WPT BORGATA WINTER POKER OPEN (TV)

January 25-30 | Borgata | Atlantic City, New Jersey
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Photo Recap, Day 4: Shawn Cunix Was Unstoppable

03:44 AM, 01/30/15

Shawn Cunix Goes Wire to Wire on Day 4 of the Winter Open

12:34 AM, 01/30/15

Hand #114: Casey Yontz Out in 7th Place ($112,386)

12:21 AM, 01/30/15

Hand #106: Philippe Belley Out in 8th Place ($85,476)

12:05 AM, 01/30/15

Official Chip Counts: Final Eight Players

11:45 PM, 01/29/15

Hands #86-87: Eugene Todd Doubles Thru Aaron Mermelstein

11:22 PM, 01/29/15

Hand #68: Randy Pfeifer Doubles Thru Phillippe Belley

10:51 PM, 01/29/15

Hand #57: Michael Wang Out in 9th Place ($58,567)

10:29 PM, 01/29/15

Official Chip Counts: Final Nine Players

10:12 PM, 01/29/15

Hand #46: Sheriff Cunix Has 8.56 Million in Chips

10:04 PM, 01/29/15

Hands #37-39: Esther Taylor-Brady Over 4 Million

09:34 PM, 01/29/15

Hands #34-36: Randy Pfeifer Doubles Thru Philippe Belley

09:32 PM, 01/29/15

Hands #32-33: Barry Leventhal Out in 10th Place ($37,989)

09:25 PM, 01/29/15

Hand #28: Aaron Mermelstein Wins 2.3M Pot vs. Leventhal

09:11 PM, 01/29/15

Hand #22: Philippe Belley Wins 3.3M Pot vs. Shawn Cunix

08:46 PM, 01/29/15

Check Out the Live Updates For WPTDeepstacks

07:22 PM, 01/29/15

Dinner Break Until 8:15 pm; Official Chip Counts

07:13 PM, 01/29/15

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06:34 PM, 01/29/15

Updated Chip Counts: Final 10 Players

06:34 PM, 01/29/15

Kevin Calenzo Out in 11th Place ($37,989)

06:32 PM, 01/29/15

Updated Chip Counts: Final 12 Players

05:36 PM, 01/29/15

Skrill Last-Longer Update: Final Three Players

03:42 PM, 01/29/15

Updated Chip Counts: Final 17 Players

03:37 PM, 01/29/15

Aaron Massey Out in 18th Place ($18,045)

02:52 PM, 01/29/15

Official Seating & Chip Counts: Final 18 Players

02:51 PM, 01/29/15

Official Chip Counts: Final 21 Players

01:56 PM, 01/29/15

James Calderaro Out in 22nd Place ($14,879)

01:29 PM, 01/29/15

Esther Taylor-Brady Doubles Thru Matthew Alexander

12:23 PM, 01/29/15

Final 27 Players: Official Seating & Chip Counts

10:09 AM, 01/29/15

Day 3 Ends with Prospect of Calderaro-Cunix Rematch

01:45 AM, 01/29/15

Final 34 Players: Updated Chip Counts

11:55 PM, 01/28/15

Andy Frankenberger Out in 40th Place ($11,713)

