Day 2 Completed
|Average Chip Stack||5,580,000|
|Blinds||120,000 / 250,000|
Players Info - Day 2
Day 2 Completed
The second day of Event #9: $300 Deepest Stack NLH has now come to an end after roughly ten hours of play with six players all accepting an adjusted payout deal. A total of 837 entry slips were sold for this event, creating a $211,092 prize pool that just slipped by the guarantee.
The six players remaining at the end of the night all split up the remaining $129,505 amongst themselves with Ory Hen pulling the lion's share for $35,250. Although Hen took down the biggest prize it was Kenny Nguyen who ended up with the Borgata Poker Open trophy.
Event #6 Final Table Results
|1||Ory Hen||Cooper City, FL||$35,250*|
|2||Kenny Nguyen||Lynwood, IL||$25,248*|
|3||Kevin Tsao||Forest Hills, NY||$21,607*|
|4||Peter Zarriello||New Egypt, NJ||$20,500*|
|6||Arie Praisman||Jerusalem, Israel||$9,499|
|7||Yehuda Balin||Brooklyn, NY||$7,599|
|8||Nick Palma||New Rochelle, NY,||$5,699|
|9||Jacob Edelman||Hewlett, NY||$4,011|
Final Day Action
The second day of Event #9: $300 Deepest Stack NLH had just 150 return of the 837 entries that were accumulated. It took just under two hours of play before the bubble popped, and unfortunately for Kastriot Gjelaj, he was the last person to not make the money. Gjelaj moved all in with ace-ten, only to run into the pocket kings of James Oconnor. Gjelaj failed to catch up, sending the pot to Oconnor who popped the bubble and the remaining 81 players were all now guaranteed a $528 payday.
As per usual the field quickly depleted upon reaching the money with many familiar faces hitting the wayside including Will Givens who ran up a stack late on the second flight but could not land a card against Gary Gelman when it counted the most and he was eliminated early into the money.
Once the tournament was down to the final three tables it was Kenny Nguyen who took over. Nguyen built his stack up to over a million and then struck gold with ace-queen against pocket queens, eliminating an opponent with a lucky runout. Only moments after, Michael Cohen moved all in with king-jack for 1.5 million from the hijack and Nguyen woke up with big slick in the big blind, sending Cohen out as he secured a massive stack that he brought to the final two tables.
Nguyen led the final 17 redraw and it was not long before the players started to fall. Dean Chimienti, Leonard Sande, and William Baxavaneos all took an exit instantly. William Mcallister, Gerard Carbery, and Tony Anitra all held on a little bit longer but still failed to see the final table.
The final ten took to their seats and it was Arie Praisman with the lead, after running over the final two tables. It would not take long until a first victim headed to the payout desk in Geoffrey Girgis who shoved his two blinds into the middle with three-two of diamonds. Nguyen called with his king-queen, turning two pair as Girgis took an exit in tenth place.
Jacob Edelman was another short stack who jammed from the small blind and Ory Hen hooked him up. Edelman tabled jack-ten and Hen turned over king-nine. Neither player hit anything and Hen took down the pot, eliminating Edelman. Nick Palma has a personality that everyone loves at the table and he also had a decent stack to start the final table. After a few small pots were lost he looked down at a pair of dimes and three-bet all in over the open of Nguyen who snap-called with ace-queen. The flop came down with an ace and the rest is history as Palma was eliminated in eight place.
The last person to take an exit before an adjusted payout was agreed upon was Yehuda Balin in seventh. Balin battled as well as anyone, prolonging his eventual demise to the maximum. He found a good spot to secure a double up with his four-two of hearts on a two heart flop with a wheel draw, but Nguyen had other plans. Nguyen tabled six-five for bottom pair, he managed to fade the turn and river, sending Balin out in seventh.
That concludes the PokerNews coverage of this event, but be sure to check out all our live updates on Event #10: $400 Almighty Stack NLH...HERE
The final six have decided to take an adjusted payout deal. Details and information will be as soon as available.
The tournament will now be taking a quick to work out a deal between the final six.
The remaining six players will now be taking a 15-minute break.
Kenny Nguyen limped from the small blind and Yehuda Balin checked his option. The dealer fanned out on the flop and Nguyen moved all in, Balin snap-called for his last 360,000 and the two tabled their cards.
Balin had a lot of outs to secure a double and Nguyen needed to dodge to take down the pot.
A landed on the turn, leaving Balin with one more chance for romance. The completed the board, failing to improve Balin who was eliminated in seventh by Nguyen.
|Wednesday, September 11||11 a.m.||Event #10: $400 Almighty Stack Day 1c|
|Wednesday, September 11||3 p.m.||Event #11: $450 HOSE|
|Wednesday, September 11||5 p.m.||Event #10: $400 Almighty Stack Day 1d|
|Thursday, September 12||10 a.m.||Event #10: $400 Almighty Stack Day 1e|
|Thursday, September 12||6 p.m.||Event #10: $400 Almighty Stack Day 1f|
|Friday, September 13||Noon||Event #10: $400 Almighty Stack Day 2|
|Friday, September 13||1 p.m.||Event #12: $1,090 NLH 6-Max Day 1|
|Friday, September 13||5 p.m.||Event #13: $560 Super Survivor NLH|
|Saturday, September 14||11 a.m.||Event #14: $400 Saturday Series Deepstack|
|Saturday, September 14||Noon||Event #10: $400 Almighty Stack Day 3|
|Saturday, September 14||Noon||Event #12: $1,090 NLH 6-Max Day 2|
|Saturday, September 14||1 p.m.||Event #15: $230 Ladies NLH|
|Saturday, September 14||3 p.m.||Event #16: $3,150 Heads-Up Day 1|
|Sunday, September 15||11 a.m.||Event #18: $3,500 WPT BPO Day 1a|
|Sunday, September 15||Noon||Event #16: $3,150 Heads-Up Day 2|
|Sunday, September 15||4 p.m.||Event #17: $1,060 Purple Chip Bounty|
|Monday, September 16||11 a.m.||Event #18: $3,500 WPT BPO Day 1b|
|Tuesday, September 17||11 a.m.||Event #19: $350 Double Green Chip Deepstack Bounty|
|Tuesday, September 17||Noon||Event #18: $3,500 WPT BPO Day 2|
|Tuesday, September 17||3 p.m.||Event #20: $1,560 Purple Chip Bounty 8-Max Semi Turbo|
|Wednesday, September 18||11 a.m.||Event #21: $300 Deep Stack NLH ($100K GTD)|
|Wednesday, September 18||Noon||Event #18: $3,500 WPT BPO Day 3|
|Thursday, September 19||11 a.m.||Event #22: $230 Deeper Stack NLH|
|Thursday, September 19||Noon||Event #18: $3,500 WPT BPO Day 4|
|Friday, September 20||11 a.m.||Event #23: $300 Deepest Stack|
|Friday, September 20||2 p.m.||Event #18: $3,500 WPT BPO Day Final Table|
Kenny Nguyen moved all in from the cutoff for around 2,900,000 and Nick Palma moved all in for less, players turned over their hands.
The flop came down and Nguyen took a commanding lead with his flopped bullet. A peeled off on the turn, giving Palma some added straight outs.
The river came down a brick as the hit the felt, and Nguyen took down the pot with his pair of aces, eliminating Palma from the tournament.
Jacob Edelman moved all in from the small blind for around 1,200,000 and Ory Hen called from the big blind, putting Edelman at risk.
The flop came down and Hen was still in the lead. An landed on the turn and Edelman called for a nine, but the came down instead, completing the board as Hen took down the pot, eliminating Edelman from the tournament.