Sam Soverel Wins Event #43: $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em for $293,205

Closing out the big buy-in events at the 2021 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open was Event #43: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em. The tournament drew a field of 101 entries, of which 13 would finish in the money. Topping them all was Sam Soverel (pictured). He picked up the event's $293,205 first-place

James Calderaro Eliminated in 6th Place ($45,375)

James Calderaro moved all-in for his last 65,000 from middle position and Sam Soverel called. Calderaro: [Qh7s] Soverel: [JsJc] The board ran out [KdQd5cTc9h] and Calderaro was eliminated in sixth place for a $45,375 payday.

Sean Perry Eliminated in 10th Place ($28,120)

Sean Perry was all-in for his last 60,000 holding [AhAd] against the [KsTc] of James Calderaro. The board ran out [JdQc9d3d6s] and Perry was eliminated in 10th place for a $28,120 payday.

Matthew Sabia Four-Bet Jams

From under the gun, Matthew Sabia raised to 12,000. Tomas Soderstrom called from middle position, James Calderaro called from the hijack seat, and then Sean Perry popped it up to 52,000 out of the small blind. Ray Qartomy tanked from the big blind before folding. When Qartomy folded, one of

Philip Shing Eliminated by James Calderaro

James Calderaro raised to 5,500 in middle position before Philip Shing moved all-in for 23,000 from the button. Calderaro called and tabled his [AcTs] to be trailing the [QcQs] of Shing. The board ran out [KdTh8hAdTc] and Calderaro improved to a full house to eliminate Shing.

Set for James Calderaro

Landon Tice raised to 5,000 from under the gun and James Calderaro called from the big blind to see the [6d3hKh] flop. Calderaro checked and Tice continued for 4,000. Calderaro called before both players checked the [4s] on the turn. The river was the [5h] and Calderaro bet out 4,000. Tice folded,

Two Pair for James Calderaro

James Calderaro limped the small blind and Thomas Boivin checked in the big blind. The flop landed [5c8cTh] and Calderaro check-called a bet of 10,000 from Boivin. The [Jd] and [7s] checked through, and Calderaro tabled his [7h5h] for two pair as Boivin mucked.

Double Knockout for Justin Saliba

Justin Saliba opened to 9,000 in middle position and James Calderaro called on the button. Jake Schindler was all-in for 500 from the small blind, and Alex Foxen shoved from the big blind for 84,000. Saliba responded with a shove of his own as Calderaro open-mucked his [AxTx]. Saliba: [9h9c] Schindler: [Ks7d] Foxen: [Ac8c] The

$25K PLO High Roller Final Table Live on PokerGO

PokerGO is your home for World Series of Poker broadcasts and the final table of the $25,000 Pot Limit Omaha High Roller is live. Plenty of big names and former bracelet winners are still in contention, including 2017 champion James Calderaro. Scotty Nguyen controls the chip lead though, with Jason