Borgata Summer Poker Open 2020

The main event schedule for the Borgata Summer Poker Open, July 14 to July 31, has been released and as usual, Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa is making a lot of guarantees. Specifically, $1.55 million in guaranteed tournaments starting with the $500,000 guaranteed opening event July 14. It’s a pretty eclectic mix of tournament action for the summer open with bounty tournaments, Omaha, deep. Complete schedule and details for 2020 Borgata Spring Poker Open at Borgata in Atlantic City, NJ, including registration times, buy-ins, blind structures, starting chips, prize pool guarantees and game information. $200+$30 Deepest Stack NLH Re-Entry $50,000 Guaranteed Structure Sheet Payouts. Level 14: Blinds 2,000/4,000/4,000 BB Ante Entries: 461 Players Remaining: 166.

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Jackob Datashvili – 1st Place – 2019 BSPO Championship

The $1 Million Guaranteed 2019 Borgata Summer Poker Open Championship fielded 514 entrants and created a prize pool in excess of $1.2 million. The final table was Live Streamed on Twitch TV and Borgata’s Facebook page and the audience watched as Jackob Datashvili made the right reads and caught the cards when he needed them. He went from next-to-last in the final table chip counts to taking home the 2019 BSPO trophy and $276,129* for 1st Place.

The series started off with a bang with the $1 Million Guaranteed $540+$60 Deep Stack Kick-Off, which saw 1,925 entrants try their luck in six starting flights over three days. At the final table, Edwin Ortiz held the chip lead when the final seven players opted to call it a day. He took 1st place, the trophy, and $105,000* in a seven-way adjusted payout.

Adam Reese took 1st Place in both the Deeper Stack and Almighty Stack NLH events.

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Now another Open Series is in the books and 19 Borgata Summer Poker Open trophies have new homes. In fact, two of them went to the same home. Adam Reese etched his name in the record books when he won two main events during this series, the $260+$40 Deeper Stack NLH ($14,805) and the $400+$50 Almighty Stack NLH ($68,806*). The poker dealer from Pennsylvania may be considering a new career.

Ari Engel – 1st Place – Black Chip Bounty post-lim

After earning nine WSOP Circuit rings, Ari Engel finally won his first WSOP bracelet this summer in the $2,500 NLH event. Now just a month later, Engel has added a third Borgata title to his extensive poker resume. He won the $500+60+$100 Black Chip Bounty Deep Stack post-lim event, earning $16,881 and pushing his lifetime earnings close to $6.7 million.

John McGuinness and Eric Siegel both claimed their fourth Borgata titles during this series, joining a very short list of players who can claim that honor. All guarantees were covered and millions in prize money was paid out to hundreds of participants! A complete list of Main Event winners is below.

Make plans now to join us for the World Poker Tour Borgata Poker Open, September 3rd – 20th. Until then, check out the Summer Heater, running August 12-17, and the next DeepStacks Challenge Series, running August 19-25.

This concludes our coverage of the 2019 Borgata Summer Poker Open! On behalf of the Borgata Poker family and our blog team, @Kaelaine, @TKBluffs, @AlCantHang, & @SandBarbour, Thank You!

$200+$30 Deepest Stack NLH Re-Entry
$50,000 Guaranteed
Structure Sheet
Payouts
Level 30: Blinds 80,000/150,000/150,000 BB Ante
Total Entries: 461
Players Remaining: 3

With the elimination of Alex Lin in fourth the final three players began to discuss a deal. The stacks were counted down and an agreement was quickly struck. Paulo Silva went wire to wire with the chip lead and he will take first earning $18,521 and his first Borgata Poker Open trophy.

Ryan Dodd does indeed finish his series strong earning $15,024 for his runner up finish. Ian Levy is our third place finisher and he will bring home his largest career tournament score earning $10,549 for his efforts.

$200+$30 Deepest Stack NLH Re-Entry
$50,000 Guaranteed
Structure Sheet
Payouts
Level 29: Blinds 60,000/120,000/120,000 BB Ante
Total Entries: 461
Players Remaining: 4

6th Place- Dan Gordon ($4,248)

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Level 28: Blinds 50,000/100,000/100,000 BB Ante
Total Entries: 461
Players Remaining: 7

John Robinson got the last of his chips all in pre-flop holding but ran into the of Paulo Silva. Robinson failed to improve and is our 8th place finisher earning $2,594 for his efforts.

Paulo Silva- 9,300,000

$200+$30 Deepest Stack NLH Re-Entry
$50,000 Guaranteed
Structure Sheet
Payouts
Level 28: Blinds 50,000/100,000/100,000 BB Ante
Total Entries: 461
Players Remaining: 8

10th Place- Chris Guth ($1,163)

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Structure Sheet
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Level 27: Blinds 40,000/80,000/80,000 BB Ante
Total Entries: 461
Players Remaining: 10

The Event 21 final table is now set and it’s Paulo Silva holding a massive chip lead with close to 7,000,000. Silva is playing close to double his nearest opponent Ryan Dodd who is sitting with 3,700,000.

The players will battle it out into the early morning hours and one of these players will be taking home $22,853 along with the last BSPO trophy of the series.

