Menachem Rosenberg Wins Back-to-Back Borgata Fall Poker Open Titles
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The 2019 Borgata Fall Poker Open is in full swing and some big stories have emerged. Perhaps the most impressive was the heater of Menachem Rosenberg, who won back-to-back titles for $13,591 in combined prize money.
His first win came over a 121-entry field in Event #12: $230 Pot-Limit Omaha H/L 8B. The final three struck an adjusted payout deal that saw Rosenberg take down the lion's share, pocketing $5,229 for his efforts along with his first Borgata trophy. Rosenberg is an Atlantic City, New Jersey native that has cashed in four-card poker dating back to 2008. This finish brought him over $50,000 in live career earnings.
Taking home second-place money was Larry Ohalloran, securing himself a nice $4,569 cash. The third player that took part in the deal was WSOP cash leader Roland Israelashvili, who added $3,348 to his long resume.
Event #12: Pot-Limit Omaha H/L 8B Results
|1||Menachem Rosenberg||United States||$5,299*|
|2||Larry Ohalloran||United States||$4,569*|
|3||Roland Israelashvili||United States||$3,348*|
|4||Tony Harmen||United States||$1,878|
|5||Raj Desai||United States||$1,408|
|6||David Hausmann||United States||$1,174|
|7||Bill Jones||United States||$939|
|8||Ted Davis||United States||$704|
|9||Jacob Krayn||United States||$528|
*Denotes three-handed deal.
Rosenberg Wins Second Trophy in BFPO H.O.S.E
The following day in Event #13: $340 H.O.S.E, Rosenberg was the last player standing in a 75-entry field to capture a $8,292 first-place prize, along with a second prestigious Borgata trophy.
Rosenberg entered the tournament with the same confidence that he exuded throughout his first victory, playing his style en route to a rare back-to-back victory in the BFPO series.
Jim Paluszek put up a valiant effort, grinding a stack on the shorter side of things from six-handed play down to heads-up and showed not restraints leading up to his departure. Paluszek fought as hard as he could, but could not outrun the red-hot Rosenberg, taking an exit in second place for a respectable $4,802.
Event #13: H.O.S.E Results
|1||Menachem Rosenberg||United States||$8,292|
|2||Jim Pauluszek||United States||$4,802|
|3||Adam Zeltser||United States||$2,619|
|4||Dimitry Strunin||United States||$1,746|
|5||Larry Gold||United States||$1,528|
|6||Roland Israelashvili||United States||$1,310|
|7||Gary Kosakowski||United States||$873|
|8||Charlie Townsend||United States||$655|
PokerNews coverage of the 2019 Borgata Fall Poker Open continues with Day 2 of the Almighty Stack, which you can follow here.