Pavlo Kudelya moved all in for his last 445,000 from late position. It folded to Jeff Cole in the big blind who called turning over and Kudelya’s was dominated.
The board ran out and Kudleya was eliminated in 9th place taking home $4,339.
Jeff Cole- 4,100,000
Eric Siegel raised to 450,000 from early position and Zuri Kornfald called from the button. They went heads up to the flop and Siegel continued with a bet of 750,000.
Kornfald moved all in for 2,030,000 and Siegel quickly called. Kornfald tabled for a flopped full house and Siegel saw the bad news as he showed .
The turn and river were no help to Siegel and Kornfald doubled up. Siegel was left with just 550,000 and moved all in the very next hand.
Kornfald called holding and Siegel showed . The board ran out and Kornfald paired his ace to eliminate Siegel in 10th place for $2,815.
Zuri Kornfald- 6,200,000
With the elimination of Nick Schuman in 11th place the Event 10 final table is now set. Kym Lim is back out in front with 6,000,000 and Eric Rowen is right on her heels with 5,800,000.
The players will battle it out for the $52,768 and the Borgata Poker Open trophy and we will be crowning our newest BPO champion here tonight.
Below is a look at the updated chip counts and final table seating assignments as well as what’s at stake.
Seat 1. Pavlo Kudelya- 1,200,000
Seat 2. Eric Rowen- 5,800,000
Seat 3. Carlos Figueroa-Fernandez- 3,700,000
Seat 4. Soukha Kachittavong- 4,100,000
Seat 5. Zuri Kornfald- 1,300,000
Seat 6. Kym Lim- 6,000,000
Seat 7. Jeff Cole- 4,800,000
Seat 8. Noel Alicea- 4,200,000
Seat 9. Eric Siegel- 2,200,000
Seat 10. Mikhael Mironeko- 3,600,000
|10 – 12||$2,815|
Noel Alicea raised to 360,000 from the small blind and Nick Schuman moved all in for 940,000. Alicea called and the hands were shown.
The board ran out and Alicea paired his seven on the flop to score the knockout. Shcuman is our 11th place Event 10 finisher earning $2,815 and the final table is now set.
Noel Alicea- 3,100,000
A short stacked John Walsh got the last of his chips all in pre-flop holding against the of Eric Rowen. He failed to improve on the runout and was eliminated in 12th earning $2,815.
Eric Rowen- 5,200,000
The action folded to Kym Lim on the button and she raised to 250,000. Rob Cicchelli moved all in for about 1,300,000 from the small blind and the big blind folded.
Lim quickly called turning over and Cicchelli showed . The board ran out and Lim paired her ace in the window to score the knockout.
Cicchelli is our 13th place Event 10 finisher earning $2,111 and Lim is back in the lead with just over 6,000,000 and 12 players remaining.
The action folded to Roman Melikov in the small blind and he moved all in for 980,000. Jeff Cole snapped called from the big blind turning over and Melikov showed .
The runout sealed the deal for Cole and Melikov was eliminated in 14th place earning $2,111 for his efforts.
Jeff Cole- 4,300,000
Brett Sheehan got his stack of 640,000 all in pre-flop holding against the of Eric Rowen. Sheehan failed to improve on the runout and is our 15th place Event 10 finisher earning $2,111 for his efforts.
Eric Rowen- 3,900,000
Jay Kondrup raised to 325,000 from middle position and Jeff Cole moved all in for 1,715,000 from the small blind. It folded back to Kondrup who called for his last 1,550,000 and the hands were shown.
The board ran out and Cole’s big slick was enough to earn him the knockout. Kondrup is our 16th place Event 10 finisher and will take home $1,337 for his efforts.
Jeff Cole- 3,465,000
Tony Reed got his stack of about 950,000 all in pre-flop holding against the of Soukha Kachittavong.
The board ran out and both players improved to a flush but Soukha’s queen high flush was best. Reed is our 17th place Event 10 finisher and will take home $1,337 for his efforts.
Soukha Kachittavong- 3,800,000
Jason Chappell was the next player to hit the rail. He failed to improve holding aginst the of Carlos Figueroa-Fernandez. Chappel is our 18th place Event 10 finisher earning $1,337.
Carlos Figueroa-Fernandez– 3,400,000
The Event 10 players are now on a one hour dinner break and we will pick back up on the action when play resumes at 8 P.M. local time.