The final table is set for the $100,000 Poker Masters Main Event and it starts the way the series began last week. David Peters shipped Event 1 and is the chip leader by a slim margin over Dan Smith heading into tomorrow’s finale on PokerGO. The conclusion of the Poker Masters series attracted 25 total entrants and set up a long grind to the final four.

Brandon Adams and Isaac Haxton started play with hopes of donning the Purple Jacket but their chances were vanquished.

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Day 2 entrants Bryn Kenney led off the PokerGO feature table with a bang. The Super High Roller Bowl final tablist flopped big against Haxton and put the $10,000 Short Deck winner to the test on the river. Haxton failed and left his Purple Jacket odds on the felt for Kenney to scoop into his stack.

U.S. Poker Open champion Stephen Chidwick started his day hot from a late arrival. After dealing with passport issues, Chidwick finally got to the tables and wasted zero time making the room aware of his overwhelming presence.

Peters put an end to the Chidwick show midway through the day. A perfect flop combined with a huge hand for Chidwick led to fireworks with Peters claiming the chip lead as a result. Peters never relinquished the lead from that point forward for the rest of Day 2.

Adams battled all day but never gained major traction. His elimination in seventh place against Dan Smith signified the official arrival of Ali Imsirovic as the Poker Masters champion of 2018.

The night ended with 2017 Super High Roller Bowl winner Christoph Vogelsang exiting. Only four get paid in this event and Vogelsang missed by one mark to end his Poker Masters.

The four-handed official final table starts at 4 PM ET tomorrow on PokerGO with Koray Aldemir, Kenney, Smith, and Peters battling for the $1.15 million first-place prize.

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