Nick Schulman shone in the last tournament of the PokerGO Tour Last Chance series, defeating Chino Rheem heads-up. Schulman, with his four WSOP bracelets and more than $18 million in winnings, once again showed why he is considered one of the world's greatest poker players. On the other hand, Rheem, a three-time WPT champion with $15 million in earnings, won the most money.

Nick Schulman

After hours of intense competition, the two decided to make a deal for ICM and continued fighting for the title. Ultimately, Schulman was the overall winner, taking home the trophy and a prize of $161,500. Rheem, despite officially finishing as runner-up, walked away with $170,300.

Event #6 of the PGT Last Chance had 79 entries, a $10,100 buy-in, and a $790,000 prize pool.

Here are the final results from Event #6: $10,100 No-Limit Hold'em of PGT Last Chance:

1. Nick Schulman (USA) – $161,500
2. Chino Rheem (USA) – $170,300
3. Arthur Morris (USA) – $102,700
4. Alex Foxen (USA) – $79,000
5. Sam Laskowitz (USA) – $63,200
6. Stephen Chidwick ( England) – $47,400
7. Max Coleman (USA) – $39,500
8. Sam Soverel (USA) – $31,600

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The tournament will have the 40 best players (classified by the PGT ranking) and another 18 from Dream Seat. The PGT Championship started today, and the champion will win $500,000, while five other players will split the remaining $500,000 like this:

  • $200,000
  • $120,000
  • $80,000
  • $60,000
  • $40,000

Stacks are based on players' scores (with a minimum of 100 bbs). Isaac Haxton, leader of the rankings, will have 285,000 chips. Blinds start at 500/1,000 with a big blind ante.

The broadcast can be followed on the Poker Go channel:

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