Bar Poker Open Atlantic City 2019

Atlantic City casinos open to public with safety guidelines in place. Gaming revenue was down 29.7 percent — or $370 million — through May in a year-to-date comparison to 2019.

When it comes to poker in Atlantic City, Chris Reslock is a legend. The veteran of the game has amassed nearly $2 million in lifetime earnings dating back to 1996, and he’s looking to add to it as the mixed-game aficionado is in action here in Event #2.

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Reslock, who currently ranks 21st on New Jersey’s all-time money list, has eight World Series of Poker Circuit gold rings to his name, as well as a bracelet for winning the 2007 WSOP Event #11: $5,000 Seven Card Stud Championship for $258,453.


That’s not his biggest score though, as he took down $335,235 for his 2005 WSOP Circuit Atlantic City $10,000 Main Event.

Reslock, a former Atlantic City cab driver who has an affinity for pinball machines, has had his fair share of deep runs here at Borgata including a 10th-place finish in the 2014 WPT Winter Poker Open Main Event for $46,625, 11th in the 2009 WPT BPO Main Event for $39,976, and second in the 2009 BPO $2,150 H.O.S.E. event for $38,080.


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He also won the 2009 BPO $400 PLO event back in 2009 for $16,277 and then defended his title by winning it again in 2010 for $9,370. Another Borgata victory came in 2012 when he won the $450 H.O.R.S.E. for $14,085. Only time will tell if Reslock can nab his fourth Borgata title.