10:21 PM, 01/28/15

Skrill Last-Longer Update: Four Players Remain

09:04 PM, 01/28/15

Next Month: WPT Fallsview Poker Classic

05:51 PM, 01/28/15

Maruti Yarlapati Bursts the Bubble in 91st Place

03:13 PM, 01/28/15

Andy Hwang Eliminated by Tim Bishop in 92nd Place

03:05 PM, 01/28/15

ClubWPT is Giving Away 3 VIP Packages in February

02:31 PM, 01/28/15

Jared Jaffee Impresses His Table

02:13 PM, 01/28/15

Last Night's VIP Dinner for partypoker Qualifiers

12:51 PM, 01/28/15

The Skrill Last-Longer Bonus Prize: 17 Players Left

12:47 PM, 01/28/15

Start of Day 3 Chip Counts

10:50 AM, 01/28/15

Justin Lunin-Pack and Tim Bishop Finish Day 2 on Top

12:51 AM, 01/28/15

Tim Bishop Doubles Thru Matt Itkin

12:17 AM, 01/28/15

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12:12 AM, 01/28/15

Shawn Cunix Makes a Billy Goat Puke

10:26 PM, 01/27/15

Next Month: WPT Fallsview Poker Classic

09:48 PM, 01/27/15

Snow Day for the Royal Flush Girls

09:02 PM, 01/27/15

Coming Up Next: WPT Lucky Hearts Poker Open

06:55 PM, 01/27/15

Video Update: Day 2 of the WPT Borgata Winter Poker Open

05:54 PM, 01/27/15

The Skrill Last-Longer Bonus Prize

05:37 PM, 01/27/15

DraftKings Qualifiers Chip Update

03:40 PM, 01/27/15

Official Prizepool Released; First Prize is $712,305

03:31 PM, 01/27/15

Interview with ClubWPT Qualifier Edward Auh

03:26 PM, 01/27/15

Last-Minute, Single-Hand, Single-Table Satellite

01:55 PM, 01/27/15

partypoker Qualifiers on Day 2

01:13 PM, 01/27/15

Winter Arrives at the WPT Borgata Winter Poker Open

12:57 PM, 01/27/15

Not Tony Dunst's Turn

12:49 PM, 01/27/15

Interview with partypoker Qualifier Joey "Mush" Galazzo

12:35 PM, 01/27/15

Nine DraftKings Qualifiers in the Field

12:32 PM, 01/27/15

Day 2 Chip Counts

10:29 AM, 01/27/15

Day 1B Reaches the Guarantee Despite the Storm

11:43 PM, 01/26/15

Interview With partypoker Qualifier Dan Leddy

11:23 PM, 01/26/15

New Jersey Shutting Down All Roads at 11:00 pm

10:17 PM, 01/26/15

Eight partypoker Qualifiers in the Field

10:09 PM, 01/26/15

Interview with partypoker Qualifier Thomas Reitveld

09:34 PM, 01/26/15

Interview with partypoker Qualifier Ernie Zambri

07:00 PM, 01/26/15

DraftKings Wants to Send You to the L.A. Poker Classic

06:51 PM, 01/26/15

ClubWPT.com Qualifier Edward Auh

06:46 PM, 01/26/15

Save 25% on Monster Headphones with "WPT25"

05:40 PM, 01/26/15

Interview with Actor James Woods

05:01 PM, 01/26/15

Charity Winner Roger Lehman Won His Way Here

04:52 PM, 01/26/15

The Name Game

03:59 PM, 01/26/15

The Skrill Last-Longer Bonus Prize

03:10 PM, 01/26/15

Interview with partypoker Qualifier Jimmy Ross

01:24 PM, 01/26/15

ClubWPT.com Offering Two Seats to WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown

12:40 PM, 01/26/15

End of Day 1A Chip Counts

09:55 AM, 01/26/15

Day 1A Ends with Past Champ Andy Hwang Leading

11:31 PM, 01/25/15

jude4 wins a FIAT 500 Abarth Automatic on ClubWPT

11:14 PM, 01/25/15

Melissa Castello Intros the WPT Borgata Winter Poker Open

10:59 PM, 01/25/15

Next Month: WPT Fallsview Poker Classic

09:46 PM, 01/25/15

Unofficially 360 Entries on Day 1A

09:00 PM, 01/25/15

Save 25% on Monster Headphones with "WPT25"

07:14 PM, 01/25/15

They Came. They Played. They Were Conquered!

