On Monday, Chad Eveslage earned the largest live tournament score of his career when he won the record-setting $25,000 NL Hold'em High Roller at the 2022 World Series of Poker. Eveslage topped the 251-entry field to win $1,415,610 in prize money. "It feels good," Eveslage said. "I don't know, it's just
Ali Imsirovic has won back-to-back ARIA High Rollers for his sixth PokerGO Tour victory of 2022. Event #5: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em of the 2022 ARIA High Roller Series attracted a 32-entrant field and created a $320,000 prize pool. Following the eliminations of John Andress (5th) and Tamon Nakamura (4th), the
Chris Brewer was all-in for 22,000 under the gun before Sean Winter shoved for 109,000 from the small blind. Brewer: [Ad4s] Winter: [Ah7h] The board ran out [Td5c7c9d7s] and Brewer was eliminated.
Chris Brewer raised to 11,000 from middle position, and after Ameer Wakil called on the button, both Darren Elias and Dylan Linde called from the blinds. The [4dTdAc3dAd] board checked through to the river where Linde tabled his [KhTs]. Brewer showed [QhQx], but Wakil revealed the winning [5d5s] for a flush.
Craig Mason raised to 7,000 from the button and Chris Brewer called from the big blind. The flop landed [6h9c3c] and Brewer checked to Mason who bet 7,500. Brewer called, and when the turn landed the [5c], he led out for 6,000. Mason called as the river landed the [4d]. Brewer bet 55,000
Chris Brewer raised to 5,000 in the hijack and Jeremy Ausmus three-bet to 12,500 in the cutoff. Brewer shoved all-in for 67,000 and Ausmus called tabling his [AsAc]. "I got this one," Brewer said as he revealed his [Ah3h]. The board ran out [9sQhTc9h5h] and Brewer made a flush to double. Both Brewer and