PokerGO is your home for everything and anything Poker Masters. Feature and final table streams from the highest stakes week of the years will give fans from around the world the opportunity to watch the world’s best players compete for the Poker Masters Purple Jacket™. “Photo Masters” will recap each day’s action with shots from the floor, helping to tell the Poker Masters story throughout the series.

It was déjà vu at the third Poker Masters $50,000 prelim final table. In Event #2, Steffen Sontheimer returned to the final table after finishing 4th the day before, to notch a second-straight cash and his first Poker Masters win. Bryn Kenney did the same in Event #3, returning to the final table after cashing the previous day and ninja-ing his way to another High Roller winner’s circle, something he has done time and time again this year.

While Kenney’s win moved him over $1 million in Poker Masters cashes, it wasn’t enough to move to the top of the Poker Masters Championship Standings. Steffen Sontheimer still holds the top spot on that leader board and after making his 3rd final table of the series, the German’s advantage at the top should increase before the $100,000 Championship.

The Poker Masters $100,000 Championship begins Monday, September 18 and fans from around the world will be able to watch the series finale play out in real time. PokerGO will stream the $100,000 Championship from start to finish, with feature table coverage during Day 1 and Day 2 of the event. The final table will also be streamed and a complete PokerGO streaming schedule can be found here.

Both Doug Polk and Jake Schindler, pictured top, were all smiles during the early portion of yesterday’s Event #3 final table, but by day’s end, neither were likely happy with where they finished. They’ll have another chance at Poker Masters glory today though, as both immediately jumped into Event #4 and navigated their way to back-to-back final tables. If the trend that we’ve seen throughout this Poker Masters series continues, the winner of today’s event is in this selfie.