With a 17th place finish in Event 1 and an 18th place finish in Event 3 Champlin was making plenty of deep runs. He chipped up early on in Event 16 and would make it into the money for the fifth time this series.
This time Champlin made his first BPO final table and he made it count. He came into the final table as the chip leader and although there were a few bumps in the road Champlin kept his composure throughout and came out on top.
Champlin will take home $11,244 and his first Borgata Poker Open title brining his live career poker earnings just shy of $500,000.