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Level 14 (Blinds 1,200/2,400/300)
Total Entries: 1,226
Players Remaining: 270

The action was picked up at one of the outer tables on a board of {8s}{3s}{3c}{9s} with Evan Teitelbaum’s last 40,000 chips across the line and the red “All-In” button in front of him.

An unknown female player was contemplating the call and after close to two minutes of thought, she cut out the chips and called.

Teitelbaum (Parkland, FL) would turn over {Kh}{3h} for flopped trips, while his opponent would table {Ac}{Kd} and be drawing dead.

Teitelbaum would take in close to 150,000 in chips.

His table was joking after the hand that the “third time was the charm” as Teitelbaum had put himself all-in and at risk twice before over the last few levels.

He finally got his call and paid off and is now above average for the first time today.

Level 14 (Blinds 1,200/2,400/300)
Total Entries: 1,226
Players Remaining: 270

Players are now entering Level 14, and are an hour and fifteen minutes until the dinner break.

The average stack in the room is just slightly over 100,000, so while short stacks in other events are usually going to be in a “fit or fold” mode around this time of a Day 2, players are so deep that there is not really a cause for alarm for players below the average stack.

Chip counts and leaders will posted before the break.

Level 13 (Blinds 1,000/2,000/300)
Total Entries: 1,226
Players Remaining: 300

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Sandwiched between the Borgata Summer Poker Open and the Borgata Poker Open, the first ever Deep Stacks Challenge was run in July to fill the void between two of the Borgata’s biggest events.

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That series, which ran both live and online, had a leaderboard that awarded points for cashing in each event and the player who ended the series with the most points would win a seat into the $3,500 WPT BPO Championship.

The player that ended the Deep Stacks Challenge as the leaderboard winner was DSC Event 6 Champion, Federico Ottenio (Brooklyn, NY).

On top of the free WPT seat, Federico took home almost $35,000 for his victory, easily the biggest cash of his career.

And so far, Federico is hanging tough in the WPT BPO Championship, currently sitting with slightly below an average stack, with just over 15 minutes left in Level 13.

Level 13 (Blinds 1,000/2,000/300)
Total Entries: 1,226
Players Remaining: 300

The action was picked up with Vitor Coelho (Tampa, FL) check raising all-in on a board of {Qd}{5d}{Ad}.

An unknown player needed to call close to 25,000 more after he had initially bet out 8,500.

He ended up making the call, holding {Ac}{Jh} with Vitor flipping over {As}{Kd}.

Vitor was in great shape to double up, as he had top pair top kicker and a flush draw to boot. While the unknown player had one of the his outs taken away as the {Jd} would do him no good.

The board ran out, {Qc} {9c} and Vitor had his double.

He is now up to the chip average for the first time today, and is looking for this hand to kick start another deep run at a WPT stop.

In 2011, he Final Tabled back-to-back WPT events, when he finished 4th and 5th at WPT Jacksonville and the Doyle Brunson Five Diamond World Poker Classic in Las Vegas. Those two scores were good for just over $220,000 total.

Level 13 (Blinds 1,000/2,000/300)
Total Entries: 1,226
Players Remaining: 300

With a chip average of 118,000 at the moment, there are numerous stacks sitting well above that mark. Darren Elias is building a wall of chip in front of him, totaling over 320,000 just a few minutes ago. Elias already has two WPT final tables to his name, both in Season X (Borgata, bestbet Jacksonville), and has $444,000 in WPT tournament earnings alone (five cashes). Here are some other counts taken from the beginning of this level:

Richard Munro – 480,000
Darlene Lee – 375,000
Ben Bianco – 361,000
Darren Elias – 330,000
David Jackson – 325,000
Byron Kaverman – 305,000
Ray Shackelford – 275,000
Curt Kholberg – 278,000
Ray Qartomy – 275,000
Travell Thomas – 265,000
Dan Shak – 243,000

Level 13 (Blinds 1,000/2,000/300)
Total Entries: 1,226
Players Remaining: 315

As we were putting together a post of Borgata Poker Open winners that are seeing success in this event (David Jackson, Marshall White), there would be a big hand unfolding in front of us involving Dan Shak (Rosemont, PA). Robert Hwang opened said pot to 4,200, with the player to his direct left flatting, and action folding to Dan Shak. Dan would three-bet to 16,000, and Hwang would end up folding with action back on him.

