Poker Masters 2019

veramosunova

ARIA Resort & Casino, November 4-14, held the third annual Poker Masters at PokerGO Studio. The player who collects the Year’s highest roller points during the Poker Masters will be awarded as a Poker Masters Champion and get Purple Jacket and a top prize of $100,000!

Ali Imsirovic is a champion 2018 after the win of $1.2 million in this event. The real hero of this poker festival was Sam Soverel, who managed to get to the 7 final tables in 10 tournaments. During this time, Sam earned $ 1,400,000 in prize money.

There were 10 events:

2019 Poker Masters Schedule

Start DateFormatBuy-in

4-Nov

5-Nov

6-Nov

7-Nov

8-Nov

9-Nov

10-Nov

11-Nov

12-Nov

13-Nov

No Limit Hold’em

Pot Limit Omaha

Short Deck

8-Game

Big Bet (NLH, PLO,2-7 SD)

No Limit Hold’em

Pot Limit Omaha

No Limit Hold’em

No Limit Hold’em

No Limit Hold’em

$10,000

$10,000

$10,000

$10,000

$10,000

$25,000

$25,000

$25,000

$50,000

$100,000

Isaac Baron Takes The 2019 Poker Masters Event # 1

With a win in Event # 1: $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em, the gambler got his 2019 Poker Masters off to a running start. The 2019 Poker Masters ‘ opening event met 97 players at the PokerGo Studio, reducing them to the final table of eight after nineteen intense poker action levels.

Baron held the lead of the chip with five poker players. Sam Soverel was the first who left and took home $77,600 to finish fifth, bringing his total earnings to almost $4 million in 2019.

Isaac continued playing with Jeremy Ausmus who finished fourth after picking up all his remaining chips against Baron’s Q-9 with Q-7. Ausmus got $97,000. Baron series of knockouts was continued and he finished Wong in third place after his off-suit jack-six against the king-nine of Wong. This gambler received $116,400.

Baron began the heads-up game with a significant lead over American Kornuth. Nevertheless, this battle was very short, as Baron moved all-in with five-three of clubs, prompting an ace-nine call from Kornuth. Upon reaching a three, Baron’s triumph was official, taking the top prize. Kornuth earned $164,900 as runner-up.

Also one of the most dramatic wins was on Event #3. Jonathan Depa wins Short Deck chops. 6+ Hold’em is getting popular among poker players and confirmation of this is the holding of events with such a high buy-in.

This tournament brought together 37 entries that formed a prize pool of $ 133,000. Almost from the very beginning of the event, Depa took the lead and held it until the very end.

A week ago in Rozvadov, Jonathan already won the 6+ Hold’em tournament and then the American took 641,000 euros in prize money for the victory. Six people played at the final table and each of them wanted to win. Sam Soverel left the game first, completing the event in sixth place. Then Ben Yu and Van Hoof joined him.

Erik Seidel struggled to get into the final heads-up but limited himself to only third place and $ 59,000 in prize money.

The fate of the trophy was decided in heads-up between Alex Foxen and Jonathan Depa. In the last hand of the event, Foxen all-in with 9-J, to which Depa called with Q-J.

Alex got a lot of outs on the flop, but Jonathan won with a pair of queens. For the victory, Depa received a prize of $ 133,000, and Foxen took $ 88,000.

6+ Hold’em Poker Masters Tournament Final Table Results

  • Poker Masters 2019 1 Jonathan Depa (USA) - $ 133,000
  • Poker Masters 2019 1 Alex Foxen (USA) - $ 88,000
  • Poker Masters 2019 1   Eric Seidel (USA) - $ 59,000
  • Poker Masters 2019 1 Yorit Van Hoof (Denmark) - $ 37,000
  • Poker Masters 2019 1 Ben Yu (USA) - $ 29,000
  • Poker Masters 2019 1 Sam Soverell (USA) - $ 22,000

In the top 3 of the $ 10,000 Big Bet Mix tournament at Poker Masters 2019 Event # 5, French professional Julien Martini lost almost all of his chips. He has only 0.5 BB left on the stack. But this did not stop him from making a grand comeback and winning the victory. Moreover, it was important for the player to get a trophy. In heads-up, Martini defeated the Austrian high roller Kahle Burns. But the most exciting struggle unfolded in the top 3 until the Dutch pro Jorryt van Hoof left the game after a triple all-in.

