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Peters, Weisman, Little, Katz, Zaki Earn 2024 PokerGO Cup Titles Poker
Gutshot Editorial
Posted on 02 Feb, 2024
By Gutshot Editorial
On 02 Feb, 2024
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By Gutshot Editorial
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Peters, Weisman, Little, Katz, Zaki Earn 2024 PokerGO Cup Titles


The 2024 PokerGO Cup is currently running at the PokerGO Studio in Las Vegas, and the first five events from the eight-event series have wrapped up. 

David Peters, Dylan Weisman, Jonathan Little, Cary Katz, and Justin Zaki were the winners of the first five events as the race for the cup intensified entering the final three tournaments.

For the first time ever, the PokerGO Cup opened with a $5,100 buy-in event. It attracted 111 entries for a $555,000 prize pool. Peters emerged victorious to win the $141,525 top prize. He defeated Mark Ioli in heads-up play. 

After the $5,100 opener, the next four events had $10,100 buy-ins. In the second event, it was Dylan Weisman topping Daniel Smiljkovic in heads-up play to win $240,300. Jonathan Little won the third event for $229,500, and Cary Katz, the 2023 PokerGO Cup champion, captured the title in the fourth event for $226,800. Lastly as it pertains to the $10,100 buy-in events during this series, Justin Zaki topped a field of 83 entries to win $232,400 in Event #5.

 
 
 
 
 
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Event #1: $5,100 NL Hold’em Results

  • Entries: 111
  • Prize Pool: $555,000
 
 
 
 
 
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1st: David Peters – $141,525

2nd: Mark Ioli – $88,800

3rd: Shawn Daniels – $63,825

4th: Fabian Quoss – $49,950

5th: Dusti Smith – $36,075

6th: Cody Daniels – $27,750

7th: Jonathan Little – $22,200

8th: Jeremy Becker – $22,200

9th: Joris Ruijs – $16,650

10th: Stoyan Madanzhiev – $16,650

11th: Alex Condon – $13,875

12th: Matthew McEwan – $13,875

13th: Andrew Lichtenberger – $11,100

14th: Brian Luo – $11,100

15th: Erik Seidel – $11,100

16th: Farah Galfond – $8,325


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Event #2: $10,100 NL Hold’em Results

  • Entries: 89
  • Prize Pool: $890,000

1st: Dylan Weisman – $240,300

2nd: Daniel Smiljkovic – $155,750

3rd: Byron Kaverman – $111,250

4th: Anthony Hu – $80,100

5th: Mike Watson – $62,300

6th: David Coleman – $44,500

7th: Morten Klein – $35,600

8th: Alex Foxen – $35,600

9th: Joris Ruijs – $26,700

10th: Dylan Linde – $26,700

11th: Brian Luo – $26,700

12th: Stanley Weng – $22,250

13th: Jim Collopy – $22,250

Event #3: $10,100 NL Hold’em Results

  • Entries: 85
  • Prize Pool: $850,000

1st: Jonathan Little – $229,500

2nd: Alex Foxen – $148,750

3rd: Dan Shak – $106,250

4th: Jesse Lonis – $76,500

5th: Daniel Weinand – $59,500

6th: Brock Wilson – $42,500

7th: Daniel Negreanu – $34,000

8th: John Hennigan – $34,000

9th: Jeremy Ausmus – $25,500

10th: Brian Luo – $25,500

11th: Joey Weissman – $25,500

12th: Stoyan Madanzhiev – $21,250

13th: Jeremy Becker – $21,250

Event #4: $10,100 NL Hold’em Results

  • Entries: 81
  • Prize Pool: $810,000

1st: Cary Katz – $226,800

2nd: Stoyan Madanzhiev – $145,800

3rd: Aram Zobian – $105,300

4th: Chino Rheem – $76,950

5th: Jeremy Ausmus – $56,700

6th: Jesse Lonis – $40,500

7th: Brock Wilson – $32,400

8th: Kristen Foxen – $32,400

9th: Richard Collins – $24,300

10th: Justin Saliba – $24,300

11th: Joelle Weinand – $24,300

12th: Erik Seidel – $20,250

Event #5: $10,100 NL Hold’em Results

  • Entries: 83
  • Prize Pool: $830,000

1st: Justin Zaki – $232,400

2nd: Joey Weissman – $149,400

3rd: Stephen Chidwick – $107,900

4th: Sam Soverel – $78,850

5th: Justin Saliba – $58,100

6th: Joris Ruijs – $41,500

7th: Ariel Mantel – $33,200

8th: Dan Shak – $33,200

9th: Jonathan Little – $24,900

10th: Cary Katz – $24,900

11th: Daniel Negreanu – $24,900

12th: Lewis Spencer – $20,750

Through the first five events, it’s Jonathan Little atop the 2024 PokerGO Cup leaderboard with 277 points. Little won Event #3 and has three cashes total. 

He’s trailed closest by Cary Katz (252 points) and Dylan Weisman (240 points). The player to top the series leaderboard through all eight events will be crowned 2024 PokerGO Cup champion and win a $25,000 bonus.

PokerGO Cup Standings (Through Event #5)

1st: Jonathan Little – 277 points

2nd: Cary Katz – 252 points

3rd: Dylan Weisman – 240 points

4th: Justin Zaki – 232 points

5th: Alex Foxen – 185 points

6th: Stoyan Madanzhiev – 184 points

7th: Joey Weissman – 175 points

8th: Daniel Smiljkovic – 156 points

9th: David Peters – 142 points

10th: Dan Shak – 139 points

About PokerGo

PokerGo is the world’s largest poker content company delivering poker’s most premier live events around the world to consumers. The platform delivers more than 100 days of live poker on an annual basis, streaming PokerGo owned and operated tournaments such as the Super High Roller Bowl, Poker Masters, U.S. Poker Open, and PokerGO Cup, along with select World Series of Poker final tables and more.

PokerGo’s video-on-demand library includes original content that provides unmatched access to the world of poker, including High Stakes Poker, No Gamble, No Future, and High Stakes Duel.

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