Jason Koon won PokerGO Cup Event #6
The high rollers played their sixth scheduled tournament at PokerGO Cup. Jason Koon became the champion of PokerGO Cup Event #6 and earned $324 000 for the first place. He beat a player field of 36 participants and achieved his first victory in PokerGO Studio in Las Vegas.
Koon stated that he let poker things take their course for the first 8-9 years. But later, he realized the necessity of studying poker game in theory. When Jason became stronger in theory, the game process became much easier for him.
Jason is known for his hard work both at the live poker tables, and offline. He believes that hard work is a key to success.
Now, let's get back to the course of events at the final table. Steve Zolotow became the first participant to be eliminated with a payout of $45 000. He was followed by Cary Katz who unsuccessfully limped pocket kings and lost the hand.
Then events began to develop at an enormous rate and Agarwal and Riordan left the tournament. In heads-up, Thomas Winters fought against Jason Koon. It didn't take long for Koon to demonstrate his superiority. In the last hand, Jason hit a top set and became the champion of tournament.
Results of PokerGO Cup Event #6 Final Table
|1||Jason Koon||USA||$324 000|
|2||Thomas Winters||USA||$216 000|
|3||John Riordan||USA||$144 000|
|4||Anuj Agarwal||USA||$99 000|
|5||Cary Katz||USA||$72 000|
|6||Steve Zolotow||USA||$45 000|
Due to this victory, Jason scored 240 points in the overall leaderboard and came close to his main rival – Ali Imsirovic. By the way, Ali got two PokerGO Cup titles as part of the series. It should be stated that the final table has already formed in PokerGO Cup Event #7 and Imsirovic is on top of the chip account.