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Sean Winter, Aram Zobiam and Ed Sebesta win PokerGO Cup Titles

Sean Winter, Aram Zobian and Ed Sebesta have won the first there events of the 2023 PokerGo Cup for more than $200,000 each! Watch all Final Tables and read the recaps here!

Sean Winter Wins PokerGO Cup Event #1 for $216,000

Sean Winter went from Zero to Hero in the first event of the 2023 PokerGo Cup. Winter entered the final table of the $10,000 No_limit Hold’em as short stack with seven players remaining.

Sean Winter Aram Zobiam and Ed Sebesta win PokerGO Cup Titles

Sean Winter battled his way off the short stack and through a tough group of competitors to win the first event of the 2023 PokerGO Cup tournament series.

Sean beat two time GPI Player of the Year Alex Foxen heads-up to secure victory and the staggering $216,000 first place prize.

Watch the Final Table of PokerGo Cup Event #1 Here: 

PokerGO Cup Event #1 Final Results and Payouts:

  • 1st: Sean Winter – $216,000
  • 2nd: Alex Foxen – $153,000
  • 3rd: Joseph Cheong – $108,000
  • 4th: David Peters – $90,000
  • 5th: Adrian Mateos – $72,000
  • 6th: Orpen Kisacikoglu – $54,000
  • 7th: Anthony Hu – $45,000
  • 8th: Justin Young – $36,000
  • 9th: Dorian Pavon – $36,000
  • 10th: Cary Katz – $27,000
  • 11th: Martin Stausholm – $27,000
  • 12th: Daniel Negreanu – $18,000
  • 13th: Dylan Linde – $18,000

Aram Zobian Takes Down PokerGO Cup Event #2 for $207,500

US poker pro Aram Zobian topped a field of 83 entries in Event #2 at the 2023 PokerGO Cup, which was also a $10,000 buy-in No-Limit Texas Hold’em event.

Sean Winter Aram Zobiam and Ed Sebesta win PokerGO Cup Titles 2

Zobian topped a field of 83 entries and best Thai poker tournament legend Punnat Punsri heads-up for the title.

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Aram rode that chip lead to the winner’s circle landing a whopping $207,500 score

Watch the Final Table of PokerGo Cup Event #2: 

PokerGO Cup Event #2 Payouts:

  • 1st: Aram Zobian – $207,500
  • 2nd: Punnat Punsri – $149,400
  • 3rd: Kristen Foxen – $99,600
  • 4th: Seth Davies – $83,000
  • 5th: Andrew Moreno – $66,400
  • 6th: Cary Katz – $49,800
  • 7th: Ethan “Rampage” Yau – $41,500
  • 8th: Ben Yu – $33,200
  • 9th: Benjamin Miner – $33,200
  • 10th: Masashi Oya – $24,900
  • 11th: Michael Rossitto – $24,900
  • 12th: Calvin Lee – $16,600

Edward Sebesta Wins PokerGO Cup Event #3 for $216,000

Edward Sebesta was victorious in Event #3: $10,000 NL Hold’em at the 2023 PokerGO Cup.

Sean Winter Aram Zobiam and Ed Sebesta win PokerGO Cup Titles 3

Sebesta topped a 90-player field to secure the second biggest cash of his long poker career worth $216,000.

Ed defeated non less than poker and commentator legend Nick Schulman in heads-up play and is now tied with Sean Winter atop the PokerGO Cup series leaderboard.

Watch the Final Table of PokerGo Cup Event #3: 

PokerGO Cup Event #3 Payouts:

  • 1st: Ed Sebesta – $216,000
  • 2nd: Nick Schulman – $153,000
  • 3rd: Philip Shing – $108,000
  • 4th: Cary Katz – $90,000
  • 5th: Adrian Mateos – $72,000
  • 6th: Kristen Foxen – $54,000
  • 7th: Christopher Frank – $45,000
  • 8th: Farid Jattin – $36,000
  • 9th: Ethan “Rampage” Yau – $36,000
  • 10th: Robert Chorlian – $27,000
  • 11th: Andrew Lichtenberger – $27,000
  • 12th: Nick Petrangelo – $18,000
  • 13th: Sergio Fernandez – $18,000
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