06:42 PM, 01/25/15

Coming Up Next: WPT Lucky Hearts Poker Open

05:41 PM, 01/25/15

Royal Flush Girls Bounty Tourney at 6 pm on ClubWPT

04:00 PM, 01/25/15

DraftKings Wants to Send You to the WPT L.A. Poker Classic

01:49 PM, 01/25/15

How Early Is Too Early? You Be the Judge

01:37 PM, 01/25/15

Photo: Shuffle Up and Deal

12:17 PM, 01/25/15

The Skrill Last-Longer Bonus Prize: $3,500

11:37 AM, 01/25/15

Darren Elias Eliminated, Ready to Re-Enter

11:28 AM, 01/25/15

Live Tournament Updates

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Photo Recap, Day 4: Shawn Cunix Was Unstoppable

Level 30: 50,000-100,000, 10,000 ante

Shawn Cunix
There was no point on Day 4 of the WPT Borgata Winter Poker Open when Shawn Cunix wasn’t the chipleader. He came into the day with about 4.2 million, built his stack up to nearly 10 million, and finished the day with 8.88 million.

Before looking back at the highlights from Day 4, here’s a look at the official seating and chip counts for Friday’s televised WPT Final Table, scheduled to start at 3:00 pm ET:

Seat 1.  Esther Taylor-Brady  -  4,020,000  (40 bb)
Seat 2.  Aaron Mermelstein  -  7,160,000  (72 bb)
Seat 3.  Randy Pfeifer  -  1,985,000  (20 bb)
Seat 4.  Shawn Cunix  -  8,880,000  (89 bb)
Seat 5.  Eugene Todd  -  5,150,000  (52 bb)
Seat 6.  Justin Liberto  -  2,500,000  (25 bb)

And the prizepool they’re playing for:

1st:   $712,305 (includes a $15,400 seat into the WPT World Championship)
2nd:  $419,467
3rd:  $253,263
4th:  $212,108
5th:  $174,118
6th:  $140,878


Tournament Area
While the WPT Arena is being set up in the Borgata Ballroom, the final 27 players meet in the back of the Borgata Poker Room to battle it out for the six seats at Friday’s televised WPT Final Table.


Loni Harwood
Loni Harwood (Season XII Ones to Watch) wasn’t able to build any momentum on Day 4, and she was one of the many victims of Shawn Cunix, losing a preflop race with AheartQdiamond against Cunix’s 8heart8club. Harwood finished 25th, earning $14,879.


James Calderaro
James Calderaro entered the day fourth in chips, but the cards weren’t kind to him, giving him second-best hands. Calderaro was down to fewer than 20 big blinds when he shoved with Aspade10diamond, but he ran into Eugene Todd’s JdiamondJclub. Todd flopped a set, and that was the end of Calderaro’s run for a second WPT title in 22nd place ($14,879).


Aaron Massey
Aaron Massey (Season XII Ones to Watch) made it to the final two tables, but couldn’t advance any further when his AdiamondQspade lost a preflop race to the 9diamond9club of Barry Leventhal. Massey earned $18,045 for his 18th-place finish.


One Table
With the elimination of Kevin Calenzo (not pictured) in 11th place, the final 10 players redrew for random seats at the final table. These were the chip counts at that point:

Seat 1.  Esther Taylor-Brady  -  1,950,000  (39 bb)
Seat 2.  Aaron Mermelstein  -  3,065,000  (61 bb)
Seat 3.  Randy Pfeifer  -  2,060,000  (41 bb)
Seat 4.  Shawn Cunix  -  7,530,000  (150 bb)
Seat 5.  Casey Yontz  -  1,600,000  (32 bb)
Seat 6.  Philippe Belley  -  2,570,000  (51 bb)
Seat 7.  Michael Wang  -  1,510,000  (30 bb)
Seat 8.  Barry Leventhal  -  3,080,000  (61 bb)
Seat 9.  Eugene Todd  -  2,320,000  (46 bb)
Seat 10.  Justin Liberto  -  3,370,000  (67 bb)


Chips & Skrill
WPT sponsor Skrill, a digital wallet payment processor, hosted a free last-longer contest for the players in this event who registered and wore a Skrill patch throughout the tournament. There were 119 players who registered, and the last one in the tournament would win the value of their buy-in back — $3,500.

