Nick Petrangelo Wins PokerGO Cup Event #5, Daniel Negreanu Final Tables Event #6

Some of the very best on this planet, Nick Petrangelo, crowned a box of 41 entrants to win $369,000 on Monday within the 2022 PokerGO Cup Match #5: $25,000 No-Prohibit Hang’em. At the similar day, Daniel Negreanu in any case secured his first money of the sequence in Match #6: $25,000 No-Prohibit Hang’em however will input the general desk with probably the most smallest stacks.

Petrangelo persisted his brilliance on the best degree in securing his 3rd event already this yr, all at the PokerGO Tour. He already has over $2.1 million in are living event cashes in 2022, and has now eclipsed the $23 million mark lifetime, in step with the Hendon Mob database.

“The entirety has been going in reality neatly since even, like, September,” Petrangelo advised PokerGO. “A little bit up and down, however yeah, since then just about the entirety has been figuring out. I’m operating nice, successful all-ins, and getting palms on the proper instances. From time to time you get across the bubble when you’ve got a large number of chips and also you lose a few palms, nevertheless it’s been the other for me after I move deep and the entirety simply is going neatly.”

PokerGO Cup Match #5 Ultimate Desk Effects

Position Participant Prize
1 Nick Petrangelo $369,000
2 Invoice Klein $246,000
3 Nick Schulman $164,000
4 Sean Iciness $112,750
5 Ali Imsirovic $82,000
6 Darren Elias $51,250

Petrangelo Proves Tricky to Beat Heads-Up

Invoice Klein, some of the beneficiant gamers in poker, knocked out fashionable poker commentator Nick Schulman in 3rd position ($164,000) on the ultimate desk. That put him out in entrance of Petrangelo when heads-up play started.

The lead would develop to higher than 2:1, however Petrangelo floor his long ago and sooner or later took regulate of the entertaining heads-up fit.

With the blinds at 50,000/100,000, Klein limped at the button with {q-Diamonds}{j-Diamonds} and his opponent jammed for two.8 million efficient with {a-Clubs}{9-Hearts}. Klein made up our minds it was once time to gamble and put a chip within the pot to suggest a choice. The board ran out {6-Hearts}{k-Spades}{3-Diamonds}{6-Spades}{8-Spades} and that was once all she wrote for the $25,000 buy-in event on the PokerGO Studio in Las Vegas.

For his runner-up end, the rich businessman took house $246,000.


Sequence Winding Down

Jeremy Ausmus, whowon Event #4 and finished second in Event #3, had a chance to in reality distance himself from everybody else within the chase for the 2022 PokerGO Cup crown on Monday, however he ended up effervescent Match #6: $25,000 No-Prohibit Hang’em.

Nonetheless, with 407 issues for the sequence, he is moderately very easily forward of Cary Katz, who’s in 2d position with 294. Brock Wilson is in 3rd position with 283, Klein sits in fourth at 246, whilst Sean Perry rounds out the highest 5 (221).

Negreanu is the defending PokerGO Cup champion, however his probabilities of repeating are slender at this level. During the first 5 occasions, he did not file a unmarried money.

On a favorable observe for the Poker Corridor of Famer, he reached the Match #6 ultimate desk and sits in fourth position out of 5 final gamers with 510,000 chips. Sean Iciness will go back to the PokerGO Studio Tuesday at midday (airs at 1 p.m. PT on PokerGO) with the chip lead at 1,785,000 chips.

2022 PokerGO Cup Agenda and Up to date Effects

Date Purchase-In Entries Winner Prize
Feb. 2 Event #1: $10,000 NLH 77 Daniel Colpoys $200,200
Feb. 3 Event #2: $10,000 NLH 80 Sean Perry $200,000
Feb. 4 Event #3: $10,000 NLH 80 Jake Daniels $200,000
Feb. 5 Event #4: $15,000 NLH 65 Jeremy Ausmus $263,250
Feb. 6 Event #5: $25,000 NLH 41 Nick Petrangelo $369,000
Feb. 7 Match #6: $25,000 NLH      
Feb. 8 Match #7: $50,000 NLH      
Feb. 9 Match #8: $100,000 NLH      

*Pictures courtesy of PokerGO.

Author: Bradley Watson