Chance Kornuth Scores First Place in 2022 Stairway To Millions Event #2

Chance Kornuth wins 2022 Stairway To Millions Event #2

Chance Kornuth continued his impressive start to the 2022 Stairway To Millions series with a victory in Event #2: $2,150 NL Hold'em. Kornuth cashed in the first event, finishing 16th, and his prize included a ticket to the second tournament. After entering the final table of six in fourth chip

Eric Baldwin Eliminated by Alex Foxen

Alex Foxen opened to 12,000 from early position and Eric Balwin shoved in his approximately 90,000 stack from the hijack. Action folded back to Foxen and he called. Baldwin: [AsJc] Foxen: [9s9h] The board ran out [Kc8s6s3d4s] to keep Foxen's nines in front and send Baldwin to the rail.

Watch the Event #2 Final Table on at 4 p.m. ET

The final table of Event #2: $2,000 No-Limit Hold'em of the 2022 Stairway To Millions is set and will be airing on at 4 p.m. ET. Watch the Event #1 final table on here! Jovan Santiago finished Day 1 as the chip leader with 4,025,000 in chips ahead of Joelle

Event #1 Qualifier Jovan Santiago Leads the Final Table of Event #2: $2,000 No-Limit Hold’em, 19 Advance to Event #3

Jovan Santiago came into Event #2: $2,000 No-Limit Hold'em free-rolling thanks to his 23rd place finish in Event #1, and the Leominster, Massachusetts native now finds himself the chip leader with six to play. Joining Santiago in the final six are Joelle Parenteau, Eric Baldwin, Brock Wilson, Jeremy Ausmus, and

Jovan Santiago Leads The Final Six of Event #2: $2,000 No-Limit Hold’em

After winning his way into the event with a 23rd place finish in Event #1, Jovan Santiago leads the final six of Event #2: $2,000 No-Limit Hold'em, holding just over a quarter of the chips in play. Joining Santiago at the final table are Jeremy Ausmus, Joelle Parenteau, Brock Wilson, Chance

Vikenty Shegal Eliminated in 8th Place ($10,320)

Vikenty Shegal shoved in his 405,000 short stack in the small blind and Eric Baldwin thought about it and called in the big blind. Shegal: [Qd6h] Baldwin: [Th4h] The board ran out [Kh7s5sAc4d] to give Baldwin a pair on the river and eliminate Shegal in eighth place for $10,320, including a seat in

Chance Kornuth Doubles Through Eric Baldwin

Eric Baldwin opened to 190,000 from under the gun, and action folded to Chance Kornuth on the button, and he moved all-in for 1,010,000. The blinds folded, and Baldwin used all of his shot clock before calling. Kornuth: [TcTs] Baldwin: [AxTx] The board ran out [4h3h4d8c8s], and Kornuth's tens held to double and

Nut Flush for Jovan Santiago

Eric Baldwin opened to 130,000 in the cutoff and Jovan Santiago defended the big blind. On the [Ah9h3h] flop, Santiago check-called for 60,000. Both players checked the [4d] turn. On the [2s] river, Santiago bet 335,000 and Baldwin called. Santiago revealed [kh8h] for the nut flush to add to his stack, while Baldwin

Gary Leibovitz Eliminated in 10th Place ($7,740)

Gary Leibovitz got the rest of his approximately 700,000 chips in against Eric Baldwin. Leibovitz: [4x4x] Baldwin: [AsKd] The board ran out [Kh5s3d8hTc] to give Baldwin a pair of kings and eliminate Leibovitz in 10th place, good for $7,740, which includes a seat into Event #3.