With 10 players left, there were still two contenders — Aaron Mermelstein and Barry Leventhal.


Barry Leventhal
Barry Leventhal (pictured) lost a big pot to fellow Skrill contender Aaron Mermelstein (not pictured), and then they tangled once more on a board of Aspade8club7spade8diamond5heart. Mermelstein shoved the river, and Leventhal tanked for a while before he called.

Mermelstein showed Qspade8spade for trip eights, and Leventhal mucked his cards as he was eliminated in 10th place, earning $37,989. That left Mermelstein as the final Skrill contender, effectively clinching the $3,500 bonus prize.


Shawn Cunix
As mentioned before, Shawn Cunix never left the top of the leaderboard on Day 4, and when Casey Yontz was eliminated in seventh place on the TV bubble, Cunix had nearly nine million in chips to take to Friday’s televised WPT Final Table.

Shawn Cunix  -  8,880,000  (89 bb)


Aaron Mermelstein
In addition to winning the Skrill Last-Longer Contest, Aaron Mermelstein is second in chips heading to his first WPT Final Table.

Aaron Mermelstein  -  7,160,000  (72 bb)


Eugene Todd
Eugene Todd heads to his third WPT Final Table ranked third in chips with about 5.1 million. Todd, who may be better known by his nickname “EugeneToddBro,” finished fifth at his previous two WPT Final Tables.

Eugene Todd  -  5,150,000  (52 bb)


Esther Taylor-Brady_WPT Borgata Winter Poker Open_S13_Day 4_Giron_8JG1694
Esther Taylor-Brady is one of the more popular East Coast players, though this is her first cash on the World Poker Tour. Her husband Matt Brady has seven WPT cashes, but she’s already improved on his best finish (seventh place in the 2012 WPT Borgata Poker Open).

Taylor-Brady is fourth in chips with about 4 million, but it wasn’t an easy road today as she went up and down the leaderboard. Her low point was below 10 big blinds, but she fought her way back and now she has plenty to work with as she hopes to become the first woman to win an open WPT title.

Esther Taylor-Brady  -  4,020,000  (40 bb)


Justin Liberto_WPT Borgata Winter Poker Open_S13_Day 4_Giron_8JG1677
Justin Liberto started the day fifth in chips, and he finished the day fifth in chips. With six players left, he’s hoping to finish higher than fifth at tomorrow’s televised WPT Final Table.

Justin Liberto  -  2,500,000  (25 bb)


Randy Pfeifer
Randy Pfeifer actually finished Day 4 with fewer chips (1,985,000) than he started the day with (2,493,000). He went from second in chips to last in chips — but at least he still has chips. There are 21 players who busted on Day 4 who would happily swap stacks with him.

Randy Pfeifer  -  1,985,000  (20 bb)

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The televised WPT Final Table is scheduled to start at 3:00 pm ET, and the WPT Live Stream will be available with hole cards on a 30-minute delay. Expert commentary will be provided by WPT Raw Deal Analyst Tony Dunst and Team PartyPoker Pros Jamie Kerstetter and Scott Baumstein.

As always, there will be complete hand-for-hand coverage right here in the WPT Live Updates, along with photos and updated chip counts after every hand.


All photos by Joe Giron.


Sorted In: Featured Blog, Shawn Cunix, Aaron Mermelstein, Randy Pfeifer, Eugene Todd, Justin Liberto, Loni Harwood, James Calderaro, Aaron Massey, Barry Leventhal, Borgata, Borgata Poker Open, Season XIII
03:44 AM, 01/30/15

Shawn Cunix Goes Wire to Wire on Day 4 of the Winter Open

Level 30: 50,000-100,000, 10,000 ante

Shawn Cunix_WPT Borgata Winter Poker Open_S13_Day 4_Giron_8JG1663
Shawn Cunix's remarkable Borgata Winter Poker Open performance continued on Day 4 as he went wire to wire as chip leader while the field played down from 27 to the televised final table of six.

