Day 1 Completed
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Players Info - Day 1
Day 1 Completed
With the elimination of Shadrach Tercy in fifth in Event #16: $400 Saturday Series Deepstack, the final four players began to discuss an adjusted payout deal.
The stacks were counted down and after a bit of negotiation, a deal was struck as the clock struck 5:00 a.m. in the Event Center.
Peter Sennon, who was holding the chip lead at the time of the deal, took first place earning $39,422 and his second Borgata Poker Open trophy.
Sennon caught fire with two tables left and he was a one-man wrecking crew at the final table sending player after player to the rail.
Florida tournament pro Rafael Reis finished as the Saturday Series runner-up earning $31,971 for his second-place finish.
Paul Weinberger earned $27,785 for his third-place finish and Borgata fan-favorite Rick Ruffman took home $22,249 for his fourth-place finish.
Saturday Series Final Table Results
*Indicates Adjusted Payout
A short stacked Shadrach Tercy got his last 425,000 all in pre-flop holding against the of Rafael Reis.
The board ran out and Reis paired his ten on the river to score the knockout.
Tercy is our 5th place finisher taking home $12,623 for his efforts.
Bill Miller moved all in for 1,045,000 from late position and Paul Weinberger re-shoved all in from the small blind. The big blind folded and the hands were shown.
The board ran out and Weinberger improved to aces full of nines to score the knockout.
Miller is our 6th place finisher taking home $10,442 for his efforts.
Larry Durham got his stack of 940,000 all in pre-flop holding but ran into the of Peter Sennon.
The board ran out and Sennon's pocket kings held up to earn him the knockout.
Durham is our 7th place finisher taking home $8,377 for his efforts.
Shadrach Tercy raised to 200,000 from under the gun and Peter Sennon re-raised to 500,000 next to act. It folded back to Tercy who called and they went heads up to the flop. Both players checked and the turn was the .
Again both players checked and they did the same on the river. Sennon turned over and Tercy fired his hand into the muck.
The players are now on a 15-minute break. We will pick back up on the final table action when play resumes.
Yohan Kim got his last 830,000 all in pre-flop holding against the of Bill Miller.
The board ran out and Miller improved to aces and queens to score the knockout.
Kim is our 8th place finisher taking home $6,311 for his efforts.