The major PokerGO Cup event of 2022 — Match #1: $10,000 No-Restrict Care for’em — is in the books following a four-hour closing desk Thursday afternoon in the PokerGO Studio on the ARIA in Las Vegas.
Daniel Colpoys, following a demanding heads-up fight in opposition to Andrew Lichtenberger, took down the title, beating out 77 entrants to establish $200,200. The runner-up earned $146,300 as a consolation prize.
PokerGO Cup Match #1 Final Table Results
Lichtenberger Comes Up Brief
Lichtenberger held a 2:1 chip advantage over his nearest competitor — Colpoys and Darren Elias — entering the last desk following Tuesday’s Day 1 session. For far of the last day, “Lucky Chewy” become dominating play, normally putting the smaller stacks in demanding spots with aggressive play.
During three-handed play, with Elias smartly on the help of the opposite two gamers, Lichtenberger flopped time out jacks however lost on the river in a two million-chip pot when Colpoys hit his flush. That put Colpoys in the lead and dropped “Lucky Chewy” out of first put for the major time on the last desk.
The eventual champ would prolong his lead when he busted Elias in third put ($100,100) when his held on in opposition to . That put up a heads-up match that become somewhat a fight, however Colpoys by no system gave up his advantage.
Within the last hand, with the board studying , Colpoys rivered a sequence with to crack . That put an shatter to the 77-player event, the major of the eight-event high roller PokerGO Cup sequence.
The 2022 PokerGO Cup continued on Thursday with Day 1 of Match #2: $10,000 No-Restrict Care for’em. In that event, there had been 80 purchase-ins in the pot and 49 entire gamers. That you would possibly maybe well protect the last desk on Friday at 1 p.m. PT on the PokerGO app (subscription required).
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2022 PokerGO Cup Agenda and Updated Results
|Feb. 2||Match #1: $10,000 NLH||77||Daniel Colpoys||$200,200|
|Feb. 3||Match #2: $10,000 NLH|
|Feb. 4||Match #3: $10,000 NLH|
|Feb. 5||Match #4: $15,000 NLH|
|Feb. 6||Match #5: $25,000 NLH|
|Feb. 7||Match #6: $25,000 NLH|
|Feb. 8||Match #7: $50,000 NLH|
|Feb. 9||Match #8: $100,000 NLH|
The PokerGO Cup is allotment of the PokerGO Tour, now in its 2d season. On the shatter of the sequence, an total champion will be crowned. Remaining one year, Daniel Negreanu took down the sequence title. “Kid Poker” didn’t learn the major event of the 2022 PokerGO Cup.
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