On Wednesday, September 21, the Poker Masters will begin with the first of 12 high-stakes events at the PokerGO Studio in Las Vegas, kicking off almost two weeks of high-stakes tournament action. The player who earns the most points on the scoreboard over the course of the 12-event series will be proclaimed champion of the 2022 Poker Masters, receiving the coveted Purple Jacket and a $50,000 championship prize. Each final table will be broadcast live on PokerGO.

Event 1 of the 2022 Poker Masters is a $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em tournament. Five no-limit Texas hold’em tournaments, one pot-limit Omaha tournament, and one 8-game tournament comprise the first seven events qualifying for the PokerGO Tour (PGT), each having a $10,000 buy-in. Event #8: $15,000 No-Limit Hold’em begins on September 28, followed by three $25,000 buy-in tournaments and the $50,000 championship on October 2.

Live coverage of the Poker Masters
Poker enthusiasts from across the globe may see each final table of the 2022 Poker Masters live on PokerGO. Each tournament is set to last two days, with the final table taking place on the second day. Beginning on Thursday, September 22, PokerGO will broadcast daily high-stakes final table action.

Poker enthusiasts may join up for an annual PokerGO membership with the discount code “TSN2022” to earn $20 off the yearly pricing and have full access for less than $7 per month for a limited time only. Simply visit to begin.

Additionally, fans are encouraged to visit for daily live reporting coverage of the series. There, viewers may see hand histories, chip counts, prize pools, and more information.

2022 Poker Masters Schedule

EventStart DateFinal Table Date
Event #1: $10,000 NLHWed 9/21Thur 9/22
Event #2: $10,000 NLHThur 9/22Fri 9/23
Event #3: $10,000 PLOFri 9/23Sat 9/24
Event #4: $10,000 NLHSat 9/24Sun 9/25
Event #5: $10,000 NLHSun 9/25Mon 9/26
Event #6: $10,000 8-GameMon 9/26Tue 9/27
Event #7: $10,000 NLHTue 9/27Wed 9/28
Event #8: $15,000 NLHWed 9/28Thur 9/29
Event #9: $25,000 PLOThur 9/29Fri 9/30
Event #10: $25,000 NLHFri 9/30Sat 10/1
Event #11: $25,000 NLHSat 10/1Sun 10/2
Event #12: $50,000 NLHSun 10/2Mon 10/3

Who is expected to play?

Who is anticipated to perform?
As with the majority of poker events, it is often difficult to predict precisely who will compete on the felt. For the forthcoming Poker Masters, we have a reasonable notion of who may participate.

First is Daniel Negreanu, who has said on the DAT Poker Podcast and on social media that he would be participating in Poker Masters. Jeremy Ausmus, the 2022 PokerGO Cup winner, has logged some activity on a significant staking site. In addition to Ausmus, Cary Katz, Josh Arieh, Alex Livingston, and Dan Colpoys have uploaded Poker Masters results online.

Then we may examine the PGT leaderboard, since many of the top 30 to 40 players are expected to participate in the Poker Masters. Stephen Chidwick is now in first place on the PGT scoreboard, followed by PGT veterans Jason Koon, Alex Foxen, and Sean Winter.

Nick Petrangelo, David Peters, Sam Soverel, Brock Wilson, Chino Rheem, Erik Seidel, and Shannon Shorr are among the top 50 PGT players, but not among the top 21. With the top 21 players on the PGT leaderboard qualifying to participate in the season-ending PGT Championship for a chance to earn a winner-takes-all reward of $500,000, we believe the following names will be in contention in an effort to improve their status.

Masters of Poker: A Brief History
The Poker Masters 2022 is the seventh installment of the series of high-stakes tournaments. There have been five live Poker Masters tournaments and two online tournaments.

In 2017, the first Poker Masters consisted of five events. Steffen Sontheimer of Germany earned the first-ever Purple Jacket by winning two of the five events. In 2018, Ali Imsirovic earned a Purple Jacket after winning two of the series’ seven events. In 2019, Sam Soverel won two of his own tournaments to earn the Purple Jacket.

The two online Poker Masters tournaments were held in 2020, when live poker was suspended owing to a coronavirus outbreak. Alexandros Kolonias won the Poker Masters Online in 2020, while Eelis Parsinen won the Poker Masters Online PLO Series in 2020.

Michael Addamo, an Australian poker prodigy, won the Poker Masters Purple Jacket and the Super High Roller Bowl VI for $3,402,000 in 2021.

Super High Roller Bowl follows Poker Masters immediately.
Regarding the Super High Roller Bowl, the next edition of the renowned tournament will take place the day after the conclusion of Poker Masters. Event #12: $50,000 No-Limit Hold’em concludes Poker Masters on Monday, October 3, followed by the $300,000 buy-in Super High Roller Bowl VII on Wednesday, October 5.

Super High Roller Bowl VII is a three-day event that will be webcast live on PokerGO for all three days.

Wed 10/5Super High Roller Bowl VII Day 1$300,000
Thur 10/6Super High Roller Bowl VII Day 2$300,000
Fri 10/7Super High Roller Bowl VII Day 3$300,000

All Poker Masters and Super High Roller Bowl VII events are eligible for PGT ranking points. The top 21 players on the PGT leaderboard will be able to participate in the season-ending PGT Championship for a chance to earn the winner-takes-all prize of $500,000.


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