Cunix began the day with almost twice as much as his next closest competitor and he ended the day out front as well, but the dream of a potential rematch between he and fellow Champions Club member James Calderaro was snuffed out early in the day, as Calderaro had a rough first level and exited in 22nd place.

A number of players fell during the opening level of action, including Loni Harwood, condensing the field to two tables. Harwood's friend and former WPT Ones to Watch castmate Aaron Massey exited in 18th with Aaron Steury right behind him in 17th.

East Coast grinder Kevin Calenzo rode his short stack for quite a while, but exited in 11th place, bringing the final ten players to a single table. While Cunix continued to thrive, this was the point in the tournament where local player Aaron Mermelstein really began to pick up steam, chipping up to within 1.5 million chips of Cunix. In addition to picking up chips, Mermelstein also picked up his buy-in back courtesy of Skrill after Barry Leventhal busted in tenth place to give Mermelstein the Skrill last longer victory.

While eyes will be on Cunix as he seeks his second WPT title, no one should count out Eugene Todd, who will be making his third WPT final table appearance and his second here at Borgata.

There will also be several locals rooting for Borgata regular Esther Taylor-Brady, better known as E-Tay, to make WPT history as the first woman to win a WPT open event.

Cards get in the air at 3pm ET on Friday and this event will be live streamed on a 30-minute delay along with real time hand-for-hand updates of every hand of action right here on WPT.com.

Here are the chip counts and seat assignments for tomorrow's final table:

Seat 1: Esther Taylor-Brady - 4,020,000 (40 bb)
Seat 2: Aaron Mermelstein - 7,160,000 (72 bb)
Seat 3: Randy Pfeifer - 1,985,000 (20 bb)
Seat 4: Shawn Cunix - 8,880,000 (89 bb)
Seat 5: Eugene Todd - 5,150,000 (52 bb)
Seat 6: Justin Liberto - 2,500,000 (25 bb) 

Sorted In: Borgata, Borgata Poker Open, Season XIII, Featured Blog
12:34 AM, 01/30/15

Hand #114: Casey Yontz Out in 7th Place ($112,386)

Level 30: 50,000-100,000, 10,000 ante

Casey Yontz
Hand #114 - Casey Yontz (pictured) moves all in from the cutoff for about 1,650,000, and Eugene Todd moves all in over the top from the button. The blinds fold.

Yontz turns over Aheart8heart, and he needs to improve to stay alive against Todd's AspadeQspade.

The board comes 9club7diamond6club3heart2diamond -- Yontz flops an open-ended straight draw, but improves no further. Todd wins the pot with his queen kicker to eliminate Yontz from the tournament on the TV bubble.

Eugene Todd  -  5,150,000  (51 bb)
Casey Yontz  -  Eliminated in 7th Place  ($112,386)

Sorted In: Featured Blog, Casey Yontz, Eugene Todd, Borgata, Borgata Poker Open, Season XIII
12:21 AM, 01/30/15

Hands #111-113: Final Seven Players

Level 30: 50,000-100,000, 10,000 ante

Hand #111  -  Randy Pfeifer moves all in from the button for about 1,570,000, winning the blinds and antes.

Hand #112  -  Randy Pfeifer raises from the cutoff to 225,000, winning the blinds and antes. Pfeifer shows 3spade3club as he collects the chips.

Hand #113  -  Esther Taylor-Brady raises under the gun to 205,000, Aaron Mermelstein reraises UTG+1 to 450,000, and Taylor-Brady calls. Both players check to the turn on a board of Aclub9spade8spade3spade, Taylor-Brady checks, Mermelstein bets 330,000, and Taylor-Brady folds. Mermelstein takes the pot.

