Event 11 (Day 1B)
$400+$50 Almighty Stack NLH Re-Entry
Level 1: Blinds 75/150
The second flight of the Almighty Stack has taken off. Those 100,000 chip starting stacks give players lots of ammo to work with throughout the sixteen 30-minute levels they’ll play on Day 1, bagging up about 6:45pm.
If they run out, however, unlimited re-entries are available until registration closes at the start of level 13 (about 4:45pm).
There are two more starting flights on Thursday, running at 10am and 5pm. Day 2 is on tap for 12 noon Friday, when the survivors of all five starting flights come together to continue play.
It’s officially the first day of Spring, (despite the weather forecast calling for snow) so it’s time to make plans for the 2018 Borgata Spring Poker Open! The Kickoff begins in just under three weeks and it will launch a terrific series. With more than $3.2 million in total guarantees and 19 trophy events spread across 18 action-packed days, this series should bring out some huge fields. Room rates starting at $95 are available now. Reserve your room by calling 609.317.1000. Click here for the schedule of Main Events.
As always, the series begins with a big bang. The $1 million guaranteed $540+$60 NLH Deep Stack Kickoff tournament begins Tuesday April 10th at 11am with the first of five starting flights. With unlimited re-entries, this best stack forward event will surely see more than enough entrants to crush the guarantee. Last year, Borgata regular Soukha Kachittavong came out on top of the field of nearly 3,000 entrants to take home $127,637 in a nine-way adjusted payout agreement.
All your favorite tournaments will be returning including the Seniors, Ladies, SixMax, Almighty Stack, and the $150,000 GTD Black Chip Bounty. A couple of newer events which are sure to become player favorites are back as well. The 40/40 Monster Stack leads off the second week of the series, giving players 40,000 chips and 40 minute levels. The $200 Frenzy Re-Entry makes its second appearance in a Open Series as well, with re-entries at half the price of the first buy-in. Of course the highlight of the series is the $2,500 + $200 NLH Championship, which carries a $1 million guarantee on total buy-ins.
Last year Sam Taylor bested the field of 670 entrants to take down the Championship and collect more than $390,000. That star-studded final table included WSOP Main Event Winner Joe McKeehen, John Racener, Kane Kalas, Ricky Guan, Wade Meacham, and Simon Lam. The finale will be Live Streamed again this year, letting the poker world watch as a new Spring Poker Open Champion is crowned.
Get the Spring Poker Open dates on your calendar and don’t forget to enter for a chance to win a FREE seat in the Championship event. Just click here and complete the form. All the details and links you need for this series can be found on the Spring Poker Open Micro-site, so bookmark it now and we’ll see you next month!