Joseph Cheong Eliminated by Salim Admon

Salim Admon opened on the button and Joseph Cheong defended the big blind. On the [Qh6h6c] flop, Cheong got in his remaining stack of about 20,000. Cheong: [th3h] Admon: [AsJc] The [8d] and [6d] completed the board to send Cheong to the rail.

Joseph Cheong Doubles Through Ali Imsirovic

Joseph Cheong jammed in his 15,000 remaining chips from under the gun and Ali Imsirovic called in the big blind for not much more. Cheong: [Ad9s] Imsirovic: [9d3s] The board ran out [AhQd6c2sTd] to give Cheong the double.

Nathan Zimnik Doubles Through Joseph Cheong

Joseph Cheong jammed from the hijack and Nathan Zimnik called in the cutoff for his 53,500 chips. Zimnik: [JcJh] Cheong: [KsJd] The board ran out [8s5h2cQcTd] and the dealer pushed the pot to Zimnik.

Salim Admon Doubles Through Joseph Cheong

Salim Admon raised to 10,500 from middle position and Joseph Cheong called on the button, as did Micah White from the big blind. The flop landed [Jd5h8s] and White led out for 16,500. Admon called and Cheong raised to 55,000. White used a time extension and then called, before Admon used

Chance Kornuth Does It Again; Wins Event #3 for Back-To-Back Titles

Chance Kornuth wins 2022 Stairway To Millions Event #3

Chance Kornuth can do no wrong at the 2022 Stairway To Millions. After winning the second event of the series on Friday, Kornuth returned to the winner's circle a day later when he won Event #3: $4,200 NL Hold'em for $80,640. Kornuth has now cashed in all three Stairway To

Watch the Event #3 Final Table on PokerGO.com at 4 p.m. ET

The final table of Event #3: $4,000 No-Limit Hold'em of the 2022 Stairway To Millions is set and will be airing on PokerGO.com at 4 p.m. ET. Watch the Event #3 final table on PokerGO.com here! Event #2 winner Chance Kornuth is the chip leader with 2,635,000 in chips ahead of Joseph

Event #2 Winner Chance Kornuth Leads the Final Table of Event #3: $4,000 No-Limit Hold’em, 12 advance to Event #4

Chance Kornuth came into Event #3: $4,000 No-Limit Hold’em shortly after winning Event #2 and quickly made use of his seat by amassing chips. He now finds himself in an excellent position to potentially go back-to-back as he chip leads with six players remaining. Joining Kornuth in the final six

Chance Kornuth Leads the Final Six of Event #3: $4,000 No-Limit Hold’em

Mere hours after winning Event #2 and a seat into this event, Chance Kornuth leads the final six of Event #3: $4,000 No-Limit Hold'em, holding more than 30% of the chips in play. Joining Kornuth at the final table are Joseph Cheong, Mitchell Halverson, Daniel Weinand, Nathan Zimnik, and Jesse Lonis. The

Chance Kornuth Gets Value From Joseph Cheong

Chance Kornuth limped under the gun, Joseph Cheong called the small blind, and Victoria Livschitz checked her option. The dealer spread the [KhJc2d] flop and after the blinds checked, Kornuth bet 65,000. Cheong and Livschitz called. The [5c] came on the turn and Cheong led for 130,000. Livschitz folded and Kornuth called. The