Thursday, April 18, 2013

Event 21 Recap

$170 + $30 Deep Stack No Limit Hold'em (Re-Entry)   

When the final hand was played, Ryan Eriquezzo had all 21 million chips and his second Borgata Open series trophy, plus $32,497 for his bankroll.  Second place went to construction worker James Thomas along with $18,937.

Greg Weber finished third earning $11,588, thanks to getting his pocket Aces cracked by Eriquezzo's JT.  Weber has one Borgata Open title won during the 2011 Winter Open in the $300 NLH event, which earned him over $15,000.

This event carried a $75,000 guarantee on total buy-ins, which brought the players out in droves.  857 entries built total buy-ins to $145,690, nearly doubling the guarantee.  The final 81 players earned a cut.

Eriquezzo's first Open series win was during the 2011 Borgata Winter Poker Open.  He won the $1,000 Six Max NLH event for almost $72,000.  His WSOP bracelet was won in the 2012 National Championship, which earned him over $415,000.  His lifetime earnings now top $1.1 million.

After playing for over 21 hours, everyone was tired and ready for bed.

Final Table Results
1 - Ryan Eriquezzo (Danbury, CT)  $32,497
2 - James Thomas (Brick Twp, NJ)  $18,937
3 - Greg Weber (Howell, NJ)  $11,588
4 - Tommy Fiume (Eatontown, NJ)  $9,539
5 - Stan Annis (Bloxon, VA)  $7,773
6 - Peter Thron (Long Island, NY)  $6,359
7 - Jonathan Lynch (Fairless Hill, PA)  $5,088
8 - David Vanegas (Philadelphia, PA)  $3,816
9 - Paul Vacchio (Inwood, NY)  $2,685
10 - Ryan Hanbury (Virginia Beach, VA)  $1,767


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