Blake Bohn Leads the Remaining 150 Players

Sep 17, 2014

Blake Bohn Day 2 of the Borgata Poker Open began with 606 hopefuls remaining from a field of 1,226 entries. After another eight levels of play, only 150 players remain.

On top of the chip counts is Blake Bohn with 807,500, followed by Ray Qartomy (623,000), Justin Zaki (618,000), Darren Elias (594,000) and Season XII WPT Player of the Year Mukul Pahuja (562,000).

Defending WPT Borgata Poker Open champion Anthony Zinno is still in the hunt with an above-average stack of 287,500. Zinno is battling to become the first player in WPT history to successfully defend a WPT title, winning the same event in back-to-back years.

Other notables to make it through the day include Aditya Agrawal (469,000), Season X Borgata Poker Open champion Bobby Oboodi (458,500), Ryan Riess (388,000), Byron Kaverman (342,000), Jamie Kerstetter (279,000) Eddy Sabat (256,600), Malik Rose (217,000), WPT commentator Mike Sexton (78,000) and Matt Glantz (56,000).

Other players were less fortunate. The long list of Day 2 eliminations includes Kara Scott, Matt Stout, Loni Harwood, Shaun Deeb, Lily Kiletto, and Champions Club members Carlos Mortensen, Jared Jaffee, Matt Salsberg, Keven Stammen, and Will Failla.

Play will resume at 12:00 noon ET Wednesday where only 120 players will make the money. The plan is to play down to the final 27 players, so be sure to return to WPT.com for continuing coverage of all the action as the stakes get higher and higher.

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