Kristen Bicknell banked the largest score of her career to date by becoming the 2019 Poker Masters Event #6: $25,000 No-Limit Hold’em champion. Bicknell, the partypoker-sponsored pro, walked away with $408,000 and pushed her lifetime live winnings to almost $4.6 million.
|2||Chance Kornuth||United States||$267,500|
|3||Ali Imsirovic||Bosnia & Herzegonvia||$178,500|
|5||Ralph Wong||United States||$102,000|
|6||Ben Heath||United Kingdom||$76,500|
|7||David Stamm||United States||$63,750|
|8||Elio Fox||United States||$51,000|
A field of 51 entries took to the felt at the PokerGO studio in Las Vegas and what a field it was. $25,000 is a huge sum for a tournament buy-in and it attracted some of the best poker tournament players in the business. Manig Loeser, Byron Kaverman, Jeremy Ausmus, Sean Winter, Erik Seidel, Nick Schulman, and Stephen Chidwick were just a handful of players who bought in but failed to cash.