Wednesday February 9, 2022 at 3:45 am

The 2022 PokerGo Cup continued at the Aria Casino in Las Vegas this week. Daniel Negreanu outlasted 35 entries in Event #6 $25,000 NL to win $350,000 after outlasting a final table that included Sean Winter, Vikenty Shegal, Stephen Chidwick, and Brock Wilson. Nick Petrangelo binked Event #5 $25,000 NL for $369,000 after he was the last player standing out of 41 runners, and Jeremy Ausmus shipped Event #4 $15,000 NL for a $263,250 score.

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Event #6 $25,000 NL Champion

We have three more champions at the PokerGo Cup at the Aria Casino in Las Vegas and the latest winners include familiar faces like Daniel Negreanu, Jeremy Ausmus, and a red-hot Nick Petrangelo -- who won back-to-back events at the inaugural Stairway to Millions at the Aria two weeks ago – and padded his overall lead on the PokerGo Tour Leaderboard.

On Sunday, Jeremy Ausmus was the last player standing in PokerGo Cup Event #4 $15,000 NL, which attracted 65 entrants and a prize pool worth $975,000. Only the top ten places paid out with $263,250 and 263 points set aside to the champion. Notables who went deep and cashed included Jake Schindler, Steve Z, Alex Foxen, and Ian Bradley. The final table of six included Jeremy Ausmus, Brock Wilson, Cary Katz, Bill Klein, Justin Saliba, and Jesse Lonis.

Katz busted in third place for a $127K score, which set up the heads-up battle between Brock Wilson and Jeremy Ausmus. Wilson was unable to pull off a comeback and he hit the bricks in second place. A runner-up finish paid out $195K to Wilson. Ausmus banked $263,500 for the victory.

On Monday, Nick Petrangelo continued his run good with a victory in the first $25K on the schedule at the PokerGo Cup. Event #5 $25,000 NL attracted 41 entrants and a prize pool just north of $1 million. The final six places paid out with $396K set aside to the champ.

The final table of six included Ali Imsirovic, Darren Elias, Sean Winter, Nick Schulman, Bill Klein, and Nick Petrangelo. Imsirovic, who dominated the 2021 PokerGo Tour, saw his run end in fifth place but he earned 49 PGT points. Nick Schulman bounced in third place, which set up a heads-up joust between Bill Klein and Nick Petrangelo.

Klein final tabled back-to-back events but he missed out on the big pay day in both. He settled on a runner-up finish in Event #5 which was worth $246,000. Not too shabby, eh? Petrangelo earned 221 PGT points and walked away with $396,000 score.

On Tuesday, it was Kid Poker's turn to step into the winner's circle for his first victory at the PokerGo Cup. Event #6 $25,000 NL attracted 35 entrants and a prize pool worth $875K with just five players getting a slice of the pie. The final five at the final table included Daniel Negreanu, Sean Winter, Vikenty Shegal, Stephen Chidwick, and Brock Wilson.

Shegal busted in third place, which set up the heavyweight bout between Sean Winter and Daniel Negreanu. When the dust settled, Negreanu emerged as the victor. Winter could not prevent the Canadian from snagging the $25K title, but he had a decent payout of $227,500 for the consolation prize. Negreanu padded his bankroll with a score worth $350,000. KidPoker also snatched up 210 juicy PGT points.

Jeremy Ausmus leads the 2022 PokerGo Cup Leaderboard with 407 points, followed by Brock Wilson (320), Cary Katz (294), Sean Winer (269), and Bill Klein (264). Nick Petrangelo is sitting in seventh overall with 221 points and Negreanu is right behind him with 210 points... all of which he secured with the win in Event #6.

Meanwhile, Petrangelo retains his top spot on the 2022 PokerGo Tour Leaderboard with 1,066 points. Petrangelo became the first player to pass the 1,000-point mark this season and we're just one week into February. Ali Imsirovic -- last year's PGT champ -- sits in second place with 432 points, but he trails Petrangelo by 634 PGT points. With 407 total points from the PokerGo Cup, Ausmus moved into third overall.

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Phil Hellmuth defeated a fifth opponent on High Stakes Duel when Scott Seiver stepped in as a last-minute replacement for Tom Dwan in Round 4 of High Stakes Duel III. Hellmuth and Seiver both put up $400,000 for this round, and Hellmuth walked away with $800,000. The two will meet in a rematch sometime in the future worth $1.6 million.

Tuesday May 17, 2022 at 7:25 pm
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Sunday May 8, 2022 at 5:30 pm
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Thursday April 28, 2022 at 4:07 pm
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Get ready for another heavyweight bout between Phil Hellmuth and Tom Dwan. The made-for-streaming event -- High Stakes Duel III -- will have a fourth round and a third heads-up match between Hellmuth and Dwan with $800,000 on the line. In the summer of 2021, Dwan won their first meeting. In January of 2022, Hellmuth evened the score with a win. A rubber match is set for May 12 at the PokerGo Studios at the Aria Casino in Las Vegas, and it will be aired exclusively on PokerGo.

Tuesday April 19, 2022 at 3:50 pm
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Get ready for the 14th version of the PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP), which starts on May 8 and runs through June 1 with 318 events spread out on three-different buy-in levels in almost every format imaginable with buy-ins ranging from $2.20 to $25K. There will be a special Women's SCOOP event, along with the coveted SCOOP Main Event Championship. This year will have over $78.5 million in guaranteed prize pools with over $11.5 million in guarantees set aside for the Main Event at all three levels of Low, Medium, and High.

Wednesday April 13, 2022 at 2:27 am
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It was another highly success event at the Seminole Hard Rock Casino in Hollywood, Florida with the 2022 WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown. The latest stop on the World Poker Tour attracted 2,100 players for the $3,500 buy-in event with a prize pool in excess of $6.4 million. Darren Elias bagged the chip lead heading into the final table and he's eying a fifth WPT title and the first-place prize worth $1 million. Also still left in the hunt are Viet Vo, Mark Davis, Marcos Exterkotter, Michael Laufer, and Andrew Barfield. The final table resumes play on May 25 in Las Vegas.

Friday April 8, 2022 at 6:41 pm
The PCA returns in 2023, hosting the PSPC at Baha Mar in Bahamas

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Tuesday March 29, 2022 at 2:56 am
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Wednesday March 23, 2022 at 3:01 am
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Tuesday March 15, 2022 at 6:22 pm
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Monday March 14, 2022 at 3:33 am
Quickie history of NYC underground poker scene

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Thursday March 10, 2022 at 9:34 pm
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Tuesday March 1, 2022 at 12:41 am
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Thursday February 17, 2022 at 8:06 pm
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Saturday February 12, 2022 at 1:30 am
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Saturday February 5, 2022 at 5:11 pm
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Friday January 28, 2022 at 10:04 pm
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