Reduce Petrangelo Wins PokerGO Cup Occasion #5, Daniel Negreanu Closing Tables Occasion #6

Nick Petrangelo

One in every of the easiest on this planet, Reduce Petrangelo, topped a self-discipline of 41 entrants to attract end $369,000 on Monday in the 2022 PokerGO Cup Occasion #5: $25,000 No-Limit Take dangle of’em. On the identical day, Daniel Negreanu in the waste secured his first money of the sequence in Occasion #6: $25,000 No-Limit Take dangle of’em nonetheless will enter the closing table with out a doubt one of many smallest stacks.

Petrangelo persevered his brilliance on the very ideal stage in securing his third match already this year, all on the PokerGO Tour. He already has over $2.1 million in live match cashes in 2022, and has now eclipsed the $23 million label lifetime, in accordance to the Hendon Mob database.

“Every thing has been going indubitably effectively since even, cherish, September,” Petrangelo suggested PokerGO. “A bit of up and down, nonetheless yeah, since then ideal unprecedented all the issues has been understanding. I’m working big, a success all-ins, and getting fingers on the lawful instances. Typically you salvage across the bubble while that it is doubtless you’ll enjoy a range of chips and you lose a few fingers, on the opposite hand it’s been the replacement for me when I’m going deep and all the issues simply goes effectively.”

PokerGO Cup Occasion #5 Closing Desk Outcomes

Lisp Participant Prize
1 Reduce Petrangelo $369,000
2 Invoice Klein $246,000
3 Reduce Schulman $164,000
4 Sean Winter $112,750
5 Ali Imsirovic $82,000
6 Darren Elias $51,250

Petrangelo Proves Not easy to Beat Heads-Up

Invoice Klein, no doubt one of essentially the most beneficiant avid gamers in poker, knocked out standard poker commentator Reduce Schulman in third set ($164,000) on the closing table. That place him out in entrance of Petrangelo when heads-up play began.

The lead would develop to better than 2:1, nonetheless Petrangelo ground his manner again and lastly took withhold watch over of the involving heads-up match.

With the blinds at 50,000/100,000, Klein limped on the button with {q-Diamonds}{j-Diamonds} and his opponent jammed for 2.8 million fine with {a-Clubs}{9-Hearts}. Klein determined it turned into time to gamble and place a chip in the pot to signify a name. The board ran out {6-Hearts}{k-Spades}{3-Diamonds}{6-Spades}{8-Spades} and that turned into all she wrote for the $25,000 take-in match on the PokerGO Studio in Las Vegas.

For his runner-up develop, the effectively off businessman took dwelling $246,000.

Sequence Winding Down

Jeremy Ausmus, whoreceived Occasion #4 and done 2nd in Occasion #3, had a risk to indubitably distance himself from every person else in the skedaddle for the 2022 PokerGO Cup crown on Monday, nonetheless he ended up effervescent Occasion #6: $25,000 No-Limit Take dangle of’em.

Mute, with 407 aspects for the sequence, he’s quite comfortably forward of Cary Katz, who is in 2nd set with 294. Brock Wilson is in third set with 283, Klein sits in fourth at 246, while Sean Perry rounds out the tip 5 (221).

Negreanu is the defending PokerGO Cup champion, nonetheless his probabilities of repeating are slim at this level. By the first 5 events, he didn’t sage a single money.

On a high quality level to for the Poker Corridor of Famer, he reached the Occasion #6 closing table and sits in fourth set out of 5 closing avid gamers with 510,000 chips. Sean Winter will return to the PokerGO Studio Tuesday at midday (airs at 1 p.m. PT on PokerGO) with the chip lead at 1,785,000 chips.

2022 PokerGO Cup Schedule and Up so far Outcomes

Date Decide-In Entries Winner Prize
Feb. 2 Occasion #1: $10,000 NLH 77 Daniel Colpoys $200,200
Feb. 3 Occasion #2: $10,000 NLH 80 Sean Perry $200,000
Feb. 4 Occasion #3: $10,000 NLH 80 Jake Daniels $200,000
Feb. 5 Occasion #4: $15,000 NLH 65 Jeremy Ausmus $263,250
Feb. 6 Occasion #5: $25,000 NLH 41 Reduce Petrangelo $369,000
Feb. 7 Occasion #6: $25,000 NLH      
Feb. 8 Occasion #7: $50,000 NLH      
Feb. 9 Occasion #8: $100,000 NLH      

*Photographs courtesy of PokerGO.

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