The U.S. Poker Open continued on Monday with the conclusion of the $10,000 buy-in Big Bet Mix occasion, which drew 48 gamers to create a complete prize pool of $480,000.
In the top, the title went to Florida-based poker professional John Riordan, who pocketed $163,200 for the win. This was the second largest match rating of Riordan’s profession, behind the $210,180 he earned for successful a WSOP Circuit fundamental occasion in 2011.
The closing seven gamers completed within the cash, with Majid Yahyaei busting on the bubble to safe the remaining gamers not less than a min-cash value $19,200.
The match format featured three video games, no-limit maintain’em, pot-limit Omaha, and no-limit 2-7 lowball. Although Sean Perry claimed that he didn’t actually know methods to play 2-7, that didn’t cease him from bagging up an enormous in a single day chip lead going into the ultimate desk.
The son of WSOP bracelet winner Ralph Perry has been on an unbelievable scorching streak of late, making ten closing tables since early March with two wins. All of those cashes have been in occasions with a $10,000 buy-in or greater, giving him $1.8 million in earnings for 2021.
Although he was unable to transform his chip lead right into a win this time round, he did end runner-up for one more $105,600 and 250 Card Player Player of the Year factors. Perry presently sits in fourth place within the standings.
Other closing tablists included Jeremy Ausmus (seventh), Jim Collopy (sixth), Brian Okin (fifth), Maxx Coleman (4th), and Alex Foxen (third).
Here are the ultimate desk outcomes.
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The U.S. Poker Open is a 12-event sequence held between June 3-14 on the Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.
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