Day 1 Completed
|Blinds||20,000 / 40,000|
Players Info - Day 1
Day 1 Completed
The 2019 Borgata Fall Poker Open Event #12: $230 Pot-Limit Omaha H/L 8B has now come to an end after the final three struck an adjusted payout deal. Menachem Rosenberg took down the lion's share, pocketing $5,229 for his efforts along with a shiny Borgata Trophy.
Rosenberg is an Atlantic City, New Jersey native that has cashes in four-card poker dating back to 2008. This finish will bring him over $50,000 in live career earnings and also adds his first Borgata trophy to his mantle at home.
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.
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.
This wraps it up for the PokerNews live coverage of this event, but tune in tomorrow at 3 p.m. for the $340 H.O.S.E tournament.
Raj Desai moved all in for his remaining stack and Larry Ohalloran called, putting Desai at risk of elimination.
The board rolled out and Ohalloran's cowboys took down the pot, eliminating Desai from the tournament in fifth place.
Raj Desai and Roland Israelashvili both limped the 50,000 big blind as David Hausmann was all in automatically in the small blind. Tony Harmen checked the big blind and the dealer spread out on the flop.
Action checked to Desai, he bet pot and Israelashvili called all in for his remaining 132,00. Harmen folded and the three remaining players tabled their hands.
The landed on the turn, giving Israelashvili a wheel and the river did not change a thing as Israelashvili took down the pot. Hausmann was eliminated as Israelashvili took down the pot for a double along the way.
Bill Jones moved all in for 88,000 and Larry Ohalloran shoved over the top for 180,000 total. David Hausmann called and the three tabled their hands.
The board came down and Ohalloran's full house took down the pot, doubling through Hausman as Jones took an exit in seventh.
The remaining seven players will now be taking a 15-minute break.
Ted Davis moved all in for 64,000, Tony Harmen called and Raj Desai announced that he was all in for more than enough to cover Harmen who called for his remaining 200,000 stack.
The board came down and Desai took down three-quarters of the pot with Harmen taking the other quarter. Davis was rivered and eliminated in eighth place.
Two players found all of their chips go into the middle when Gary Kosakowski and David Hausmann took to a battle. They tabled their hands and Kosakowski was at risk.
The board rolled out and Hausmann pulled in the pot for a complete scoop, eliminating Kosakowski from the tournament in tenth.