Day 1 Completed
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Players Info - Day 1
Day 1 Completed
With the elimination of Justin Schwartz in sixth the final five players began to discuss an adjusted payout deal. The stacks were counted down and after a bit of negotiations a deal was struck.
John Jimenez who held the chip lead will take first for the lion share of the prize pool.
They then agreed to run one hand out for the trophy and WSOP bracelet winner Svetlana Gromenkova is taking home the miniature glass Borgata.
Below is a full look at the final adjusted payout deal.
Justin Schwarz got his last 435,000 all in pre-flop holding against the of John Jimenez.
The board ran out and Jimenez improved to a flush to score the knockout. Schwartz was eliminated in 6th place and will take home $7,840 for his efforts.
Thomas Tolbert got his last 425,000 all in holding but ran into the of Steve Molokovich.
The board ran out clean for Molokovich and Tolbert was eliminated in 7th place earning $6,221 for his efforts.
Giuseppe Lomuscio got the last of his chips all in pre-flop holding against . The board ran out improving his opponent to a straight.
Lomuscio is our 8th place finisher and will take home $4,857 for his efforts.
Joseph Andino raised to 115,000 from under the gun and Jason Gunn moved all in for 440,000 from the small blind. It folded back to Andino who called turning over and Gunn showed
The board ran out and Andino's pocket jacks held up to earn him the knockout.
Gunn is our 9th place finisher and will take home $3,409 for his efforts.
We are picking up the action on the Saturday Series and we are quickly down to the final nine players.
Joseph "Regiroyce" Andino is leading the way with 3,600,000 and he is closing in on his first BPO title.
We will be crowning our newest BPO champion and the winner will be taking home $42,437 along with the trophy.