Chino Rheem and Luckychewy Take Down Events 4 & 5 at Poker Masters

September 28, 2023
Mark Patrickson

Chino Reem has defeated Jonathan Little to take down Poker Masters Event #4 for $218,400. The 43-year-old controversial character is on a hot streak right now. This is his third PokerGO Tour title since March 2022 and he has three WPT titles to back that up.

Event #4 was another $10,000 NL tournament, drawing 91 entries to build a $910,000 prize pool. Rheem’s first-place prize is his 18th six-figure cash, taking his career earnings over the $13 million mark.

Two notable names that Rheem had to fight past to win the title were Chris Brewer and Daniel Negreau who both made the final table.

Event #4 $10,000 NL Hold’em Final Table Results

Rank Player Country Prize
1 Chino Rheem United States $218,400
2 Jonathan Little United States $154,700
3 Brock Wilson United States $109,200
4 Chris Brewer United States $91,000
5 Justin Saliba United States $72,800
6 Daniel Negreanu Canada $54,600

Andrew “Luckychewy” Lictenberger Wins Event #5 on his Birthday

Andrew “Luckychewy” Lictenberger got the best birthday present possible when he seized PokerMasters Event #5. The 36-year-old topped a field of 85 entries to make it 16 victories in live events and took home $204,000 after beating Brian Kim heads-up.

Lictenberger must have felt some relief after getting the job done because this was his fifth final table of the year and no victory chalked up.

2021 WSOP main event champion Koray Aldemir made the final table but was the first to head to the rail when he busted in sixth place.

Event #5 $10,000 NL Hold’em Final Table Results

Rank Player Country Prize
1 Andrew Lichtenberger United States $204,000
2 Brian Kim United States $144,500
3 Daniel Lazrus United States $102,000
4 Niko Koop Germany $85,000
5 Brock Wilson United States $68,000
6 Koray Aldemir Germany $51,000
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