NEWSBRIEF
BY MARKANDERSON
Pilgrim Pummels Borgata Poker Open Final Table
September 24, 2021
Dwyte Pilgrim, the man previously known primarily for his mastery of smaller buy-in events such as those found at World Series of Poker Circuit stops, seemingly just moved up in class, taking down the World Poker Tour 2010 Borgata Poker Open for a top prize worth $733,802.

Pilgrim, even before this victory, was already ranked third in the CardPlayer Player of the Year race thanks to an amazing seventeen qualifying cashes in 2010, including 6 wins, but with this victory he’s likely to move even higher, though possibly hampered by the Borgata Poker Open buy-in, which at $3,300 was quite a bit lower than standard WPT events.

A record setting 1,042 players entered this year’s Borgata Poker Open, including many fan favorites, but it was Pilgrim that was the most familiar face at the final table, and if yesterday’s excellent live updates by the crew at www.worldpokertour.com are any indication, the outgoing and uninhibited Pilgrim, was more than enough to make for soon to be classic and highly entertaining poker television, for WPT fans everywhere.

The final table finish positions for the 2010 WPT Borgata Poker Open were as follows:

1st.  Dwyte Pilgrim- $733,802

2nd.  Kianoosh Mohajeri- $440,945

3rd.  Ofir Mor- $266,835

4th.  Brandon Novena- $223,475

5th.  Daniel Makowsky- $183,449

6th.  Benjamin Klier- $148,427

For more information on this week’s WPT Borgata Poker Open visit www.worldpokertour.com.
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