The 2024 U.S. Poker Open continued at the PokerGO Studio from ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada with Event #6: $15,100 No-Limit Hold'em.

Sam Laskowitz bagged the chip lead and holds over 25% of the chips in play as six players remain. Aram Zobian, Brock Wilson, Joey Weissman, John Andress, and Dan Shak round out the players who will return for the final day as play resumes at 12 p.m. PT on Monday, April 15 with the delayed final table stream beginning at 2 p.m. PT on PokerGO.

The 62-entrant field created a prize pool of $930,000 and the top nine finishers earned a piece of it. Dylan Linde was the unfortunate bubble boy when he got his short stack in with ace-seven suited and ran into pocket kings. Soon after, Daniel Negreanu got tens in against Wilson's deuces, and a deuce on the flop sent "Kid Poker" home in ninth place. John Riordan then got his short stack in with queen-nine against Wilson threes. Riordan was unable to improve and was eliminated in eighth place as seven players converged on a single table.

The final table exchanged chips around as Weissman doubled through Zobian, before Jesse Lonis got his stack of just over seven big blinds in with queen-jack and ran into Laskowitz's pocket kings. Lonis failed to improve and he was eliminated in seventh place, while the six remaining players bagged to return for the streamed final table.

Lonis added to his lead and currently sits atop the U.S. Poker Open leaderboard in the race to be crowned the U.S. Poker Open champion and receive the Golden Eagle Trophy and a $25,000 PGT Passport. Zobian currently sits fourth after securing his third cash of the series and will overtake Lonis with a third-place finish or better. Laskowitz, Wilson, and Shak also picked up their third cash, while Weissman grabbed his second, and Andress notched his first of the series.

Each player has locked up $51,150 but all eyes will be on the $297,600 first-place prize, 298 PGT points, and Event #6 mini Golden Eagle trophy.

2024 U.S. Poker Open Event #6 Final Table

Seat Player Country Chip Count
1 Sam Laskowitz United States 1,990,000
2 Aram Zobian United States 1,605,000
3 John Andress United States 1,015,000
4 Joey Weissman United States 1,150,000
5 Brock Wilson United States 1,575,000
6 Dan Shak United States 420,000

When play resumes, there is 28:30 remaining in Level 14 with blinds at 15,000/30,000 with a 30,000 big blind ante. The button is on Aram Zobian.

Play will resume on Monday at 12 p.m. PT and the final table will be streamed on delay starting at 2 p.m. PT on PokerGO.com.

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