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Who Will Make the Top Six to go to Las Vegas in April for the $3,500 WPT Borgata Winter Poker Open Championship Final Table?

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Welcome to the final day of the $3,500 WPT Borgata Winter Poker Open Championship. Well, it’s not actually the final day but it is the last day of this tournament which will take place in the Borgata Hotel, Casino & Spa as play will continue until there are six players remaining. The final six will battle it out for the wonderful first-place prize of $674,840 at the HyperX Esports Arena in Las Vegas at the Luxor on the live-streamed final table on April 1, 2020.

After claiming the Day 2 chip lead, Patrick Serda has also taken the Day 3 chip lead with 6,260,000 in chips which is worth a whopping 209 big blinds at the start of the day. He is followed in the chip counts by fellow Canadian Veerab Zakarian with 4,075,000 in chips. Brian Altman also finished on the podium late last night with 3,880,000 in chips. Other players who have bagged an above-average stack are Peter Vitantonio, Stephen Press, Paul Snead, Jesus Martinez, Derek Marmen, Jorge Confesor, and Bin Weng.

But there’s still loads of other players to take into account as 28 players return out of 1,290 entries with Samuel Taylor, Brandon Hall, Ari Engel, Donald Maloney, Nathan Russler, Matthew Waxman, James Anderson, and Sandeep Pulusani in the running too. All 28 players are guaranteed at least $19,886 but will all be eyeing up the pay jumps as each player gets sent to the rail.

When the players return at noon local time, they will play Level 24 which features a small blind of 15,000, big blind of 30,000, and a big blind ante of 30,000. Level duration will remain at 90 minutes each with a short break after every level. A dinner break is likely to take place after the fourth or fifth level of play but everything is subject to change.

The PokerNews live reporting team will be here in Atlantic City from the first card of the deck until it is known who will be going to Las Vegas in April, so keep following the updates right here!

Day 4 Seat Draw

TableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
11Alex MuscarellaUnited States675,00023
12Matthew WaxmanUnited States835,00028
13Alexander QueenUnited States1,800,00060
14Paul SneadUnited States2,545,00085
15Lawrence AbramsUnited States1,200,00040
16Sandeep PulusaniUnited States290,00010
17Jorge ConfesorUnited States2,030,00068
21William PilossophUnited States1,490,00050
22Brandon HallUnited States1,475,00049
23Theodore LuiUnited States1,420,00047
24Jesus MartinezUnited States2,545,00085
25Michael MortonUnited States990,00033
26Grigoriy ShvartsUnited States980,00033
27James AndersonUnited States340,00011
31Patrick SerdaCanada6,260,000209
32Andrew HannaUnited States845,00028
33Joseph GalazzoUnited States1,685,00056
34Samuel TaylorUnited States1,480,00049
35Brian AltmanUnited States3,880,000129
36Nathan RusslerUnited States1,290,00043
37Robert McLaughlinUnited States650,00022
41Ari EngelCanada1,465,00049
42Donald MaloneyUnited States1,365,00046
43Derek MarmenUnited States2,110,00070
44Peter VitantonioUnited States3,550,000118
45Bin WengUnited States1,895,00063
46Stephen PressUnited States2,550,00085
47Veerab ZakarianCanada4,075,000136

Tags: Ari EngelBin WengBrandon HallBrian AltmanDerek MarmenDonald MaloneyJames AndersonJesus MartinezJorge ConfesorMatthew WaxmanNathan RusslerPatrick SerdaPaul SneadPeter VitantonioSamuel TaylorSandeep PulusaniStephen PressVeerab Zakarian