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Lucky Sevens Lead Sean Winter to Win 2022 Poker Masters Purple Jacket


The 2022 Poker Masters at PokerGO Studio in Las Vegas wrapped up this week after ten high-stakes events and saw Sean Winter winning the leaderboard race to take home the coveted purple jacket and a $50,000 championship bonus.

Winter lept to the top of the leaderboard after taking down Event #9: $25,000 No-Limit Hold’em on Oct. 1 for $432,000. He still had a sweat with multiple players still in the running heading to Day 2 of Event #10: $50,000 No-Limit Hold’em, but Jason Koon ended up winning the finale for $666,000 and for Winter to be crowned the Poker Masters Champion.

Read about other winners at the 2022 Poker Masters!

Another Late Surge

Winter rose near the top of the Poker Masters leaderboard when he finished second in Event #7: $25,000 No-Limit Hold’em for $345,000 and 207 points, while Andrew “LuckyChewey” Lichtenberger took down the event for $465,750 and 279 points.

Winter followed up the second-place finish with the victory in Event #9, which earned him 259 points and put him at the top of the leaderboard. Winter defeated heads-up opponent Nick Schulman, who himself had a dominant series and finished third in the Poker Master championship race, despite not winning any events.

Event #9: $25,000 No-Limit Hold’em Final Table Results

  PLACE PLAYER COUNTRY PRIZE (IN USD)
  1 Sean Winter United States $432,000
  2 Nick Schulman United States $283,500
  3 Justin Bonomo United States $189,000
  4 Seth Davies United States $135,000
  5 Brian Rast United States $108,000
  6 Jason Koon United States $81,000
  7 Dan Colpoys United States $67,500
  8 Victoria Livschitz United States $54,000

This isn’t the first time Winter made a last-minute surge to win a PokerGO title. Back in March, Winter went back-to-back in the final two events of the US Poker Open Championship to snatch the trophy from Tamon Nakamura, who was a big favorite to win the series.

Both Erik Seidel and Seth Davies were still in the running to win the purple jacket during Day 2 of Event #10, the largest buy-in of the series that drew 37 entrants and generate a prize pool of $1.9 million.

Davies went out in fifth for $148,000 and Seidel then fell in fourth for $203,500 to lock up the leaderboard victory for Winter. Koon went on to defeat heads-up opponent Adrian Mateos to finish second in the leaderboard race with 449 points.

Jason Koon
Jason Koon

Event #10: $50,000 No-Limit Hold’em Final Table Results

  PLACE PLAYER COUNTRY PRIZE (IN USD)
  1st Jason Koon United States $666,000
  2nd Adrian Mateos Spain $444,000
  3rd Scott Seiver United States $296,000
  4th Erik Seidel United States $203,500
  5th Seth Davies United States $148,000
  6th Mikita Badziakouski Belarus $92,500

A Conspiracy of Sevens

It may have been destiny for Winter to take down the final event of the series as early during the Poker Masters he developed an obsession with the number 777, according to Schulman, who tweeted that Winter had sent him a photo of a Triple 7 Movers truck “Day 1 of the Poker Masters.”

“Then throughout the week says he keeps seeing 777 on the flop,” the poker commentator wrote. “Takes pics, talks about it every day lol.”

In the end, the two cashes gave Winter $777,000 in earnings during the series, a serendipitous ending to the Poker Masters for the high-stakes crusher.

The Poker Masters Leaderboard Top 10 and full results for the series are available in the tables below.

Poker Masters Leaderboard Top 10

  PLACE PLAYER COUNTRY POINTS
  1 Sean Winter United States 466
  2 Jason Koon United States 449
  3 Nick Schulman United States 361
  4 Erik Seidel United States 309
  5 Alex Livingston Canada 291
  6 Andrew Lichtenberger United States 279
  7 Cary Katz United States 271
  8 Adrian Mateos United States 266
  9 Jeremy Ausmus United States 242
  10 Martin Zamani United States 223

2022 Poker Masters Full Results

  DATE EVENT ENTRANTS PRIZE POOL WINNER PRIZE (IN USD)
  Sept. 22, 2022 Event #1: $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em 85 $850,000 Jeremy Ausmus $204,000
  Sept. 23, 2022 Event #2: $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em 76 $760,000 Ethan “Rampage” Yau $197,600
  Sept. 24, 2022 Event #3: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 81 $810,000 Ronald Keijzer $202,500
  Sept. 26, 2022 Event #4: $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em winner 74 $740,000 Adam Hendrix $192,400
  Sept. 27, 2022 Event #5: $10,000 8-Game 62 $620,000 Nick Guagenti $186,000
  Sept. 28, 2022 Event #6: $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em 97 $970,000 Martin Zamani $223,100
  Sept. 29, 2022 Event #7: $25,000 No-Limit Hold’em 69 $1,725,000 Andrew Lichtenberger $465,750
  Sept. 30, 2022 Event #8: $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha 40 $1,000,000 Tony Bloom $360,000
  Oct. 1, 2022 Event #9: $25,000 No-Limit Hold’em 54 $1,350,000 Sean Winter $432,000
  Oct. 2, 2022 Event #10: $50,000 No-Limit Hold’em 37 $1,850,000 Jason Koon $666,000

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