The player to flat originally suddenly announced that he was all-in, having Shak well covered. Dan verbalized a call and the hands were turned over:


Shak: {jh} {jc}
Player X: {as} {kc}

Runout: {9c} {7d} {5d} {qc} {2c}

After the flop ran out clean for Shak, he would cross his arms and face away from the table. His neighbor would look over and let him know he held, to which Dan seemed almost surprised. Shak’s total count was 118,700, and he’d double to over 250,000 with the pot.

Level 13 (Blinds 1,000/2,000/300)
Total Entries: 1,226
Players Remaining: 315

The action was picked up as three of the most well known players from this years Borgata Poker Open were involved in a hand.

Anthony Zinno (Boston, MA) would limp from under the gun and Joe McKeenen would raise from the small blind before Mike Linster would go all-in from the big blind for close to 10,000.

Zinno and McKeenen would call and see a flop of {10c}{Qs}{2h}.

McKeenen would check and Zinno would bet out 17,000, forcing a quick fold from McKeenen.

Zinno would turn over {Ad}{Ah} and Linster was drawing very thin holding {As}{Js}.

The turn and river would miss Linster’s draw and Zinno would score the knockout.

Zinno, who won this event last year for the biggest score of his career, $825,000, is now chipping up and is closing in on the 200,000 mark and will be a forced to be reckoned with as the WPT BPO Championship continues.

Level 13 (Blinds 1,000/2,000/300)
Total Entries: 1,226
Players Remaining: 315

The action was picked up on a board of {Qd}{Jh}{8h}{Kd} with two players checking the action to a player that wants to be called, “Vad Bart”.

“Vad” would bet out 18,000 and get a call from the player in the blinds as they would be heads up to the river.

The {6s} would fall and the player would check to “Vad”, who would bet out 35,000.

The player would tank for a minute or so and then fold, saying that he was looking for the last heart on the river.

“Vad” would vaguely talk about his holdings, saying, “That might have been good enough.” making the player that folded on the turn cringe as he said he flopped top two pair.

It wouldn’t matter what either of those players had, or what “Vad” had, as he was able to push the two players out with his aggressive line on both the turn and the river.

“Vad” is up to close to 200,000 in chips.

Level 13 (Blinds 1,000/2,000/300)
Total Entries: 1,226
Players Remaining: 315

While most players were enjoying their break, Chris Collins was involved in a hand, facing a huge all-in from an unknown player on the river.

The board read {7s}{5d}{5c}{9c}{8h} and the unknown player had moved all-in for close to 40,000 and Chris was wrestling with his decision.

With only close to 50,000 left in his stack, after being the aggressor and betting both the flop and turn, an incorrect call would leave him with less than 20 big blinds, but a correct call, would put him well above the chip average.

Chris thought for a few minutes and then, with 4 minutes left on the break, finally splashed the necessary chips for the call.


His opponent, who had been sitting there, dead still the entire time, said, “Good call.” and turned over {Kd}{Jc} and Chris happily turned over his {As}{9s}.

The hero call gave Chris the pot, and basically took up his entire break, but it ended better than the hand that preceded the last break.

In that hand, Chris lost a sizable pot with {Ax}{Kx} versus {Ax}{Jx}, so this time, he was at least stacking up new chips with his remaining break, as opposed to counting the ones he’d lost.

Chris is currently sitting with over 150,000.

Level 13 (Blinds 1,000/2,000/300)
Total Entries: 1,226
Players Remaining: 380

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Players are now returning to their seats after the (15) minute break, and are ready to play two more levels before dinner. The Twitter-verse was full of chip count updates and bustout stories over the respite, and we were able to grab some of them to bring to you:

2nd break of day 2 in BPO. Around 200k. Build build build.

— Steve Tabb (@Tabb_City) September 16, 2014


72,300 coming back to 2k/300. Tough battle today so far, nothing like having to pee and chk/jamming vs Elias hand before break. #WPTBorgata — Michael Marder (@MMarder86) September 16, 2014

Mid day 2 main event update. Have 80k going to 2k bb.

— