2024 PGT Mixed Games Series Recap

By David Huber
March 10, 2024

The 2024 PGT Mixed Games series has officially concluded, with millions of dollars in prize money awarded to individuals who participated and cashed in one or more of the 10 live poker tournaments. Topping the series leaderboard was Max Hoffman, who cashed in five events for a total of $376,300. For his efforts, Hoffman won the PGT Gold Cup as well as a $10,000 PGT Passport.

Max Hoffman

Max Hoffman

Part of the PokerGO Tour, the 10 events took place during the first week and a half of March 2024, and included formats such as H.O.R.S.E., Triple Stud, 2-7 Triple Draw, and Dealer’s Choice. The series was capped off by a $25,300 buy-in 10-Game Championship.

Below are the results from the 2024 PGT Mixed Games series.

PGT Mixed Games

2024 PGT Mixed Games Series Results

The high stakes Mixed Games tournament action kicked off on Wednesday, February 28th.

The $5,100 buy-in H.O.R.S.E. event attracted 87 entries and was won by Maksim Pisarenko of Russia for $117,400.

Event #2 of the 2024 PGT Mixed Games series, the $5,100 8-Game Mix, garnered 89 total entries.

Poker Hall of Famer John Hennigan was emerged victorious, collecting $120,150 for his efforts.

Event #3 was the $10,000+$200 H.O.R.S.E. tournament. When the smoke had cleared, Poker Hall of Famer and PokerGO President Mori Eskandani had bested a field of 63 hopefuls to come out on top for a payday of $201,600.

The 2024 PGT Mixed Games series then continued with Event #4 – a $10,200 buy-in 8-Game tournament.

The 2022 WSOP Player of the Year, New Jersey poker pro Dan Zack, finished first in the event, and was awarded a championship prize of $195,200 for his efforts. Last year’s PGT Mixed Game Series champion almost notched a repeat, but ultimately finished second on the leaderboard to the aforementioned Hoffman.

John Racener would be crowned the next 2024 PGT Mixed Games series winner just before midnight local time on March 4th.

Racener outlasted 43 tournament entries and walked away with $151,200 for first place in the $10,200 Triple Stud event.

The second half of the 2024 PGT Mixed Games series began on March 4th.

By the next afternoon, a total of 47 entrants participated in Event #6, the $10,200 buy-in Triple Draw Mix event.

Jerry Wong won his first-ever PokerGO Tour event by taking down Event #6 for $164,500.

The $10,200 buy-in Dealer’s Choice Event #7 was up next. The top prize of $164,500 was won by Philip Sternheimer of England, who edged-out Poker Hall of Famer Daniel Negreanu heads-up.

Event #8 featured a $10,200 buy-in tournament with a Big Bet Mix format. Televised poker tournament veteran Daniel Shak found himself at the top of the field when action had concluded, winning a PokerGO Tour event for the first time in his playing career along with $133,200.

Event #9 was the $25,500 buy-in, 2024 PGT Mixed Games series championship, which attracted 41 players.

Alex Livingston was victorious in the series championship tournament — and won a cash prize of $324,465.

The final event of the 2024 PokerGO Tour Mixed Games series saw Walter Chambers take home $63,000 in the $5,100 buy-in 2-7 Single Draw tournament.

2024 PokerGO Tour Point Standings

As we continue the third month of the 2024 calendar year, the 2024 PokerGO Tour leaderboard standings are as follows.

David Coleman – 937 PGT Points (3 Wins, 6 Cashes)
Dylan Weisman – 738 PGT Points (2 Wins, 5 Cashes)
Kristen Foxen – 666 PGT Points (1 Win, 4 Cashes)
Johnathan Little – 549 PGT Points (2 Wins, 4 Cashes)
Daniel Negreanu – 521 PGT Points (0 Wins, 7 Cashes)

High stakes live tournament action from Las Vegas will continue later this month as the PokerGO Tour hosts the 2024 PLO Series in Las Vegas. Action begins on Wednesday, March 20th, and will feature buy-ins ranging from $5,000 to $25,000.



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David Huber has been involved in the poker industry for close to two decades: initially as a professional online poker player and later as an editor, consultant, writer, and forum manager. Known as “dhubermex” online, David’s poker-related work has been heavily published across numerous websites since 2004.

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