$730,000 For WINNING THE PokerGO Cup Series! [Final Table Analysis] | A Little Poker with Jonathan Little 2-5-2023

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Join Jonathan Little as he analyzes all of the interesting spots he faced on his way to winning two tournaments & the overall PokerGo Cup for over $730,000!

Jonathan decided to fly to Las Vegas for the second festival of the Poker Go Tour in 2024 – The PokerGO Cup! It didn’t take long for him to ship an event as it was just the 3rd event of the series, a $10,000 No Limit Hold’em event. He then went on to win the last event which had a huge buy-in of $25,000. These two wins combined with a total of 6 cashes at the series meant that he was crowned the overall winner of the festival and received the luxurious PokerGO Cup to add to his ever growing trophy cabinet!

Watch this live poker stream and follow Jonathan on his journey in the two tournaments that he won. It was never going to be an easy feat with extremely stacked final tables including professional poker players; Daniel Negreanu ‘KidPoker’, Alex Foxen, Jesse Lonis, Dan Shak, Seth Davies, & fellow PokerCoaching coaches Brock Wilson & Justin Saliba.

$25,000 – 2024 No-Limit Hold’em PokerGo Cup Event #8 – Results

1st: Jonathan Little – U.S.A – $453,750 2nd: Justin Zaki – U.S.A – $288,750 3rd: Justin Saliba – U.S.A – $192,500 4th: John Riordan – U.S.A – $137,500 5th: Seth Davies – U.S.A – $110,000 6th: Shaneil Stokes – U.S.A – $82,500

$10,000 – 2024 No-Limit Hold’em PokerGo Cup Event #3 – Results

1st: Jonathan Little – U.S.A – $229,500 2nd: Alex Foxen – U.S.A – $148,750 3rd: Dan Shak – U.S.A – $106,250 4th: Jesse Lonis – U.S.A – $76,500 5th: Peter Weinand – Canada – $59,500 6th: Brock Wilson – U.S.A – $42,500 7th: Daniel Negreanu – Canada – $34,000

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