Day 1 Completed
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Players Info - Day 1
Day 1 Completed
With the elimination of Carlos Matos in eighth place the final seven players immediately began to discuss a deal in the 2019 Borgata Poker Open Event #21: $300 Deep Stack NLH, a tournament that attracted 729 entries. The stacks were counted down and they reached an agreement within minutes.
Melisa Singh was all alone at the top of the chip counts with 8,100,000 and she took first place earning $27,438 and her first BPO trophy.
Singh was a one-woman wrecking crew late in the night catching fire at the perfect time eliminating three players from the final table.
It marked her third cash of the series and she has now earned over $128,000 throughout her career.
Below is a full look at the final Event #21 adjusted tournament payout agreement.
Carlos Matos and Melisa Singh went heads up to the flop. Matos moved all in for 1,200,000 and Singh snap called.
The turn and river were no help to Matos and he was eliminated in 8th earning $5,056 for his efforts.
Zarko Mandic and Melisa Singh were heads up on the board. Mandic moved all in for about 1,200,000 and Singh snap called.
Mandic turned over but he was drawing stone dead against the of Singh.
The completed the board and Mandic was eliminated in ninth earning $3,493 for his efforts.
Marcus Stevens was the first player to fall here at the Event #21 final table.
Stevens was eliminated by Melisa Singh and he will take home $2,298 for his tenth place finish.
The Event #21 are now on a 15-minute color up break. We will pick back up on all the live tournament action when play resumes.
The Event #21 final table is set and it's Quing Guo leading the way with a massive stack of 4,350,000.
Josh Sulzman sits in second with 3,700,000 and Melisa Singh rounds out the top three stacks with over two million.
The players will battle into the early morning hours and one of them will be taking home $42,661 and the Borgata Poker Open trophy.
The action folded to Paul Lambrakis in the small blind and he moved all in for 835,000.
Melisa Singh snap called from the big blind turning over and Lambrakis would need to improve holding .
The runout sealed the deal for Singh and Lambrakis was eliminated in 14th place earning $1,655 for his efforts.