Jim Collopy is no stranger to the limelight. With over $1,300,000 in lifetime earnings, Jim was one of the more experienced players at the table despite the fact he’s still just a college student. Jim will take home $15,787 for his win here in event 18 as well as his first poker trophy. “I’ve won […]
After an hour long heads up match, David Solomon hit the rail in second place. Solomon will earn $9,923 for his deep run in event 18.
We say goodbye to Steve Moss in 3rd place in event 18. After a grueling three way battle, Moss heads to the rail to collect his $7,442 prize.
It’s been over an hour since we said goodbye to Greg Joslyn in 4th place and we are still three handed here in event 18. The guys are sharing a bunch of laughs as they each try to claw their way to the top of that $15,787 top prize.
Greg Joslyn takes home 4th place and $5,525 in event 18.
We are down to 4 players in Event 18. Seat 1. Jim Collopy 820,000 Seat 2. Steve Moss 523,000 Seat 3. Greg Joslyn 190,000 Seat 4. David Solomon 275,000 Payouts: 1. $15,787 2. $9,923 3. $7,442 4. $5,525
Karl Tretter finishes 6th in Event 18 for $2,481 and is followed out the door by Roland Israelashvili who finishes 5th for $3,947.
This is the biggest cash of Marshall White’s career as well as his first poker title. White played solid throughout event 15 which happened to be a very stacked final table. White will take home $79,134 for his 1st place finish here in event 15.
Cruise control is the perfect way to describe Givens at the event 17 final table. Givens came into the final table just shy of the chip lead and never looked back. This Borgata title only adds to the incredible year Givens is already having, making this his 3rd largest cash of the year. He finished […]