Tamon Nakamura won the event #4: $10,000 Big Bet Mix at the 2022 U.S. Poker Open with a salary of $169,600. It was Nakamura’s biggest live tournament cash so far and his first win at the Poker GO Tour and Poker GO Studios.
Nakamura won first place in 53 entries. In the final table, he beat Rock Gostisa on a head start play, with Daniel Negrianu third and Stephen Chidwick fourth. According to HendonMob.com , Nakamura now has more than $560,000 in live tournament prize money, which brings him to 15th place on Japan’s all-time prize list.
2022 US Poker Open Event #4 Results
First: Tamon Nakamura – $169,600
2nd place: Rock Gostisa – $111,300
3rd place: Daniel Negrianu – $74,200
4th place: Stephen Chidwick – $53,000
5th place: Dylan Wiseman – $42,400
6th place: John Riordan – $31,800
Event #4: $10,000 Big Bet Mix drew 53 entries to PokerGO Studio in Las Vegas to create a $530,000 prize pool. The top eight players finished with prize money and won both the US Poker Open and PGT leaderboard points. Alex Livingston and Jeremy Ausmus ranked 7th and 8th, respectively.