Day 1 Completed
|Blinds||25,000 / 50,000|
Day 1 Completed
Bryan Neira Wins the BFPO Black Chip Bounty NLH ($10,816)
Event #22 $440 Black Chip Bounty NLH drew a total of 126 entries creating a prize pool of over $36,000. When the dust settled in the late night hours Bryan Neira was the last man standing.
Neira built a big stack early and stayed near the top of the chip counts for much of the night. He caught fire at the final table sending player after player to the rail.
Neira takes home $10,816 for his victory and his first Borgata Poker Open trophy and he has now earned over $300,000 throughout his career.
Final Table Results
|9||She Lok Wong||$825|
Michael Haberman Eliminated in 2nd Place ($6,050)
Michael Haberman got his last 1,100,000 all in pre-flop holding against the of Bryan Neira.
The board ran out and Neira improved to a set of sixes to score the knockout.
The two players shook hands and Haberman is our Event #22 runner-up earning $6,050.
Patrick Ibrahim Eliminated in 3rd Place ($3,667)
Bryan Neira raised to 90,000 and Michael Haberman folded his small blind. Patrick Ibrahim moved all in for 650,000 from the big blind and Neira snap called.
The board ran out and Neira improved to top set to score the knockout.
Ibrahim is our third place finisher and will take home $3,667 for his efforts.
Faraz Ghobadi Eliminated in 4th Place ($2,933)
Bryan Neira raised to 90,000 and Michael Haberman called from the button. Faraz Ghobadi put his last 85,000 in from the small blind and they saw a flop of .
Neira continued with a bet of 150,000 and Haberman quickly folded. Neira turned over for two pair and Ghobadi showed .
The turn and river improved Neira to a full house and Ghobadi was eliminated in fourth place earning $2,933.
Ghobadi Doubles Through Neira
Faraz Ghobadi moved all in for 420,000 and Bryan Neira called from the small blind. Ghobadi turned over and would need to improve against the of Neira.
The dealer fanned the flop and Ghobadi flopped the nut straight while Neira picked up two pair.
The turn and river card sealed the deal for Ghobadi to earn him the double up.
Neira Leads the Final Four