The Event 22 final table is now set and it’s Jorge Quiroz out in front with 3,500,000. We are moments away from crowning the last champion of the series who will take home $21,720 and the BSPO trophy.
Below is a full look at the final table chip counts and seating assignments as well as what’s at stake.
Seat 1. Matt Maccaroni- 2,200,000
Seat 2. Jorge Quiroz- 3,500,000
Seat 3. Renata Colache- 1,900,000
Seat 4. Jeremy Barnett- 450,000
Seat 5. Kaitly Faaland- 1,800,000
Seat 6. Desmond Holley- 175,000
Seat 7. Chuck Bryant- 1,700,000
Seat 8. Daryl Boatwright- 1,400,000
Seat 9. Jamal Ghanim- 1,800,000
There are just 14 players remaining and a new chip leader has emerged. Jorge “Todo” Quiroz caught fire after the last break and he is starting to pull away from the field.
Quiroz is the only player over the two million chip mark with 2,500,000 as he looks for his first Borgata Poker Open title.
We will be crowning our last Champion of the series here tonight and one of these players will be taking home $21,720 and the BSPO trophy.
The action folded to the player on the button who raised to 60,000 and Jeremy Barnett moved all in from the big blind for 505,000. The player called and the hands were shown.
The board ran out and Barnett’s pocket nines held up to earn him the double up and move him over the million chip mark.
Jeremy Barnett- 1,040,000
The action folded around to Jeremy Barnett on the button and he raised to 47,000. The small blind re-raised to 117,000 and Barnett called. They went heads up to the flop and the small blind bet 76,000.
Barnett called and both players checked the turn card. The hit the river and again both players quickly checked. Barnett turned over for a turned flush and his opponent fired his hand face down into the muck.
The players are now on a 15 minute color up break and we will pick back up on the action when play resumes.
Jeremy Barnett- 600,000
A player in late position moved all in for his last 140,000 and Raj Tangam called from the big blind. Tangam turned over but he was dominated by the of his opponent.
The dealer fanned the and Tangam spiked his jack in the window to take the lead. The turn and river sealed the deal for Tangam to score the knockout.
The remaining 36 Event 22 players are now all in the money and guaranteed at least $499 for their efforts.
We caught up to the three handed action on the board. It check to Abraham Korotki who bet 28,000 into a main pot of over 50,000 and both players called.
The hit the river and the player in early position checked to Korotki who tossed out a bet of 50,000. Both players called and Korotki showed .
The early position player called turning over and Ibraimovic tabled to scoop the hefty pot.
Ibraim Ibraimovic- 800,000
Abraham Korotki- 625,000
2017 WPT Borgata Main Event Champion Guo Liang Chen was all in with against Miguel Lopez’s .
The board ran out and Lopez flopped a set of nines to eliminate the former champ.
Miguel Lopez – 410,000 (68 bb)
It’s been a swingy day for Rosha Sacovitz as she plays her first live tournament ever.
A few hands earlier Sacovitz sat with 250,000 and on a board. She appeared to be in good shape but Mike McGuinness held a and turned another to leave Sacovitz with around starting stack.
Right after that Sacovitz got it in good again with versus her opponent’s .
This time Sacovitz held as the board came 4c] to score a knock out.
Rosha Sacovitz – 80,000 (16 bb)
Mike McGuinness – 390,000 (78 bb)