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Ben Tollerene is on the board in the U.S. Poker Open by winning the $10K High Roller event. Tollerene faced a tough lineup on PokerGO headlined by Cary Katz, Jake Schindler, and Ryan Riess.

Schindler reached a USPO final table for the second time in the series and improved on his fourth-place result in the Event #3 $25,000 High Roller.

Tollerene earns $187,600 for the win in a come from behind effort. In four-handed play, Tollerene was down to five big blinds and climbed his way back into contention. The win is Tollerene’s first cash in the series.

The $134,000 won by Schindler ascends him to second-place on the overall leaderboard. Stephen Chidwick still holds a massive lead on the field.

The USPO schedule rolls on tomorrow on PokerGO with the final table of the $25,000 High Roller. The action starts at 4:00 pm and the sixth winner of the USPO series will be crowned. Chidwick’s back-to-back wins dominate the early storylines but there is a lot of time and high buy-in events left for a new leader to emerge.

Keep up with all of the U.S. Poker Open action by following PokerGO and Poker Central on Twitter. Tune in tomorrow for the Event #6 final table.

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