Michael Wang & Anna Dunn Capture 2019 Borgata Fall Poker Open Titles
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The 2019 Borgata Fall Poker Open Event #20 $1,560 Purple Chip Bounty NLH drew a total of 59 entries creating a prize pool of over $57,000. When the smoke cleared World Series of Poker bracelet winner Michael Wang was the last man standing.
It was anything but a smooth ride for Wang at the final table after he took two brutal beats. His pocket aces were first cracked by Chun Li's pocket tens in an all-in preflop confrontation.
Just a few hands later, Wang's pocket kings were cracked by the pocket sevens of James Tarantino, but Wang kept his composure.
Wang brought a massive chip lead into heads-up play and after just a few hands he was holding his second Borgata Poker Open trophy.
Wang takes home $20,029 for his victory and he has now earned over $2,500,000 throughout his career. Below is a full look at the final table results.
Event #20 Final Table Results
Anna Dunn Wins 2nd Borgata Poker Open Trophy
There was quite a bit of negotiating between the final four players in the late night hours of the 2019 Borgata Poker Open Event #19: $230 Deeper Stack NLH, a tournament that drew 152 runners. It took some time but they eventually came to an adjusted payout agreement.
Anna Dunn, who held the chip lead at the time of the deal, took first place earning $5,500 and her second Borgata Poker Open trophy.
Robert Camano, Jose Ramos, and Michael Bonita then split the remaining prize pool each taking home $4,457 for their efforts. Below is a full look at the final table results.
Event #19 Final Table Results
*Denotes four-way deal.
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