Day 1 Completed
|Blinds||50,000 / 100,000|
Players Info - Day 1
Day 1 Completed
The stacks were getting shallow in the late night hours and just three players from a 230-entry field remained in the 2019 Borgata Fall Poker Open Event #9: $230 Deeper Stack. They began to discuss an adjusted payout agreement and it didn't take long for them to come to terms.
Rick Lee, who held the chip lead at the time of the deal will, took first place and the lion's share of the prize pool earning $8,691. Lee flew under the radar through the early stages of the tournament but caught fire after the dinner break and never looked back.
Both Marcus Lipiner and Rick Rossetti locked up $7,700 for their second and third-place finishes respectively.
They then agreed to run one hand out for the Borgata Fall Poker Open trophy. Rossetti picked up pocket queens and improved to a set on the river to take home his second Borgata Poker trophy.
Event #9 $230 Deeper Stack Final Table Results
|4||John Santa Maria||$3,436|
*Denotes three-way deal.
Rick Rossetti raised to 200,000 from the button and John Santa Maria moved all in for 360,000 from the small blind.
Rick Lee re-raised to 800,000 from the big blind and Rossetti folded.
John Santa Maria:
The board ran out and Santa Maria was eliminated in fourth place earning $3,436 for his efforts.
|John Santa Maria||Busted|
Joe Andino moved all in for 850,000 from the small blind and Rick Lee called from the big blind. Andino showed and would need to improve against the of Lee.
The board ran out and Lee improved to a set of tens to score the knockout.
Andino is our fifth place finisher earning $2,677 and Lee takes the chip lead with just four players remaining.
William LaPointe got his last 350,000 all in pre-flop holding but was dominated by the of Marcus Lipiner.
He failed to improve and was sent to the rail in sixth place earning $2,231 for his efforts.
Julio Clavell got his last 205,000 all in pre-flop holding against the of Rick Rossetti.
The board ran out and Rossetti paired his six on the flop to score the knockout.
Clavell is our seventh place finisher and takes home $1,785 for his efforts.
Jason Rivkin was left with just 15,000 after being crippled by the of Joe Andino. He got his last 15,000 all in pre-flop holding and was called in two spots.
Both players were holding ace king and the board ran out to send Rivkin to the rail in eighth place.