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Poker Masters 2022: The race for the purple jacket is on PokerGO

Poker’s best will head to PokerGO Studio in Las Vegas for nearly two weeks of high-stakes tournament action when the Poker Masters kicks off on Wednesday, September 21, for the first of 12 events. The player who earns the most leaderboard points across the 12-event series will be crowned the 2022 Poker Masters champion, earning the coveted Purple Jacket and a $50,000 championship bonus. Each final table will be streamed live on PokerGO.

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The Poker Masters 2022 kicks off with Event #1: $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em. The first seven events are all $10,000 buy-in tournaments that qualify for the PokerGO Tour (PGT), with five no-limit Texas Hold’em tournaments, one Pot Limit Omaha tournament and one 8-game tournament. Starting Wednesday, September 28, the stakes go up with Event #8: $15,000 No-Limit Hold’em, followed by three $25,000 buy-in events before the $50,000 final on Sunday 2 october.

Watch the Poker Masters live

Poker fans around the world can watch all the Poker Masters 2022 final tables live on PokerGO. Each tournament is scheduled as a two-day event, with the final table being played on the second day of the tournament. Starting Thursday, September 22, viewers will be able to watch high-stakes final table action daily on PokerGO.

For a limited time, poker fans can sign up for an annual subscription to PokerGO using promo code “TSN2022” to receive $20 off the annual price and get all access for less than $7 per month. Just head to get.PokerGO.com to start.

Fans are also encouraged to check out PGT.com for daily live coverage of the series. There, fans can find hand histories, chip counts, prize pools, and more.

2022 Poker Masters Program

Event Start date Final table date
Event #1: $10,000 NLH Wed 09/21 Thu 9/22
Event #2: $10,000 NLH Thu 9/22 Fri 9/23
Event #3: $10,000 PLO Fri 9/23 Sat 9/24
Event #4: $10,000 NLH Sat 9/24 Sun 9/25
Event #5: $10,000 NLH Sun 9/25 Mon 09/26
Event #6: $10,000 for 8 games Mon 09/26 Tue 9/27
Event #7: $10,000 NLH Tue 9/27 Wed 09/28
Event #8: $15,000 NLH Wed 09/28 Game 9/29
Event #9: $25,000 PLO Game 9/29 Fri 9/30
Event #10: $25,000 NLH Fri 9/30 Sat 10/1
Event #11: $25,000 NLH Sat 10/1 Sun 10/2
Event #12: $50,000 NLH Sun 10/2 Mon 3/10

Who is supposed to play?

As with most poker tournaments, it’s usually difficult to determine exactly who is going to show up and fight on the felt. For the next Poker Masters, we have a good idea of ​​who might show up.

The first is Daniel Negreanu, who announced on the DAT Poker podcast and on social media that he will be playing at the Poker Masters. Then, we have Winner of the PokerGO Cup 2022 Jeremy Ausmus, who posted shares on a notable staking platform. Along with Ausmus, Cary Katz, Josh Arieh, Alex Livingston and Dan Colpoys brought the Poker Masters action online.

Then we can take a look at the PGT Ranking, as many of those in the top 30-40 spots are likely to get in on the Poker Masters action. Stephen Chidwick is the current favorite in the PGT rankings, then PGT regulars such as Jason Koon, Alex Foxen and Sean Winter are in the top 10.

Names like Nick Petrangelo, David Peters, Sam Soverel, Brock Wilson, Chino Rheem, Erik Seidel and Shannon Shorr are all in the top 50 of the PGT rankings but currently outside the top 21. With the top 21 players in the PGT rankings, the qualifying to compete in the season-ending PGT Championship for a chance at a win-win prize of $500,000, these are names we think will be in the mix in hopes of improving their position.

History of the masters of poker

The Poker Masters 2022 marks the seventh edition of the high-stakes tournament series. There have been five live versions of Poker Masters and two online versions.

The first Poker Masters took place in 2017 and featured five tournaments. Germany’s Steffen Sontheimer won two of the five events before claiming the first-ever purple jacket. In 2018, Ali Imsirovic won two of the seven events in the series to earn himself a purple jacket. Then in 2019, it was Sam Soverel who won two events to win the purple jacket.

Both online versions of the Poker Masters took place in 2020 when live poker came to a halt due to the coronavirus pandemic. Alexandros Kolonias won the Poker Masters Online 2020 and Eelis Parssinen won the PLO Poker Masters Online 2020 series.

In 2021, Australian poker sensation Michael Addamo won the Poker Masters Purple Jacket before winning Super High Roller Bowl VI for $3,402,000.

The Super High Roller Bowl immediately follows Poker Masters

Speaking of Super High Roller Bowl, the next edition of the famous event should take place one day after the end of Poker Masters. The Poker Masters will end on Monday, October 3 with the final table of Event #12: $50,000 No-Limit Hold’em, then the $300,000 buy-in Super High Roller Bowl VII will begin on Wednesday, October 5. .

Super High Roller Bowl VII is scheduled as a three-day tournament, with all three days being streamed live on PokerGO.

Date Event Membership
Wed 10/5 Super High Roller Bowl VII Day 1 $300,000
Game 10/6 Super High Roller Bowl VII Day 2 $300,000
Fri 10/7 Super High Roller Bowl VII Day 3 $300,000

All Poker Masters and Super High Roller Bowl VII tournaments qualify for PGT ranking points. The top 21 players ranked by the PGT leaderboard will be eligible to compete in the season-ending PGT Championship for a chance to win the $500,000 win-win prize.

PokerGO is the exclusive platform to watch live coverage of the World Series of Poker. PokerGO is available worldwide on Android phone, Android tablet, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire TV. You can also stream PokerGO on any web or mobile browser by going to PokerGO.com.

PokerGO is a subscription service with monthly, quarterly and annual plans available. For a limited time, poker fans can sign up for an annual subscription to PokerGO using promo code “TSN2022” to receive $20 off the annual price and get all access for less than $7 per month.