When the final three Event 10 players returned from break they began to discuss an adjusted payout deal. The stacks were counted down and it didn’t take long for them to come to an agreement.
Eric Rowen who held the chip lead will take first place for $40,387 and the trophy. This is Rowen’s largest career score and his first Borgata Poker Open title.
Jeff Cole earns $33,500 for his second place finish and Mikhail Mironenko will take home $28,722 for his third place finish.
Below is a look at the chip stacks at the time of the adjusted payout agreement and the full Event 10 final table results.
1. Eric Rowen- 20,000,000 ($40,387)
2. Jeff Cole- 9,800,000 ($33,500)
3. Mikhail Mironenko- ($28,722)
4. Kym Lim ($15,715)
5. Soukha Kachittavong ($12,900)
6. Zuri Kornfald ($10,437)
7. Noel Alicea ($8,326)
8. Carlos Figueora-Fernandez ($6,333)
9. Pavlo Kudelya ($4,339)
10. Eric Siegel ($2,815)