The Event #7 $25K High Roller final table is live on PokerGO and that means the homestretch of the first-ever U.S. Poker Open is officially underway. Stephen Chidwick, who has dominated through the first week of the series, returns to another USPO final table with the chip lead and will go for his third USPO victory today. If he does, he will extend his Championship standings lead, but some of the world’s best No Limit Hold’em players are in his way.
Ben Tollerene and Daniel Negreanu join Chidwick at the final table, although both are on short stacks. Chidwick’s toughest competition may come from the top of the leaderboard, as both Sean Winter and David Peters are right behind the chip leader. Winter is recording his first cash of the series in Event #7, while Peters is making his second PokerGO appearance.
The U.S. Poker Open will stream every day this week and the Event #7 final table is now live. The $25,000 No Limit Hold’em High Roller final table seat draw, along with the player’s chip counts, is provided below:
- Ben Tollerene – 270,000
- Sean Winter – 1,510,000
- Daniel Negreanu – 640,000
- Keith Tilston – 745,000
- David Peters – 1,340,000
- Stephen Chidwick – 1,745,000
A list of the remaining Event #7 payouts is also provided below:
If either Negreanu or Tolerene make a deep run at the Event #6 final table, they will move into U.S. Poker Open Championship contention. They’ll have to likely go back-to-back to end the series though, as the USPO $50,000 NLH Main Event is all that remains of the eight-event series.
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