Borgata Fall Poker Open Thread
  1. The Borgata Fall Poker Open is currently underway in Atlantic City, running through November 23. The $2,700 Fall Poker Open Championship has a $1,000,000 guaranteed prize pool with opening flights November 18 and 19. Other featured events include:

    Nov. 12: $400 Saturday Series Deepstack ($100,000 Guaranteed)
    Nov. 14-15 $300 Deepest Stack NL Hold'em ($100,000 Guaranteed)
    Nov. 15-18: $450 Almighty Stack ($300,000 Guaranteed)
    Nov. 17-18: $1,090 Six-Max NL Hold'em ($100,000 Guaranteed)

    A link to the full schedule is at

    A list of secondary events and satellites for the Borgata Fall Poker Open can be found at

    Updates for all events in the series is located at

    Online satellites for the Borgata Fall Poker Open are running now through Nov. 16 on partypoker NJ/

    $5 satellites into a $45 BFPO satellite run at 2:30pm, 5:30pm, 8:30pm, 10:30pm Nov. 10-16 (One $45 entry is guaranteed, need at least 5 players to run)

    $45 satellites into Event 11: $400 Borgata Almighty Stack run at 7:30pm Nov. 10 and 11 (One seat guaranteed, need at least 5 players to run)

    $45 satellites into a $400 BFPO Championship satellite run at 8:15pm Nov. 11-13 (One seat guaranteed, need at least 5 players to run)

    $400 satellites into the $2,700 BFPO Championship run at 7:45pm Nov. 11-16 (One seat plus $300 online cash for each $3,000 in prize pool, 1 seat guaranteed, need at least 5 players to run).
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  2. Event 2, the $300 Junkies Poker Open, has the first winner of the series as Zhaoxing Wang earns $16,000 and the title, but Edwin Leong earned more ($18,949) after a heads-up deal was made. Full results at
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  3. Event 1, the $560 NL Deepstack Kick-Off, easily beat the $500,000 guarantee with a field of over 1,600 entries. Adam Goldberg and Anna Antimony made a deal with both players earning over $125,000 each, a career-best for both players with Goldberg earning the win and the trophy. Full results at

    Event 3, the $450 NLH Super Stack Elevator, was won by Phillip Doucet, earning just under $25,000. Full results at

    Event 5, $450 PLO, drew a field of 54 entries with Nicholas Kourtelidis coming out on top, winning $7,332. Results at
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  4. Event 4, a $500 NL Deepstack Black Chip Bounty, drew a field of 392 entries as Jose Garcia takes home over $25,000 and the trophy after a heads-up deal with John DiMeglio.

    Event 6, the $400 NL Saturday Series ($100,000 Guaranteed) ended in a four-way chop as George Laimos gets the winner's picture with the trophy and over $21,000.

    Event 7, the $560 NL Survivor drew a field of 134 entries with 12 players collecting $5,000 and Gary Kozlowski 'bubbling" for $4,990 in 13th place.

    Event 8: $340 Seniors NL, saw an 8-way chop with Keith Hart declared the winner.

    Event 9: $230 NL Deeper Stack saw a camera-shy anonymous player take the win as the final three players chopped for just under $7,000.

    Event 10: $300 NL Deepest Stack, saw Massachusetts' Jeremy Meacham as the winner, earning over $32,000.

    Day 2 of the $450 NL Almighty Stack is underway with a $1,090 NL Six-Max starts Thursday afternoon. The $2,700 FPO Championship has flights Friday and Saturday with a $1m GTD prize pool running through Tuesday.
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