Day 1 Completed
|Average Chip Stack||138,182|
|Blinds||25,000 / 50,000|
Day 1 Completed
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.
The final four players began to discuss an adjusted payout agreement.
After some negotiation they were unable to strike to a deal and four handed play continues.
Michael Bonita raised to 100,000 and Anna Dunn moved all in for 1,286,000 from the button. Brent Wyndelts put his last 120,000 all in from the small blind and Bonita snap called putting both players at risk.
The chip leader was holding pocket aces and poised to score a massive double knockout. "Give me some hearts" said Dunn as the dealer fanned the flop.
The hit the turn and Dunn picked up a gutshot straight draw and shouted for a seven on the river. She got her wish as the completed the board improving Dunn to straight.
Wyndelts was eliminated in fifth place earning $1,769 for his efforts and Dunn vaults to the top with four players remaining.
As we pick up the Event #19 $230 Deeper Stack NLH action we see a familiar face at the top of the chip counts.
Michael Bonita is leading the way with 1,600,000 and he is just days removed from winning his first Borgata Poker Open trophy.
Bonita was a part of heads up deal in the Double Green Chip Bounty NLH event where he took home over $4,800 and the trophy.
There are just five players remaining and Bonita will look to add his second BFPO trophy to his resume here tonight.
A pre-flop raising war broke out on table three and the end result was John McGuinness moving all in.
His opponent called for his last 180,000 and the hands were shown.
The board ran out and the player paired his king to double up. McGuinness was left severely short stacked an eliminated just a few hands later.
In one of the first hands back from the dinner break the action folded to the player in the cutoff who limped in.
The player on the button raised to 23,000 and Joey Cappuccio moved all in from the small blind for about 120,000.
Both players folded and Cappuccio scooped the pot.