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The condensed episodes of the 2018 U.S. Poker Open, as they aired on NBC Sports, are now available on PokerGO! Ready to start watching? Go straight to PokerGO right now and start watching Stephen Chidwick’s epic display of dominance in Las Vegas.

Across 12 episodes, you get to relive the 2018 U.S. Poker Open on the PokerGO app or website, to learn and be entertained by some of the best in the game. Pick your favorite episode from the breakdown below and start watching today!

Episode 1 – Event #1 – $10,000 No Limit Hold’em

The first final table is a battle between Justin Bonomo, Stephen Chidwick, David Peters, Boutros Nadim, Sam Soverel and Justin Young. There’s $190,400 up for grabs with a $40,800 minimum payout for the sixth-place finisher.

Episode 2 – Event #2 – $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha

This Pot Limit Omaha final table was brought down from a field of 64 players and the final six were Mike Gorodinsky, Rainer Kempe, Cary Katz, Anthony Zinno, Andy Andrejevic, and Robert Kirsch who battled it out over the $179,200 first prize.

Episode 3 – Event #3 – $25,000 No Limit Hold’em

This final table had a $374,000 first prize as Daniel Negreanu, Stephen Chidwick, and Jake Schindler, Keith Tilston, Brent Hanks, and Seth Davies duked it out.

Watch Daniel Negreanu in action during the 2018 U.S. Poker Open.
Watch Daniel Negreanu in action during the 2018 U.S. Poker Open.

Episode 4 – Event #3 – $25,000 No Limit Hold’em

Watch the conclusion of this event’s final table right now as Daniel Negreanu, Stephen Chidwick, and Keith Tilston battle it out for the win and $374,000.

Episode 5 – Event #4 – $25,000 Mixed Game Championship

The mixed games are here! Watch how Phil Hellmuth, Stephen Chidwick, Isaac Haxton, Chris Vitch, Dan Shak and Benjamin Pollak square off across a rotation of games with $382,000 up top.

Episode 6 – Event #5 – $10,000 No Limit Hold’em

Without Stephen Chidwick but with former WSOP Main Event winner Ryan Riess, Jake Schindler, Ben Tollerene, Cary Katz, Kristina Holst, and Rodger Johnson, this event has $187,600 up top.

Episode 7 – Event #6 – $25,000 No Limit Hold’em

On the first of two episodes of this final table with $416,500 up top, it’s Benjamin Pollak, Jason Koon, Isaac Haxton, Stephen Chidwick, Brian Green, and Elijah Berg who are duking it out.

Episode 8 – Event #6 – $25,000 No Limit Hold’em

The final table of this stacked even continues from Las Vegas as Benjamin Pollak, Jason Koon, and Stephen Chidwick battle for this U.S. Poker Open title and $416,500.

It was the Stephen Chidwick show at the 2018 U.S. Poker Open.
It was the Stephen Chidwick show at the 2018 U.S. Poker Open.

Episode 9 – Event #7 – $25,000 No Limit Hold’em

Daniel Negreanu returns to the final table along with Stephen Chidwick, Sean Winter, Keith Tilston, and Ben Tollerene with another $400,000 and valuable USPO leaderboard points are up for grabs before the USPO Main Event.

Episode 10 – Event #7 – $25,000 No Limit Hold’em

The Event #7 $25,000 NLH final table continues from Las Vegas. Three players remain and $400,000 is up top. Watch David Peters, Stephen Chidwick, andSean Winter battle for the U.S. Poker Open title now.

Episode 11 – Event #8 – $50,000 No Limit Hold’em Main Event

And then there is the Main Event! Play begins on Day 2 of the big buy-in event with Daniel Negreanu, Jake Schindler, Brian Rast, and more chasing USPO points leader Stephen Chidwick.

Episode 12 – Event #8 – $50,000 No Limit Hold’em Main Event

The Event #8 $50,000 Main Event continues live from Las Vegas with a stacked final table. Watch Daniel Negreanu, Jake Schindler, Keith Tilston, Dan Smith, and Tom Marchese play for $660,000 and the U.S. Poker Open’s biggest title now.

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Stephen Chidwick, Daniel Negreanu, Sam Soverel, Anthony Zinno, Sean Winter, Jake Schindler, Justin Young, Jason Koon, Cary Katz, Dan Shak, Rainer Kempe, Ben Tollerene, Isaac Haxton, Chris Vitch, Benjamin Pollak, Andy Andrejevic, Boutros Nadim

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