Short Deck is taking the world of poker by storm and tonight you’ll be able to show it to all your friends as the final table of 2018 Poker Masters Event #3 is shown on NBC Sports starting at 9:00 pm ET!

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.

Poker Masters Event #4 $10,000 Short Deck Day 1 Recap

Before you tune in for tonight’s action on NBC Sports, here’s a brief overview of the action that leads to the final table of six with Dominik Nitsche as your chip leader. The debut of Short Deck Poker inside the PokerGO Studio during the Poker Masters coincided with the debut of this game at this stake on the North American continent.

A total of 55 entries were made into this event, creating a first prize of $176,000 with eight places getting paid. After eight hours of play, Justin Young was eliminated on the bubble to by the hands of chip leader Andrew Robl.

Right after the bubble, both Ryan Tosoc and Isaac Haxton doubled through Jason Koon who exited shortly thereafter in eighth place for $22,000. Koon was knocked out by Tosoc who came from behind to win with king-ten versus ace-seven.

The first day concluded with Jonathan Depa busted in seventh place for $27,500 when he couldn’t win the flip with ace-king versus the queens of Robl. Depa flopped a king but a queen on the river sealed his fate. Here are the chip counts coming into tonight’s final table on NBC Sports.

Poker Masters Event #4 $10,000 Short Deck Final Table
Seat Name Country Chip Count
1 Dominik Nitsche Germany 4,980,000
2 Ryan Tosoc United States 3,025,000
3 Maurice Hawkins United States 1,025,000
4 Cary Katz United States 830,000
5 Isaac Haxton United States 1,775,000
6 Andrew Robl United States 4,865,000

Want to see watch this final table on TV? Catch it tonight on NBC Sports at 9:00 pm ET. Looking for more poker action? Tonight’s poker night on NBC Sports starts at 7:00 pm ET with more Poker Masters coverage and two episodes of the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl final table.

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