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This week on the Weekend Binge Watch, we pay tribute to one of the best players in the world as Stephen Chidwick rampaged his way through the 2018 U.S. Poker Open, all of which is available on-demand on PokerGO. Earlier this week we announced the schedule for the 2019 U.S. Poker Open, and released a feature interview with Chidwick here.
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The U.S. Open Open at the ARIA Resort & Casino consisted of eight events, including No Limit Hold’em, Pot Limit Omaha, and a Mixed Game Championship. The first event saw Justin Bonomo make the final table with a chip lead over Boutros Naim, and Sam Soverel while Chidwick managed to make it as well. Rewatch that final table right now.
The second event was the $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha, drawing 64 players and seeing Mike Gorodinsky coming out on top. Gorodinsky competed with Richard Kirsch, Rainer Kempe, and Anthony Zinno for the title, and that event can be found right here as well.
Stephen Chidwick went on a tear in events three and four, taking down both the $25,000 No Limit Hold’em and the $25,000 Mixed Game Championship. You can watch the full final table of the Mixed Game Championship in the player below.
After winning back-to-back events, it was a tall task for any player looking to catch the Brit. Chidwick made two more final tables, solidifying his dominance during the inaugural edition of this event. Watch the final table of the other U.S. Poker Open events by clicking the links below.
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