Max Hoffman Is The PokerGO Mixed Series Champion

After cashing in half of the events offered, Max Hoffman emerged as the third-ever champion of the PokerGO Mixed Games Series, amassing a total of $376,300 in prize money. This feat enabled him to surpass the defending series champion Dan Zack and claim both the trophy and a $10,000 leaderboard bonus. Hoffman, hailing from Massachusetts, embarked on his victorious journey a week and a half prior, with a notable fifth-place finish in the $5,000 8-Game event, pocketing $31,150. His momentum continued with consecutive runner-up placements in the $10,000 Triple Stud Mix and the $10,000 Triple Draw Mix, bringing in $100,800 and $103,400, respectively.

Hoffman’s streak of successes didn’t stop there; he secured a sixth-place finish in the $10,000 Dealer’s Choice, adding another $28,200 to his winnings. His series culminated in a career-high fourth-place finish in the $25,000 10-Game Championship, where he earned $112,750. Now boasting $580,000 in earnings, over two-thirds of which stemmed from the Mixed Games Series, Hoffman has solidified his standing in the poker world. Despite the high stakes in the finale, he faced stiff competition from Dan Zack, a three-time bracelet winner who needed at least a runner-up finish to retain his title but ultimately fell short, finishing third for $153,750.

The 10-Game Championship also spotlighted Alex Livingston and Dylan Weisman, with Livingston ultimately seizing the title in a thrilling final round of no-limit 2-7 single draw against Weisman. Livingston walked away with $324,465, marking the fourth largest win of his career and elevating his total career earnings to $8.5 million. Weisman, known for his previous victories in the PokerGO studio, has also made significant strides this year, securing two wins and climbing to 20th in the Card Player Player of the Year rankings with 1,502 points.

In addition to Hoffman and Livingston’s successes, Walter Chambers also made headlines by winning the final event of the series, the $5,000 No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw, after finishing sixth in the championship. Chambers, a Louisiana mixed-games specialist, showcased his skill and determination by claiming the title and $63,000, marking his third consecutive cash in the series. This victory adds to Chambers’ reputable career, highlighted by a win at the WSOP Circuit Championship in 2005 for $787,340.

The PokerGO Mixed Games Series not only celebrated the achievements of these distinguished players but also set the stage for the upcoming PLO Series and the U.S. Poker Open, promising more thrilling action in the poker world.

Series Leaderboard

PlacePlayerEarningsPGT Points
1Max Hoffman$376,300331
2Dan Zack$348,950287
3Jerry Wong$260,150261
4John Hennigan$256,900256
5Daniel Negreanu$252,350252
6Dylan Weisman$375,935233
7Alex Livingston$335,590232
8John Racener$255,400222
9Jeremy Ausmus$214,800215
10Mori Eskandani$201,600202

Final Table Results (10-Game Championship)

PlacePlayerEarningsPOY PointsPGT Points
1Alex Livingston$324,465420221
2Dylan Weisman$290,535350148
3Dan Zack$153,75028092
4Max Hoffman$112,75021068
5John Racener$82,00017549
6Walter Chambers$61,50014037

Final Table Results ($5,000 No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw)

PlacePlayerEarningsPOY PointsPGT Points
1Walter Chambers$63,00042063
2Felipe Ramos$39,20035039
3Jonathan Krela$22,40028022
4John Riordan$15,40021015

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