Day 1 Completed
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Players Info - Day 1
Day 1 Completed
Event #23 $230 Deepest Stack NLH was the last event of the 2019 Borgata Fall Poker Open. It was a long day of tournament poker that came to an end in the early morning hours when a winner emerged from the 325-entry field.
Jeremiah Budin was the last man standing taking home $17,023 and his first BFPO trophy. Budin earned the nickname "The Terminator" from his tablemate Carlos Matos after catching fire in the late stages of the tournament.
Budin entered the final table with the chip lead and held strong near the top of the chip counts for much of the night. He entered heads-up play with nearly a 2:1 chip deficit but scooped the first few pots and he was off and running.
In the last hand of play, Walter Sarmiento moved all in holding and was snapped off by the of Budin. The two players shook hands and Budin posed for the last winner's photo of the series.
This concludes all of the PokerNews Borgata Fall Poker Open coverage and we'll see all of the players, dealers, and staff again in January when the Borgata Winter Poker Open kicks off January 14.
Final Table Results
Walter Sarmiento moved all in for 5,700,000 and Jeremiah Budin snap called.
Sarmiento turned over but he was dominated by the of Budin. The board ran out and Budin's big slick held up to earn him the knockout.
Sarmiento is our Event #23 runner-up and he will take home $9,458 for his second place finish.
Charles Dunlap moved all in for 2,000,000 and Walter Sarmiento called from the big blind.
The board ran out and Sarmiento improved to quad jacks to score the knockout.
Dunlap is our third place finisher taking home $5,883 for his efforts.
A short stacked Jay Rosenberg got the last of his chips all in pre-flop holding against the of Walter Sarmiento.
Rosenberg failed to improve and he was eliminated in fourth place earning $
April Motola got her last 1,700,000 all in pre-flop holding against the of Jeremiah Budin.
She failed to improve on the runout and was eliminated in fifth place earning $3,720.
Alexander Desiervio got his last 900,000 all in pre-flop holding against the .
He failed to improve and was sent to the rail in tenth place earning $3,058 for his efforts.