$540+$60 Deep Stack NLH
$2 Million Guaranteed
Level 37: Blinds 250,000/500,000/50,000 ante
Total Entries: 3,570
Marshall White began Day 3 fifth in chips out of 29 returning players. He was quiet in the early hours of play, but when they reached the final table, he kicked it into high gear.
Ryan Currier was playing fast and loose and had built a big stack, but despite felting a coupe of players at the final table, he also ran into the buzzsaw of Marshall White, combining two big stacks into a monster that proved unbeatable.
Marshall is a professional poker player, but hasn’t been seen much at Borgata in recent years. Back in 2014, he won the $1,000 SixMax during the Borgata Poker Open, along with $79,000. In recent years he’s been grinding on the WSOP Circuit and has picked up three rings along the way.
Before today, his best live cash was an 8th place finish in the 2016 WSOP Monster Stack for more than $129,000. Today’s win earned him $330,841, more than twice that, and pushed his career earnings well beyond $1 million.
He had planned to return home to Boone, NC, and come back to Borgata for the WPT Championship, but now may change his plans and stick around. He also had the most supportive rail at the final table, and they joined in to celebrate his victory.