Walter Chambers' third cash of the PGT Mixed Games 2024 was the elusive victory he had been looking for. After finishing fourth in Event #8 and sixth in Event #9, Chambers bested a field of 28 entries to win Event #10: $5,100 No-Limit 2-7 for $63,000. 

Chambers bought into Event #10 late after busting in sixth place on the livestreamed 10-Game Championship final table. He steadily chipped up, but by the time the final table was reached, he had slipped and was seventh in chips of the remaining seven players. However, an early double-up through John Riordan put him in the middle of the pack. He made the money with a below-average stack, but another double-up through Riordan put him into the chip lead.

The lengthy four-handed battle saw each player hold the chip lead at one point or another, but ultimately a third double-up for Chambers through Riordan was too much for the latter to come back from. After Felipe Ramos eliminated Jonathan Krela in third place, Chambers was at a 2-to-1 disadvantage beginning heads-up play. However, a double-up for Chambers quickly into the match gave him the lead, and a few minutes later he closed it out.

PGT Mixed Games II Event #10 Results

Place Player Country Points Prize
1st Walter Chambers United States 63 $63,000
2nd Felipe Ramos Brazil 39 $39,200
3rd Jonathan Krela United States 22 $22,400
4th John Riordan United States 15 $15,400

Here was the top 10 of the PGT Mixed Games 2024 leaderboard following the conclusion of Event #10.

PGT Mixed Games 2024 Leaderboard

Rank Player Country Winnings Points
1st Max Hoffman United States $376,300 331
2nd Dan Zack United States $348,950 287
3rd Jerry Wong United States $260,150 261
4th John Hennigan United States $256,900 256
5th Daniel Negreanu Canada $252,350 252
6th Dylan Weisman United States $375,935 233
7th Alex Livingston Canada $335,590 232
8th John Racener United States $255,400 222
9th Jeremy Ausmus United States $214,800 215
10th Mori Eskandani United States $201,600 202

That concludes PGT Mixed Games 2024, but next up on the PGT schedule is the PGT PLO Series beginning on Monday, March 18th, followed by the US Poker Open beginning on April 5th.

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