NEWSBRIEF
BY MARKANDERSON
Borgata Poker Open Down To Six
September 23, 2021
The final table of the World Poker Tour Borgata Poker Open has been set, with 6 players now within spitting distance of a top prize worth $733,802.

Those final six players outlasted a total field of 1,042 entrants to get this far, including many well known pros that also made it quite deep.  Some of the big names that cashed in this year’s Borgata Poker Open included last year’s champion Olivier Busquet (25th- $15,009), Mike Sexton (20th- $15,009), John D’Agostino (14th- $28,351), Lee Childs (9th- $61,706) and Jeff Papola, the “seventhbok” of the event, who earned $118,408 by just missing the televised final table.

Clearly many big name pros missed the Borgata final table, but there are still a few recognizable names left sitting, including World Series of Poker “Circuit Master” Dwyte Pilgrim, who is looking to put an explanation point on his first major WPT cash, with a full-blown win in Atlantic City. 

The final six players and their chip counts for the 2010 Borgata Poker Open are as follows:

Ofir Mor- 7,300,000

Ben Klier- 6,625,000

Brandon Novena- 5,125,000

Dwyte Pilgrim- 4,800,000

Kia Mohajeri- 4,225,000

Daniel Makowsky- 3,300,000

For more information on Days 1-4 of the WPT Borgata Poker Open, or to read live updates, view photos, and check out videos straight from Atlantic City when the tournament resumes at 4:00 ET today (9/23), visit www.worldpokertour.com.
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