Sorted In: Borgata, Borgata Poker Open, Season XIII
12:18 AM, 01/30/15

Hands #107-110: Final Seven Players

Level 30: 50,000-100,000, 10,000 ante

Hand #107  -  Eugene Todd raises from the button to 210,000, Esther Taylor-Brady reraises from the big blind to 610,000, and Todd folds. Taylor-Brady takes the pot.

Hand #108  -  Shawn Cunix raises from middle position to 225,000, and Aaron Mermelstein calls from the big blind. Both players check all the way down on a board of AheartQheart2spade9diamond3heart. Mermelstein shows 6spade6diamond, but Cunix turns over 8heart8diamond to win the pot.

Hand #109  -  Aaron Mermelstein raises from the small blind to 240,000, and Randy Pfeifer calls from the big blind. Both players check all the way down on a board of Aclub7club4spade3diamondKclub. Mermelstein shows Kdiamond10diamond to wint he pot with a pair of kings, and Pfeifer mucks.

Hand #110  -  Randy Pfeifer raises from the small blind to 250,000, and Shawn Cunix calls from the big blind. The flop comes Jdiamond6spade4spade, Pfeifer bets 325,000, Cunix moves all in, and Pfeifer folds. Cunix takes the pot.

Shawn Cunix  -  8,950,000  (89 bb)
Randy Pfeifer  -  1,580,000  (15 bb)

Sorted In: Borgata, Borgata Poker Open, Season XIII
12:13 AM, 01/30/15

Hand #106: Philippe Belley Out in 8th Place ($85,476)

Level 30: 50,000-100,000, 10,000 ante

Philippe Belley
Hand #106  -  Shawn Cunix raises from the hijack to 225,000, and Philippe Belley (pictured) moves all in from the button for 1,210,000. Eugene Todd asks for an exact count from the small blind before he moves all in over the top. Cunix folds.

Belley turns over Aclub10diamond, but he needs to improve to stay alive against Todd's AdiamondKspade.

The board comes Jdiamond4club2clubJclub8diamond, and Todd wins the pot with his king kicker to eliminate Belley from the tournament.

Eugene Todd  -  3,540,000 (35 bb)
Philippe Belley  -  Eliminated in 8th Place  ($85,476)

Sorted In: Featured Blog, Eugene Todd, Philippe Belley, Borgata, Borgata Poker Open, Season XIII
12:05 AM, 01/30/15

Hands #103-105: Final Eight Players

Level 30: 50,000-100,000, 10,000 ante

Hand #103  -  Aaron Mermelstein min-raises from the cutoff to 200,000, winning the blinds and antes.

Hand #104  -  Randy Pfeifer min-raises from the cutoff to 200,000, winning the blinds and antes.

Hand #105  -  Justin Liberto min-raises under the gun to 200,000, Aaron Mermelstein reraises from middle position to 450,000, and Liberto folds. Mermelstein takes the pot.

Sorted In: Borgata, Borgata Poker Open, Season XIII
11:59 PM, 01/29/15

Level 30 Begins (Eight Players Left)

Level 30: 50,000-100,000, 10,000 ante

The players return from break to begin Level 30, with increased blinds of 50,000-100,000 and a 10,000 ante.

With eight players remaining, the average chip stack is about 3.7 million (37 big blinds). These players are all guaranteed at least $85,476, and the next pay jump is for 7th place, which is worth $112,386.

Action will continue tonight until there are six players remaining for tomorrow afternoon's televised WPT Final Table.

