Day 1 Completed
Players Info - Day 1
Day 1 Completed
Event 11 of the Borgata Poker Open was the $400+$50 H.O.S.E eight hand rotation. There were 63 total entries creating a prize pool of $24,444.
When the dust settled Roland Israelashvili was the last man standing taking home $9,288 and the Borgata Poker Open trophy.
Below is a full look at the final Event #11: $450 H.O.S.E eight hand rotation tournament results.
|1||Roland Israelashvili||$9,288+BPO Trophy|
Event 11 of the Borgata Poker Open is the $400+$50 H.O.S.E eight hand rotation. There were 63 total entries creating a prize pool of $24,444.
The final eight players will all make the money and be guaranteed a minimum of $733 for their efforts.
The winner will be taking home $9,288 along with the Borgata Poker Open trophy. You can check of the full Event 11 tournament payouts by clicking on the prize pool and payouts tab.
The H.O.S.E players have returned from break and the cards are back in the air.
Tournament registration and re-entry is now closed and there were 63 entries creating a prize pool of over $24,000. The payouts are being finalized and they will be posted as soon as they're available.
Poker reporter Brandyn Trenholm gave the H.O.S.E. tournament his best shot but was recently eliminated in a hand of Stud.
Trenholm got the last of his chips in on sixth street holding two pair - nines and sevens - with a straight flush draw to boot. He was called by a player holding naked kings.
The player with the kings caught a three on seventh to make a bigger two pair and Trenholm bricked with an offsuit four to see his tournament come to a sudden end.
|32||Wed. 9/11||7 p.m.||$80+$20||Almighty Stack Qualifier NLH Re-Entry (1 in 5 wins entry to Event 10)|
|33||Fri. 9/13||7 p.m.||$350+$50||WPT Borgata Championship Qualifier Re-Entry (1 in 10 wins entry to Event 18)|
|34||Sat. 9/14||4 p.m.||$350+$50||WPT Borgata Championship Qualifier Re-Entry (1 in 10 wins entry to Event 18)|
|35||Sun. 9/14||7 p.m.||$700+$50||WPT Borgata Championship Qualifier Re-Entry (1 in 5 wins entry to Event 18)|
|36||Sun. 9/15||1 p.m.||$350+$50||WPT Borgata Championship Qualifier Re-Entry (1 in 10 wins entry to Event 18)|
|37||Sun. 9/15||4 p.m.||$700+$50||WPT Borgata Championship Qualifier Re-Entry (1 in 5 wins entry to Event 18)|
|38||Sun. 9/15||7 p.m.||$350+$50||WPT Borgata Championship Qualifier Re-Entry (1 in 10 wins entry to Event 18)|
|40||Mon. 9/16||6 p.m.||$350+$50||Last Chance WPT Borgata Championship Qualifier Re-Entry (1 in 10 wins entry to Event 18 - Day 2 entry)|
One of the players in today's H.O.S.E. field is accustomed to being a part of the action off the felt. Canada's Brandyn Trenholm is actually in Atlantic City to live report the 2019 Borgata Poker Open (BPO) for PokerNews, but given it's his day off and the tournament is a one-day event, he's opted to try his hand at the four-game mix.
Like many poker reporters, Trenholm enjoys squaring off against the players he's used to reporting on. While he tends to play more online than live, Trenholm has notched $18,517 in live tournament earnings.
The vast majority of that - $13,804 to be exact- came in one fell swoop back in 2015 when he took down the Charlottetown CAD$300 Deep Freeze Bounty Poker Tournament.
He also got a win in the summer of 2018 while in Las Vegas to work the World Series of Poker. He hopped on over to The Orleans where he promptly took down the 2018 Summer Poker Series $125 Omaha 8-or-Better event for $3,100.
Only time will tell if Trenholm can notch his first cash here at Borgata.
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