Qing Liu Doubles Through Michael Santos

Michael Santos raised on the button and Qing Liu called in the big blind for his 5,000 remaining chips behind. Liu: [AcQs] Santos: [Qc8c] The board ran out [Ad8s4sKdJh] to give Liu the pot and keep his tournament life alive.

Daniel Sepiol Grabs First Title of 2022 Stairway To Millions

Daniel Sepiol wins 2022 Stairway To Millions Event #1

Six players returned to the felt at the PokerGO Studio at ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas on Thursday, all vying for the title in Stairway To Millions Event #1: $1,100 NL Hold'em. After a brisk two hours of play, Daniel Sepiol emerged victorious to take home $28,500. Included

Katie Lindsay Eliminated by Qing Liu

Katie Lindsay shoved in her stack of roughly 70,000 in the hijack and Qing Liu called in the big blind. Lindsay: [QdJd] Liu: [Ac9d] The board ran out [Kc7h3c3hKd] and Lindsay was knocked out as her hand failed to improve, while Liu hopes to make another final table run as he did in

Watch the Event #1 Final Table on PokerGO.com at 4 p.m. ET

The final table of Event #1: $1,000 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 #1 final table on PokerGO.com here! Rich Dixon finished Day 1 as the chip leader with 6,500,000 in chips ahead of Justin

Final Table Seat Draw and Chip Counts

Seat 1 - Lee Alejandro Seat 2 - Jeremy Mintz Seat 3 - Qing Liu Seat 4 - Justin Saliba Seat 5 - Joseph Cheong Seat 6 - Daniel Sepiol Seat 7 - Josh Willard Seat 8 - Rich Dixon Seat 9 - Mehdi Anooshahr

David Levi Eliminated in 14th Place ($3,800)

Qing Liu opened to 110,000 in the cutoff and David Levi jammed in his 150,000 chips in the big blind. Liu called. Levi: [Ts8s] Liu: [KcJc] The board ran out [AcKh3h2sQh] to knock out Levi in 14th place. He cashed for $3,800 in prize money which includes a seat into Event #2.

Narayan Patel Eliminated in 18th Place ($3,800)

Qing Liu opened to 85,000 in middle position and Narayan Patel three-bet to 185,000 from the hijack. Action folded back to Liu who jammed, and Patel called for his 600,000 or so remaining chips. Patel: [QhQs] Liu: [AdKs] It was a classic flip, and the [As7h7d] flop vaulted Liu ahead. The [3c] turn