Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'ivan zufic'.
The 2021 U.S. Poker Open wrapped up Tuesday with David Peters earning his second consecutive USPO leaderboard title. The 12-event series at the PokerGO studios at the Aria in Las Vegas drew 837 total entries and awarded $11,084,000 in prize money. Throughout the two weeks of action, a number of familiar faces made their way to final tables while some less-than-well-known players seized a piece of the spotlight against some of the best players in the world. Peters' Personal Poker Playground Peters put on a performance for the ages on his way to winning the U.S. Poker Open leaderboard for a se
David Peters won his third 2021 U.S. Poker Open title on Monday night, but this time the former GPI Player of the Year rode a roller coaster to get there. The win came with a $465,750 payday and moved the defending U.S. Poker Open winner into the lead atop the U.S. Poker Open leaderboard. Peters worked his way from the bottom of the chip counts to the top and lasted through a marathon three-handed battle to win Event #11 ($25,000 NLHE) for his third win of the series and second in as many days. Frank Funaro started the final table as the shortest stack and didn't get much of a chance to
David Peters won his first U.S. Poker Open title in 2018. He followed that up in 2019 by winning his second career U.S. Poker Open title on his way to topping the series leaderboard. Like the rest of the poker world, Peters wasn't able to add a third title in 2020 with the series postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. On Thursday night, the former GPI Player of the Year defeated Jared Jaffee heads up to win the largest event in the three-year history of the U.S. Poker Open. The 99 entries in Event #7 ($10,000 NLHE) beat the previous record by nine runners and produced a prize pool of $9
Ivan Zufic came to the final table of Event #63 ($500 Mini Main Event) of the 2020 World Series of Poker Online with the chip lead and turned that lead into gold as he outlasted his final eight opponents to win $843,460 and his first career WSOP bracelet. The tournament drew a total of 15,205 across multiple starting flights with 2,055 of them returning to play Day 2 on Sunday. It took more than 16 hours to play down to a winner including more than two hours for the final table alone. Fedor Kruse came to the final table with the third shortest stack but had already picked up a $188,000 s