Andrew Lichtenberger opened to 18,000 from under the gun and Shawn Daniels three-bet to 45,000 next to act. Action folded back to Lichtenberger, and he called. The dealer spread the [Ah9h3c], and action checked through. The turn [Ad] hit the felt, Lichtenberger checked, and Daniels bet 26,000. Lichtenberger check-raised to
With roughly 85,000 in the middle and the board reading [Tc2s8dAc7h], Andrew Lichtenberger checked from the small blind to Nitis Udornpim who bet 49,500 leaving himself just 500 behind. Lichtenberger used three time extensions before calling. Udornpim tabled his [KhQh], but it would be Lichtenberger's [Td9h] that would earn him the pot.
The PokerGO Tour continues in 2021 with tens of millions of dollars at stake across 150 tournaments spanning across the globe. The PokerGO Tour will celebrate the most elite professional poker players with the PokerGO Tour Rankings showcasing who holds the top spot in the world of high-stakes poker players. The
The high roller returned to The Venetian Resort Las Vegas last week with four tournaments that stretched into the weekend, and PokerGO News providing live reporting of all the events. The four tournaments included two $10,000 buy-ins, and two $25,000 buy-ins, as Andrew Lichtenberger won two events while Ali Imsirovic
Following a 3-way deal, Andrew Lichtenberger walks away with his second event title of the weekend and the first-place prize of $125,350. Cary Katz finishes in second place for $121,130, and Nick Petrangelo finishes in third place for $103,520. The 14-entrant field created a prize pool of $350,000 and was