Chin Wei Lim Eliminated by Justin Bonomo

Justin Bonomo raised the button to 8,000 and Chin Wei Lim three-bet the small blind to 32,000. Bonomo called, and the flop landed [Tx2x2x]. Lim continued for 18,000 and Bonomo called as the [4x] fell on the turn. Lim moved all in and Bonomo called to put the Malaysian at risk. Lim: [8x8x] Bonomo:

Top Hands From The WSOP Europe €100K High Roller

Over the next week, the WSOP Europe Main Event will crown a champion from King’s Casino in Rozvadov. While exclusive coverage of the 2019 World Series of Poker Europe continues on PokerGO, we’re breaking down the biggest hands from the €100K High Roller final table. We barely get to see Phil

Lim Doubles Through Lee

Sam Greenwood raised to 45,000 and Hok Yiu Lee moved all in after which Chin Wei Lim called all in for 200,000 and Greenwood folded. Lim: [AcJs] Lee: [TsTh] The board ran out [Qh9dKhAh8h] and Tang found himself a double up by making a flush.

More For Tsang

Anson Tsang raised before the flop to 23,000 and Chin Wei Lim was the only player to make the call in position. The flop brought out [Kh7s6d] and Tsang bet 20,000 which was called by Lim. On the turn, the [Ks] hit and Tsang picked up the pot after betting another 45,000.

Grafton & Greenwood Lead British Poker Open Event #1 Final Table

Sam Grafton shares the chip lead with Luc Greenwood heading into the final table of Event #1 of the British Poker Open.

The final table is set for Event #1 of the inaugural British Poker Open at Aspers Casino in London. Leading the way are Luc Greenwood and Sam Grafton followed by Mike Watson. The final table seat draw is as follows. British Poker Open Event #1 Final Table Seat Name Country Chip Count 1 Luc Greenwood Canada 746,000 2 Steve O'Dwyer Ireland 365,000 3 Sam Grafton United

Chin Wei Lim’s Elimination Ends Day 1

With just under 10 minutes remaining in Level 13, Chin Wei Lim shoved his final 116,000 from the cutoff and Mike Watson called on the button. The blinds quickly folded and Lim was at risk for his tournament life, with [Ah7d] against Watson's [AdJd]. The [Kc5c3sQs6h] board came clean for Watson's suited