Day 1 Completed
|Average Chip Stack||795,000|
|Blinds||8,000 / 15,000|
Players Info - Day 1
Day 1 Completed
The 2020 Borgata Winter Poker Open has now crowned a champion in Event #19: $220 Charity Series of Poker and it is a familiar face taking home the trophy as BorgataPoker.com Sponsored Pro Katie Stone emerged as the winner.
Stone took home a seat into the $3,500 WPT Borgata Winter Poker Open Championship for her victory, along with a prestigious Borgata trophy to add to her mantle. Stone is a Borgata regular who is sure to make use of the seat to the tournament which begins tomorrow and is definitely someone to keep an eye on as she looks for another deep run.
Kenneth Levine and John Yanni rounded out the top three finishers, receiving a $500 St. Jude CSOP Seat (to be held on April 4, at the Palms in Las Vegas) along with two nights hotel stay and $500 for travel. Tyler Patterson, Randall lee, and Philip Luelsdorff all took home a $500 St. Jude CSOP seat for their efforts as well.
Charity Series of Poker Results
|1||Katie Stone||$3,500 WPT Seat|
|2||Kenneth Levine||$500 CSOP Seat/Hotel/$500 Travel Cash|
|3||John Yanni||$500 CSOP Seat/Hotel/$500 Travel Cash|
|4||Tyler Patterson||$500 CSOP Seat|
|5||Randall Lee||$500 CSOP Seat|
|6||Philip Luelsdorff||$500 CSOP Seat|
That wraps it up for all of the live coverage of Event #19: $220 Charity Series of Poker but tune in now for all of the updates on Event #18: $1,560 Purple Chip Bounty as the action unfolds.
Katie Stone moved all in from the button and Kenneth Levine called. Both players flipped over their cards in what would be the last hand of the night.
The flop fell , giving Stone a straight and Levine was now drawing to runner-runner. A peeled off on the turn, giving Levine some outs for the river but a completed the board and Stone took down the pot, eliminating Levine from the tournament in second place.
Katie Stone open-shoved from the button and John Yanni called for less, putting in his 140,000 stack. The two turned over their hands and Yanni was at risk of elimination.
The flop came down and Stone took a commanding lead. A turn card sealed the deal for Stone as Yanni was then drawing dead to the river, being eliminated in third place.
The remaining three players will now be taking a short break.
Tyler Patterson opened and John Yanni moved all in, Patterson snapped and the two turned over their cards.
The flop rolled out ten-high with two spades and Patterson was still ahead but Yanni picked up a flush draw.
The turn came down an ace, shifting the lead to Yanni. The river bricked out and Yanni pulled in the pot, sending Patterson out the door.
Randall Lee moved the rest of his stack into the middle with a pocket pair of fours and Tyler Patterson obliged, holding jack-five off. The flop came jack-high and the runout was clean as Lee was sent packing.
Kenneth Levine moved all in and found a caller in Tyler Patterson, the two tabled their cards with Levine at risk.
The board ran out and Levine secured a complete double up, leaving Patterson short.