2019 Poker Masters Event #5: $10,000 Big Bet Mix Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrize
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Julien Martini

Kahle Burns

Jorryt van Hoof

Sam Soverel

Stephen Chidwick

Pedro Bromfman

Yuri Martins Dzivielevski

Erik Seidel

France

Australia

Netherlands

United States

United Kingdom

United States

Brazil

United States

$166,400

$109,200

$72,800

$52,000

$41,600

$31,200

$26,000

$20,800

Event # 6 kicked-start the beginning of a period of women's victories. Kristen Bicknell, a poker player from Canada, wins the Biggest Career Prizes at Poker Masters with a buy-in of $25,000. It's amounted of $ 8.5 million and now Kristen is considered as the most professional poker player among women.

According to the poker player, she was in a good mood before this tournament. During the game in the event, she was very focused and tried to play as best as possible.
In heads-up, the poker player met with the owner of two gold bracelets Chance Kornut. For second place, he received $ 268,000.

In the top 3, there was the owner of the purple jacket at Poker Masters Ali Imsirovich ( received $ 179,000). Fourth place took the Hungarian poker player Andras Nemeth with a win of $ 127,000. He earned $ 2,985,000 for his poker career in live tournaments.

2019 Poker Masters Event #6: $25,000 No Limit Hold’em Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrize
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Kristen Bicknell

Chance Kornuth

Ali Imsirovic

Andras Nemeth

Ralph Wong

Ben Heath

David Stamm

Elio Fox

Canada

United States

Bosnia & Herzegonvia

Hungary

United States

United Kingdom

United States

United States

$408,000

$267,500

$178,500

$127,500

$102,000

$76,500

$63,750

$51,000

The Australian poker player Kahle Burns got 416 000$ in Poker Masters Event # 9.

Australian defeated the current champion Ali Imsirovic and after this victory, Burns joined the race for the purple bracelet. He had good chances to get the Purple Jacket.
Ali Imsirovic was the chip leader at the beginning of the final table, but soon the situation changed. Over and over again, Ali was losing large banks and his leadership.

Alex Foxen was the first of the six finalists who left the tournament, followed by David Peters. Their prize money was less than $ 100,000.
The first five closed Elio Fox, who finished the tournament in fifth place. Sam Soverel and Sin Winter stopped a step before the heads-up: they took fourth and third places, respectively. Sin Winter went all-in with Q-K.

2019 Poker Masters Event #9: $25,000 No-Limit Hold’em Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrize
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Kahle Burns

Ali Imsirovic

Sean Winter

Sam Soverel

Elio Fox

David Peters

Alex Foxen

Australia

Bosnia & Herzegovina

United States

United States

United States

United States

United States

$416,500

$269,500

$183,750

$122,500

$98,000

$73,500

$61,250

So, let’s talk few words about the winner of this Event. As we said before Sam Soverel won ME Poker Masters and won the Purple Jacket. The final table started with six players, including pros such as Chris Haniken, Elio Fox, Stephen Chidwick, Set Davis, Ali Imsirovich and Sam Soverel. The first game left Ali Imsirovich, who was not lucky enough to become a bubble fight.

2019 Poker Masters Event #10: $50,000 No-Limit Hold'em Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrize

1

2

3

4

5

Sam Soverel

Chris Hunichen

Elio Fox

Stephen Chidwick

Seth Davies

United States

United States

United States

United Kingdom

United States

$680,000

$442,000

$272,000

$170,000

$136,000

Comments
  • Date
  • Popular

Here is no comments. Be a first!

Also interesting
SIGN UP FOR +400
NO DEPOSIT SPINS!
By subscribing you are certifying that you are over the age of 18.