The PokerGO جولة Tour He’s back in Venice in Las Vegas this week for a trio of high-cylinder No-Limit Hold’em events from May 5-7. The kick-off cycle featured a $10,000 subscription purchase, totaling 34 entries before registration officially closed. The $340,000 prize pool was split over the top five, with the lion’s share going to eventual champion Vikente Shigall.
Shegal is in an impressive race so far this year. This was his first and eighth title on the final table for 2022, with $772,721 winnings secured along the way. with 1,355 card player Player of the Year points, now ranked 57th in 2022 POY sponsored race Global Poker. He also got 136 PokerGO جولة Tour A point to win, enough to see him move near the top 30 in this points race.
Shegal eliminated Sam Soverl for seventh, then eliminated Elvis Toomas in the money bubble to continue his lead in the chips heading into a five-point move. His rampage continued when his influx beat out pair Daniel Colbis (5th – $23,800) to narrow the field to four.
Dylan Lindy was the only other player besides Shegall to score a knockout inside the money. His pocket stuck to Alex Foxen’s J-9, which fumbled in a straight draw and turned into a simple pull. Linde fumbled the bottom set, and improved to an entire house on the river to send Foxen home for $37,400. This was Team Foxen’s twelfth place on the final table of the year, with over $1.6 million POY Earnings accumulated so far. As a result of his impressive consistency, he now sits sixth in the POY Ranking and fifth on PGT Leaderboard.
Isaac Kempton was the next to fall. The Where are the millions? Runner-up in the main event and his talk PGT confrontation Four semi-final bets fit into the A-3 cards, only to hit Shegal’s pocket. The big pair held out to see Kimpton finish third for $54,500 and $150 POY points. It is now ranked 5th in the leaderboard and 4th in PGT a race.
Pre-flop cooler finished this championship. He entered a limp with a difference of 1010 Lindy called a lip. Lindy revealed her pocket 99. J . board ran329s. Linde snagged the lead by a group on the turn, but Shegal backed off in the flow to take down fate and the title. Linde, winner of the bracelet and world poker tour Champion, he earned $88.4,000 as the runner-up.
Here is a look at the payouts and rating points awarded in this event:
|place||player||profits (American dollar)||POY points||PGT points|
|1||you can fight||136000 dollars||240||136|
|5||Daniel Colboys||23,800 dollars||100||24|
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