2019 Borgata Poker Open

WPT Borgata Poker Open $3,500 Championship
Days: 5

A Champion Will Be Crowned in WPT Borgata Poker Open Championship!

Victor Ramdin
Victor Ramdin

The final day of the WPT Borgata Poker Open $3,500 Championship is now upon us and all of the lights have been set up as the official final table of six gets set to battle it out for a WPT title, along with the immense $616,186 first-place cash prize.

Dave Farah sits in the driver's seat for the final day, having a considerable lead with his 14,325,000 in chips. Farah has cashed in live events dating back to 2008 and it was not until this past January that he really found his first breakthrough cash, right here in the Borgata.

Farah finished runner-up in the 2019 WPT Borgata Winter Poker Open $3,500 Championship, landing his biggest career cash for $485,611. He has done the incredible by reaching yet another WPT final table and is in an incredible position to improve on his previous personal best that occurred earlier this year.

One player coming into the Day 5 on the shorter side of things is Victor Ramdin, but what he lacks in chips he surely makes up for in experience. Ramdin is a WPT champion who has over 4.5 million in live career earnings, proving time and time again that he can play with the best in the business. Ramdin will be coming into the final day at the bottom of the barrel with his 3,575,000 stack, and will be someone to watch as he looks to spin up a stack with his exhilarating style of play.

WPT Borgata Poker Open Championship Official Final Table

SeatPlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Kevin AlbersUnited States7,975,00080
2Jerry MaherUnited States5,550,00056
3Donald MaloneyUnited States6,000,00060
4Victor RamdinUnited States3,575,00036
5Dave FarahUnited States14,325,000143
6Uke DautiUnited States8,725,00087

The final table of six was then set and will return tomorrow at 2 p.m. to play the final day of the event. The tournament will resume on level 29 with 58:49 remaining on the clock and blinds of 50,000/100,000 with a big blind ante of 100,000. The levels will drop down to 60-minute in length through the remainder of the final table, with heads-up play switching to half an hour levels. The tournament will play down until an eventual winner takes home the $616,186 first-place prize.

The PokerNews live reporting team will be bringing you all of the action tomorrow as the day unfolds, so stay tuned!

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