A staple on your poker viewing calendar, the 2018 Poker Masters on NBC Sports continues tonight with no less than three final tables and a first look at the $100,000 Main Event. Action gets underway at 7:00 pm ET and this article we get you caught up with what to expect!

NBC Sports is your home for high stakes poker action on TV, The exclusive coverage of the 2018 Poker Masters was live on PokerGO in September and now you get to enjoy the final tables weekly on NBC Sports with commentary provided by Ali Nejad and Jeremy Ausmus.

The $100,000 Poker Masters Main Event Day 1 & 2 Recap

After a slow short start on Day 1 where 15 of the world’s best clashed it was David Peters who grabbed the lead. Brandon Adams and Isaac Haxton were eliminated while Justin Bonomo, Seth Davies, Rainer Kempe, and Ali Imsirovic also bagged big stacks.

On Day 2, the field swelled to a total of 25 entries with Peters maintaining his chip lead. The night ended with just four players as Stephen Chidwick and Christoph Vogelsang fell just short of the money. The chip counts at the final table were as follows.

Seat Name Chip Count
1 Dan Smith 2,030,000
2 David Peters 2,203,000
3 Bryn Kenney 227,000
4 Koray Aldemir 541,000

Watch the final table and the play leading up to it unfold on NBC Sports tonight starting at 7:00 pm, and until that time please learn more about Ali Imsirovic’s breakout performance. Listen to an in-depth interview with one of America’s brightest young players who captured the Purple Jacket at the 2018 Poker Masters.

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Bryn Kenney, Dan Smith, David Peters, Koray Aldemir, NBC Sports