $200,000 most sensible prize.

“I will dangle my very own,” Daniels stated. “I unquestionably assume I’ve some holes in my sport, however I’m operating on getting the ones holes out of there as excellent as I will. Those guys, they’re all truly freaking excellent.”

2022 PokerGO Cup Tournament #3 Effects

Position Participant Nation Prize
1 Jake Daniels United States $200,000
2 Jeremy Ausmus United States $144,000
3 Daniel Weinand Canada $96,000
4 Chris Moorman United Kingdom $80,000
5 Sean Iciness United States $64,000
6 Brock Wilson United States $48,000

The 3rd tournament of the 2022 PokerGO Cup drew 80 entries. The prize pool was once $800,000, with the highest 12 finishers putting within the cash.

Daniels’ Highway To Victory In Tournament #3

After build up a cast stack of chips all the way through the early ranges of play, Jake Daniels knocked out Stanley Tang in Stage 10 to reinforce to greater than one million in chips. Later in the similar degree, Daniels knocked out Dan Smith to pick out up much more chips.

Coming into Stage 12, it was once Daniels and Chris Moorman as the 2 largest stacks. They clashed to start out the extent and it ended in Daniels taking a success to his stack. When Stage 13 began, Daniels gained some chips again from Moorman to near the space.

When the sphere set out to one desk, Daniels was once 2nd in chips in the back of Moorman. Daniels misplaced a large pot to Daniel Weinand with 8 avid gamers left and located himself as one of the most shortest stacks last. Daniels then knocked out Michael Wang in 7th position to complete Day 1 fourth in chips coming into Saturday’s six-handed finale.

On the live-streamed ultimate desk, Daniels took out Brock Wilson in 6th position with pocket kings in opposition to Wilson’s pocket sixes. Then, Daniels doubled via Weinand to transport into the chip lead. Daniels had pocket jacks in opposition to the Shopify co-founder’s ace-ten.

With 5 avid gamers last and the blinds as much as 40,000-80,000 with an 80,000 giant blind ante, Daniels clashed with Moorman and Sean Iciness in a three-way all-in pot that noticed Daniels bust either one of his warring parties. At the button, Iciness raised to 400,000 with ace-five and left himself with 25,000 in the back of. Daniels was once within the small blind and reraised all in with ace-king. Moorman was once within the giant blind and known as all in for not up to Daniels with ace-queen. Moorman had extra chips than Iciness to start out the hand. When he known as all in, Moorman uncovered his hand as he was once unaware Iciness hadn’t acted on his last 25,000 in chips but. That despatched Iciness into the tank. Sooner or later, Iciness known as to create the three-way all-in pot. Daniels’ giant slick held up and he busted each Moorman and Iciness at the identical hand.

Daniels, Ausmus, and Weinand performed for somewhat prior to Weinand busted in 3rd. He shoved 2nd pair at the flip of a ten-high board and Daniels picked him off with most sensible pair. That gave Daniels a commanding chip lead coming into heads-up play. He had 9,525,000 to Ausmus’ 475,000.

Ausmus controlled to search out two doubles, however he couldn’t in finding the 3rd. At the ultimate hand, Ausmus were given it in excellent with ace-jack in opposition to Daniels’ jack-two, however Daniels spiked a deuce at the flop and held from there to get the victory.

With the win, Daniels picked up 200 issues for each the PokerGO Cup and PokerGO Excursion (PGT) leaderboards. He stated that he’s hoping to head on and win the PokerGO Cup collection identify.

“Every other W,” Daniels stated of what he’s taking a look ahead to for the rest of the collection. “I need to be first in issues. I need to win this factor.”

Sean Perry Takes PokerGO Cup Lead

Sean Perry completed 9th in Tournament #3, which gave him 32 PokerGO Cup leaderboard issues and allowed him to transport into first position. Perry gained the vast majority of his issues when he gained Tournament #2.

With the win in Tournament #3, Daniels progressed to 3rd position at the leaderboard, with Scott Ball transferring to fourth. Ball has cashed in all 3 2022 PokerGO Cup occasions. Michael Lang is the opposite participant to money in all 3 occasions.

2022 PokerGO Cup Leaderboard Most sensible 10

At the 2022 PGT leaderboard, Nick Petrangelo stays within the lead with 845 issues. Perry moved as much as 6th position along with his ninth-place end in Tournament #3 on the 2022 PokerGO Cup.

2022 PGT Leaderboard Most sensible 10

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2022 PokerGO Cup Time table

Date Tournament Purchase-In Beginning Stack Re-entry
Feb. 2 Tournament #1: No-Prohibit Hang’em $10,000 125,000 Double
Feb. 3 Tournament #2: No-Prohibit Hang’em $10,000 125,000 Double
Feb. 4 Tournament #3: No-Prohibit Hang’em $10,000 125,000 Double
Feb. 5 Tournament #4: No-Prohibit Hang’em $15,000 125,000 Double
Feb. 6 Tournament #5: No-Prohibit Hang’em $25,000 150,000 Double
Feb. 7 Tournament #6: No-Prohibit Hang’em $25,000 150,000 Double
Feb. 8 Tournament #7: No-Prohibit Hang’em $25,000 150,000 Double
Feb. 9 Tournament #8: No-Prohibit Hang’em $50,000 200,000 Unmarried

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Author: Bradley Watson