poker-masters-2017
Poker Masters 2017
The highest stakes week of the year begins with Germany taking up most of the seats at the opening Poker Masters final table. Nearly $1 million is up top and Dominik Nitsche, Steffen Sontheimer, and Koray Aldemir headline the Event 1 action, alongside GPI Player of the Year Adrian Mateos and American Nick Schulman.
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New school and old school collide at the Poker Masters Event 2 final table. Germany is well represented again, with Steffen Sontheimer and Fedor Holz leading the way, while Tom Marchese and 14-time WSOP bracelet winner Phil Helmuth are also battling for a piece of a $2.5 million prize pool.
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The midway point of the Poker Masters hits and the Event 3 final table is a highlight reel of American High Rollers. Bryn Kenney, Doug Polk, Jake Schindler, Dan Smith, Erik Seidel, and Cary Katz surround Spain’s Sergio Aido, but only one person can swallow up the nearly $1 million first place prize.
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The Event 3 final table continues and another Poker Masters champion is set to be crowned. Six players remain and there is nearly $2.4 million up for grabs. After starting at the bottom of the leaderboard, Erik Seidel and Bryn Kenney have shot up the charts, but can they keep moving forward or will Doug Polk and Jake Schindler mount comebacks?
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The final preliminary event of the Poker Masters series pits some of the world’s best high stakes players against one another at the Event 4 final table. Doug Polk and Steffen Sontheimer return to the final table, where $2 million is up for grabs, while former GPI Player of the Year David Peters, Justin Bonomo, and Brandon Adams make their Poker Masters debuts.
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A bigger buy-in means bigger action during the Poker Masters $100K Main Event. Germany again fills the final table and Steffen Sontheimer is within touching distance of the Poker Masters Purple Jacket. Can he close it out with a win or will someone steal the most stylish trophy in poker?
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The Poker Masters $100K Main Event final table continues with five players still in contention for the $1.5 million first place prize. Steffen Sontheimer, Fedor Holz, and Christian Christner carry the German flag, while Seth Davies and Justin Bonomo are trying to play spoiler and secure the Poker Masters Purple Jacket for the United States.
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