Sorted In: Borgata, Borgata Poker Open, Season XIII
11:49 PM, 01/29/15

Official Chip Counts: Final Eight Players

Level 30: 50,000-100,000, 10,000 ante

Here are the official chip counts from the break:

Seat 1.  Esther Taylor-Brady  -  4,410,000  (44 b)
Seat 2.  Aaron Mermelstein  -  5,865,000  (58 bb)
Seat 3.  Randy Pfeifer  -  2,250,000  (22 bb)
Seat 4.  Shawn Cunix  -  8,335,000  (83 bb)
Seat 5.  Casey Yontz  -  2,125,000  (21 bb)
Seat 6.  Philippe Belley  -  1,400,000  (14 bb)
Seat 7.
Seat 8.
Seat 9.  Eugene Todd  -  2,190,000  (21 bb)
Seat 10.  Justin Liberto  -  3,120,000  (31 bb)

Sorted In: Featured Blog, Borgata, Borgata Poker Open, Season XIII
11:45 PM, 01/29/15

Hands #96-102: Final Eight Players

Level 29: 40,000-80,000, 10,000 ante

Hand #96  -  Esther Taylor-Brady raises from middle position to 175,000, winning the blinds and antes.

Hand #97  -  Casey Yontz raises from the button to 175,000, and Eugene Todd calls from the big blind. The flop comes AdiamondKclub10spade, Todd checks, Yontz bets, and Todd calls. The turn is the 4club, and both players check.

The river is the Qdiamond, Todd checks, Yontz bets 250,000, and Todd calls. Yontz shows 9heart8heart for nine high, and Todd turns over Aspade7diamond to win the pot with a pair of aces.

Hand #98  -  Casey Yontz raises from the cutoff to 180,000, Justin Liberto reraises from the big blind to 500,000, and Yontz folds. Liberto takes the pot.

Hand #99  -  Randy Pfeifer raises from middle position to 190,000, winning the blinds and antes.

Hand #100  -  Eugene Todd raises from the cutoff to 180,000, and Aaron Mermelstein calls from the big blind. Both players check to the river on a board of 6diamond4club3spade5spade7club, Mermelstein bets 260,000, and Todd calls withAclubJdiamond -- he's playing the seven-high straight on the board. Mermelstein turns over AspadeQheart for the same hand, and it's a chopped pot. (The second chopped pot this level between these two players.)

Mermelstein says, "Should've won this hand preflop."

Hand #101  -  Esther Taylor-Brady raises from the button to 180,000, and Randy Pfeifer calls from the small blind. The flop comes 10club9spade4spade, Pfeifer checks, Taylor-Brady bets 180,000, and Pfeifer folds. Taylor-Brady takes the pot.

Hand #102  -  Aaron Mermelstein min-raises from the button to 160,000, winning the blinds and antes.

Sorted In: Borgata, Borgata Poker Open, Season XIII
11:40 PM, 01/29/15

 

CHIPCOUNT

NameChips
1
Shawn Cunix 8,880,000 
2
Aaron Mermelstein 7,160,000 
3
Eugene Todd 5,150,000 
4
Esther Taylor-Brady 4,020,000 
5
Justin Liberto 2,500,000 
6
Randy Pfeifer 1,985,000 

Average Chip Count: 4,945,000
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Summary

Current Level:

Countdown to WPT Final Table

Players Remaining:

6 of 989

Time Remaining:

Payout Structure

Place Prize
1 $712,305
2 $419,467
3 $253,263
4 $212,108
5 $174,118
6 $140,878
7 $112,386
8 $85,476
9 $58,567
10 - 12 $37,989
13 - 15 $28,492
16 - 18 $18,045
19 - 27 $14,879
28 - 36 $12,980
37 - 45 $11,713
46 - 54 $10,447
55 - 63 $9,497
64 - 72 $8,548
73 - 81 $7,598
82 - 90 $6,965

Blind Structure

Level Blinds Ante
1 50-100 0
2 75-150 0
3 75-150 25
4 100-200 25
5 150-300 50
6 200-400 50
7 250-500 75
8 300-600 75
9 400-800 100
10 500-1,000 100
11 600-1,200 200
12 800-1,600 200
13 1,000-2,000 300
14 1,200-2,400 400
15 1,500-3,000 500
16 2,000-4,000 500
17 2,500-5,000 500
18 3,000-6,000 1,000
19 4,000-8,000 1,000
20 5,000-10,000 1,000
21 6,000-12,000 2,000
22 8,000-16,000 2,000
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