Borgata Winter Poker Open: One Table To Go
February 4, 2022
The 2011 Borgata Winter Poker Open, a $3,500 buy-in event that this year attracted such top players as Vanessa Selbst, Chris Klodnicki and Gavin Smith, is already down to the final table, with only ten players now in contention for a top prize worth $533,210.

Although many of these final ten competitors have had some live tournament successes in the past- most notably Bobby Suer with over $1,000,000 in cashes- most of the marquee names in the event have already been eliminated; one of the last being PokerRoad’s Smith, who went out in 21st place during yesterday’s Day 3 for a $12,181 score.

The current chip counts for the final ten players of the 2011 Borgata Winter Poker Open main event are as follows:

Vadim Shlez- 4,406,000

LJ Sande- 3,723,000

Trevor Savage- 2,913,000

Bobby Suer- 2,680,000

Osafyefo Greene- 2,281,000

Gil Sacks- 1,595,000

Steve Ryan- 1,258,000

Pat Carney- 1,141,000

Tom Hu- 968,000

Allan Vrooman- 834,000

All ten of these last competitors are now set to earn at least a $28,729 payday when Friday’s final table begins, with the top six each guaranteed six-figure scores. 

For more information on the 2011 Borgata World Poker Open, check out the tournament blog at
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