PokerGO Cup: Poker Phenom Ali Imsirovic Wins Event #7: $25K NLHE For $365,000

The high-stakes MTT motion at PokerGO Excursion’s 2022 PokerGO Cup is drawing near the end line. On Wednesday, high-stakes specialist and the 2021 PokerGO Player of the Year Ali Imsirovic (quilt symbol) fought previous a box of 43 entries to win the penultimate tourney at the agenda – Match #7: $25K NLHE, keen on a $365,000 paycheque!

Imsirovic had entered the overall day with a chip lead and went toe-to-toe to assert the bragging rights, in the end defeating Sam Soverel heads-up.

Match #7 is the 3rd PokerGO Cup match Imsirovic has received. Closing yr, the 27-year-old Bosnian had ruled the PokerGO Excursion season with an astounding 34 cashes and $6 Million in general winnings. With this win, Imsirovic’s reside event winnings have crossed the $16 Million mark, and he has catapulted to the #4 spot at the 2022 PokerGO Cup leaderboard.

Event #4 winner Jeremy Ausmus (504 issues) positioned 3rd in Match #7, consolidating his lead within the PokerGO Cup leaderboard standings. Cary Katz (346 issues) and Brock Wilson (320 issues) take a seat at #2 and #3.

The collection finale, Match #8: $50K NLHE, performs all the way down to a winner on Thursday, February 9. Except Katz or Wilson make a top-two end within the match (and assuming Ausmus doesn`t money), Ausmus will gather the PokerGO Cup Championship name.

PokerGO tweeted about Imsirovic’s win, sharing his post-win interview.

The event generated a $1,075,000 prize pool, and simplest the overall seven avid gamers were given paid.

Apparently, Imsirovic hit the million-chip milestone early on Day 1 after getting rid of Nick Petrangelo in Degree 9. By the point the sphere had whittled all the way down to 9 avid gamers, Imsirovic used to be 2nd in chips in the back of Soverel. He eradicated Jason Koon at the cash bubble sooner than knocking out Roger Sippl (7th for $43,000) to near out Day 1 with over 2.67 Million in chips.

At the ultimate day, Imsirovic first took out Darren Elias and Cary Katz. After Nick Schulman`s fourth-place dismissal, Imsirovic dispatched Jeremy Ausmus to move heads-up in opposition to Soverel.

Soverel tried to show the tables, however Imsirovic used to be making a song the victory music finally. The overall hand noticed the duo cross all-in with Imsirovic’s flopping two-pair at the runout in opposition to Soverel’s .

Ali Imsirovic

 

Ultimate Desk Effects (USD)

  1. Ali Imsirovic – $365,500
  2. Sam Soverel – $236,500
  3. Jeremy Ausmus – $161,250
  4. Nick Schulman – $118,250
  5. Cary Katz – $86,000
  6. Darren Elias – $64,500
  7. Roger Sippl – $43,000

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Author: Bradley Watson