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  1. For the first two hours of the PokerGO Cup Event #3 ($10,000 NLHE) final table on Friday night, Sam Soverel was in control and on top. The last hour was a different story however as Dylan Linde overcame a 3-1 heads-up chip deficit to win $169,300 and a PokerGO Cup title. The event started on Thursday and had 53 entries to build a $530,000 prize pool with seven players returning for the final on Friday. The fireworks got underway five minutes after cards were in the air and it involved the two shortest stacks and the biggest one. Soverel, who started the final table with the chip lead, raise
  2. Sean Winter helped bring the U.S. Poker Open 2021 series to a close after besting the field of 42 entries in Event #12 ($50,000 NLHE) and earned his second career USPO victory and the $756,000 first-place prize. However, who would win the largest payday of the series wasn’t the only storyline taking place inside the PokerGO Studio on Tuesday. Final table short stack, Sam Soverel, started the day as the only player with the chance to catch three-time 2021 USPO winner David Peters for the overall series lead. Although Soverel hung around, giving Peters a sweat, in the end, Soverel busted and
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