$1,000+$90 Six-Max NLH Re-Entry
The back-and-forth continued after the break with the stakes higher and a lot more action. More three-bets and a few uncalled all ins. The last hand of the tournament saw Anna Antimony open to 125,000 from the button and TJ Shulman moved all in. After getting a rough count of 1.2 million, Antimony called to put Shulman at risk.
“Ohh, nice hand,” Shulman told Antimony.
Shulman did not hit his four on the but added a gutshot draw. The turn changed nothing and Antimony locked up her BPO trophy on the river. Antimony picked up $58,865 for her efforts along with her second Borgata title in the last two months.
1st: Anna Antimony – $58,865
2nd: TJ Shulman – $34,985