Chino Rheem and Vladas Tamasauskas Shine at 2023 Poker Masters

Chino Rheem has a couple of PokerGO Tour wins in his career, but now he also etched his name in the Poker Masters annals with a victory in Event #4:…

Chino Rheem and Vladas Tamasauskas Shine at 2023 Poker Masters

Chino Rheem has a couple of PokerGO Tour wins in his career, but now he also etched his name in the Poker Masters annals with a victory in Event #4: $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em. Of 91 hopefuls, Rheem was the last man standing, taking home $218,400.

Daniel Negreanu was heavily spotlighted before the start of the final table broadcast, but he met with an unfortunate early exit. A triple barrel bluff against Jonathan Little was his undoing.

Rheem’s path to victory was rife with critical moments, especially two hands that propelled him to a commanding lead. Chris Brewer and Jonathan Little were both casualties to Rheem’s better hands in the big blind after they both four-bet shoved into him. Rheem’s better hands held, and he entered the heads-up with a 4:1 chip lead.

Despite a one double up from Little, Rheem stood his ground and emerged as the victor, which catapulted him to the 4th spot in the Poker Masters leaderboard and fight for a coveted Purple Jacket.

2023 Poker Masters Event #4 Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1st Chino Rheem United States $218,400
2nd Jonathan Little United States $154,700
3rd Brock Wilson United States $109,200
4th Chris Brewer United States $91,000
5th Justin Saliba United States $72,800
6th Daniel Negreanu Canada $54,600

Chino Rheem and Vladas Tamasauskas Shine at 2023 Poker Masters

After just four events played, a big favorite for the Jacket is Vladas Tamasauskas, who, despite entering the final table of Event #3 as the shortest stack, managed to pull off a second win of the series!

The eliminations began with Chance Kornuth, followed by a devastating hand for Michael Rocco against Tamasauskas with a full house vs. full house cooler. Alex Foxen and Daniel Rezaei both met their end, leaving Tamasauskas and Ren Lin to battle for the title. The heads-up play saw Tamasauskas’ calm and calculated moves pay off, securing his second series win.

2023 Poker Masters Event #3 Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1st Vladas Tamasauskas Lithuania $208,800
2nd Ren Lin China $147,900
3rd Daniel Rezaei Austria $104,400
4th Alex Foxen United States $87,000
5th Michael Rocco United States $69,600
6th Chance Kornuth United States $52,200

This triumph has Tamasauskas sitting comfortably at the pinnacle of the Poker Masters series leaderboard, a clear 233 points ahead of his nearest competitor, Ren Lin. The series continues until September 26, featuring ten high-stakes poker tournaments with all eyes on the $50,000 NL Hold’em finale.

2023 Poker Masters Top 10 Leaderboard

Place Player Wins Cashes Winnings Points
1st Vladas Tamasauskas 2 3 $506,400 506
2nd Ren Lin 0 2 $273,300 273
3rd Darren Elias 1 1 $223,100 223
4th Aram Zobian 0 1 $171,000 171
5th Eric Baldwin 0 1 $155,200 155
6th Filipp Khavin 0 2 $137,400 138
7th Alex Foxen 0 2 $135,500 136
T-8th Bin Weng 0 2 $133,500 133
T-8th Daniel Rezaei 0 2 $133,500 133
10th Michael Rocco 0 2 $108,400 109

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