The U.S. Poker Open continues its momentum as a high-stakes tournament.
Starting March 23, all tournaments will move to Las Vegas with buy-ins starting at $10,000.
The U.S. Poker Open continues its series of high-stakes tournaments.
The new U.S. Poker Open focuses on the NLH, starting this Thursday at the Aria Resort & In Las Vegas casinos, high-rolling gambling activities have been going on non-stop for several days.
The trophy and $1.25 million in cash were presented to Sean Winter.
Nacho Barbero’s stellar PokerGO Tour PLO Series has just concluded and the next event in the series is already underway. Prizes for each entry range from $10,000 to $50,000, and as usual, the winner will receive an additional $50,000.
Last year there was no Sean Winter who not only finished first in the main event but also finished first in the overall rankings name. But there are many outstanding candidates this year, so the competition is fierce. In this year’s rankings, Lautaro Guerra Cabrerizo takes first place with 774 points after winning three races in the PLO Series.
Nacho Barbero ranks first at No. 12 with 365 points, following players like Cary Katz and Alex Foxen who are also having promising 2023 seasons season.
The 2023 U.S. Poker Open has been exciting and exciting so far, with more to come. PokerGO is the Netflix of poker, allowing subscribers to watch all the action live.