Day 1 Completed
|Average Chip Stack||3,126,667|
|Blinds||60,000 / 120,000|
Day 1 Completed
In the final event of the 2020 Borgata Winter Poker Open - Event #25: $300 Deepest Stack NLH - the final six players began discussing an adjusted payout deal in the late-night hours. The stacks were counted down and it didn't take long for a deal to be struck.
Daniel Gordon took first place for the lion's share of the prize pool earning $17,838. Gordon and Ryan Dodd were the top two stacks and they agreed to run one hand for the trophy.
Dodd came out on top earning his second Borgata Poker Open trophy and $17,431 for his runner-up finish.
Event #25 Final Table Results
|9||Joseph Lorenz Cruz||$2,704|
*Indicates Adjusted Payout
Irwin Reiter was the next player to fall in a series of rapid final table eliminations. Reiter is our seventh-place finisher taking home $4,934 for his efforts.
Alex Lin got his stack of 980,000 all in preflop holding against the of Ryan Dodd.
Lin shouted for an ace but didn't fine one on the runout. Lin is our eighth-place finisher taking home $3,853 for his efforts.
Joseph Lorenz Cruz got the last of his chips all in pre-flop holding against .
The board ran out and there was a king in the window to seal his fate. Lorenz Cruz is our 9th place finisher taking home $2,704 for his efforts.
Joseph DeSanto was the latest player to fall and his impressive series has come to an end.
DeSanto made two final tables and he falls just short of a third with an 11th place finish good for $1,757.
The Event #25 players are now on a 15-minute color up break. We'll pick back up on the action when play resumes.
Kevin and his opponent just got involved in a pre-flop raising war. The end result was the player moving all in for about 1,300,000 and Tran snap calling.
The player turned over but was in bad shape as Tran held . The board ran out and Tran improved to a full house scooping the largest pot of the night.