Payouts

1st place: $22,853
2nd place: $13,192
3rd place: $8,049
4th place: $6,484
5th place: $5,098
6th place: $4,248
7th place: $3,398
8th place: $2,594
9th place: $1,789
10th place: $1,163

$200+$30 Deepest Stack NLH Re-Entry
$50,000 Guaranteed
Structure Sheet
Payouts
Level 26: Blinds 30,000/60,000/60,000 BB Ante
Total Entries: 461
Players Remaining: 16

Ryan Dodd raised to 125,000 from early position and Alex Lin called from the button. The big blind called and they went three handed to the flop.

The action checked to Lin who tossed out a bet of 80,000 and the big blind folded. Dodd check-raised to 225,000 and after giving it some thought Lin folded.

Dodd tabled his for just king high as he added another pot to his monster stack.

Ryan Dodd- 3,800,000

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Structure Sheet
Payouts
Level 25: Blinds 25,000/50,000/50,000 BB Ante
Total Entries: 461
Players Remaining: 18

Blackjack crossing cabins in hocking hills. The players are falling fast in the late night hours and we are quickly down to the final two tables. Just 18 players remaining and we will be crowning our last Borgata Summer Poker Open of the series here tonight.

Payouts

1st place: $22,853
2nd place: $13,192
3rd place: $8,049
4th place: $6,484
5th place: $5,098
6th place: $4,248
7th place: $3,398
8th place: $2,594
9th place: $1,789
10th-12th place: $1,163
13th-15th place: $894
16th-18th place: $707

$200+$30 Deepest Stack NLH Re-Entry
$50,000 Guaranteed
Structure Sheet
Payouts
Level 24: Blinds 20,000/40,000/40,000 BB Ante
Total Entries: 461
Players Remaining: 23

Paulo Silva took the chip lead after dinner break and he is holding strong at the top. We are just five eliminations away from the final two tables and Silva is up to 2,700,000.

Silva was the runner up in Event 19 earning $17,500 just days ago and he is in pole position looking to take home the last BSPO trophy of the series.

$200+$30 Deepest Stack NLH Re-Entry
$50,000 Guaranteed
Structure Sheet
Payouts
Level 23: Blinds 15,000/30,000/30,000 BB Ante
Total Entries: 461
Players Remaining: 32

The under the gun player moved all in for 80,000 and it folded to Nan Min in the big blind who snap called.

Nan Min:
Opponent:

Open

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The dealer fanned the flop and the under the gun player paired his jack in the window to take the lead. The turn was the and Min picked up the nut flush draw.

The completed the board and Min improved to the nut flush to score the knockout.

Nan Min- 400,000

One of the largest poker rooms in the United States is set to reopen this Wednesday after being closed since mid-March due to the pandemic. Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, New Jersey will open its doors at 10 a.m. local time, albeit with some changes.

The room, which previously housed 77 tables, will open with just 30 spaced-out tables, each with polycarbonate divides between each seat. Only seven-handed cash games will be offered as there are no plans for tournaments right now. However, players can expect some lucrative promotions including a Bad Beat Jackpot starting at $100,000.

Here are some other changes and procedures:

  • Masks are required in the poker room (and other public areas in the casino)
  • Beverage service is available
  • Food will not be permitted in the poker room
  • Hand sanitizing stations will be available throughout the room
  • Spectators will not be allowed in the poker room

“We are happy to welcome back our loyal players as we reopen Atlantic City’s market-leading East Coast poker destination,” said Melonie Johnson, president and chief operating officer of Borgata.

She continued: “We have made some changes to enhance our guests’ experience and are excited to reintroduce live poker and the Borgata Poker brand more safely.”

Borgata Summer Poker Open 2020 Results

While Borgata was the last casino to reopen in Atlantic City, it will be the first of the city’s poker rooms to welcome back players. It’s by far the busiest against the competition, which includes Harrah’s Atlantic City, Bally’s, Golden Nugget, and Tropicana. Over the past two years, the combined revenue from all five rooms has totaled approximately $28.5 million each year. In 2019, just shy of $18 million of that came from Borgata.

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Looking to Continue Strong Legacy

Borgata has a long history in the poker world. Not only do they host popular in-house tournament series like the Borgata Spring/Summer/Fall Poker Open (all of which were canceled this year), but they also enjoy a longstanding relationship with the World Poker Tour.

In fact, prior to the pandemic, the 2020 World Poker Tour Borgata Winter Poker Open $3,500 Main Event took place, which saw a 1,290-entry field whittled down to the final six players. The final table was slated to play out at the HyperX Esports Arena at the Luxor Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas on April 1, but the pandemic interrupted those plans.

Even now, that final table – as well as those for the 2020 WPT Gardens Poker Championship and WPT L.A. Poker Classic – are still on hiatus with an unknown return date. As such, players like Veerab Zakarian, James Anderson, Brian Altman, Bin Weng, Andrew Hanna, and Nathan Russler will need to wait to see who walks away with the title and $674,840 first-place prize.

Despite the pandemic, the WPT and Borgata continued their relationship last month by hosting the WPT Online Borgata Series powered by partypoker US Network. The 10-event series saw Tony “ToNiSiNzz” Sinishtaj top a 440-entry field to win the $1,060 Main Event for $77,349.

Sinishtaj, who was recently a guest on the PokerNews Podcast, previously won the WPT Seminole Rock Poker Showdown in Season XVI for $661,283.

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