Day 1 Completed
|Blinds||8,000 / 16,000|
Players Info - Day 1
Day 1 Completed
With the elimination of Chinmay Patel in fourth the final three players began to discuss an adjusted payout deal. The stacks were counted down and it didn't take long for them to strike a deal.
Defending Champion Eddie Espino was holding the chip lead and he will take home his second BFPO trophy and $4,674.
Stephen Ma is the Event #2 runner up earning $4,278 for his second place finish. Dave Dambrosi is our third place finisher and he earns $3,340 for his efforts.
Event #2 Final Results
|1||EDWARD ESPINO||PISCATAWAY, NJ||$4,674|
|2||STEPHEN MA||ROCKVILLE, MD||$4,278|
|3||DAVID DAMBROSI||DIX HILLS, NY||$3,340|
|4||CHINMAY PATEL||HUNTINGDON VL, PA||$1,676|
|5||DAWN WILENSKY||MELVILLE, NY||$1,304|
|6||DANNY CHANG||OZONE PARK, NY||$1,117|
|7||BARUCH DCTMAN||MONSEY, NY||$931|
|8||NAM PHAN||HENDERSON, NV||$745|
|9||NAFTALI ROSENBERG||BROOKLYN, NY||$559|
A short stacked Chinmay Patel was the next player to fall at the hands of Stephen Ma.
Patel is our fourth place Event #2 finisher and will take home $1,676 for his efforts.
Dawn Wilensky got the last of her chips in on the flop holding against the of Stephen Ma.
She failed to improve on the turn and river and was sent to the rail in fifth place earning $1,304 for her efforts.
Defending champion Eddie Espino continues to add to his monster stack here at the final table.
Just four players stand between him and back to back Borgata Fall Poker Open PLO titles and he has extended his chip lead with 575,000.
Danny Chang raised to 25,000 and Chinmay Patel called from the button. Dawn Wilensky moved all in from the small blind and Chang re-shoved all in for 203,000. Patel quickly folded and the hands were shown.
The board ran out and Wilensky improved to jacks full of nines to score the double up.
Chang was sent to the rail in sixth place the very next hand and will take home $1,117 for his efforts.
The Event #2 $340 Pot-Limit Omaha players are now on a 15-minute color up break. There are just six players remaining and we will pick back u p on the action when play resumes.
The pace of play has slowed here at the Event #2 PLO final table as seven handed play continues.
Eddie Espino is holding strong at the top with 475,000 but Chinmay Patel is heating up.
Patel has been playing a big stack for much of the night and he is gaining ground on the chip leader with 345,000.