The 2023 PokerGO Cup continued on Tuesday with Event #6: $25,000 No-Limit Hold'em from the PokerGO Studio at ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The 50-entrant field is down to the final six players with Orpen Kisacikoglu holding half the chips in play after bagging 3,660,000 in chips. This is Kisacikoglu's second cash of the series following his sixth-place finish in Event #1, and he'll be looking to lean on his chip advantage to claim his first PokerGO Cup title. Trailing Kisacikoglu is Aram Oganyan who made his PGT debut in Event #5. Oganyan sits with 1,650,000 in chips and is the only other player in the seven-figure club. 

Alex Foxen is at his second final table of the series and sits with 965,000 in chips, while Cary Katz finished the day with 625,000 and is collecting his fourth cash of the series. Rounding out the final table with their first cash of the 2023 PokerGO Cup is Sean Perry and Sam Soverel who each bagged 330,000 and 270,000, respectively. The final six players have all locked up $75,000, while all eyes remain on the $400,000 first-place prize and title of Event #6 champion.

2023 PokerGO Cup Event #6 Final Table

Seat Player Country Chip Count
1 Orpen Kisacikoglu Turkey 3,660,000
2 Sean Perry United States 330,000
3 Aram Oganyan United States 1,650,000
4 Sam Soverel United States 270,000
5 Alex Foxen United States 965,000
6 Cary Katz United States 625,000

When play resumes, the button will be on Orpen Kisacikoglu and there will be 5:44 remaining in Level 14 with blinds at 15,000 / 30,000 and a 30,000 big blind ante.

Play will resume at 12 p.m. PT on Wednesday, January 18, and the final table will be streamed on delay starting at 1 p.m. PT on PokerGO.com.

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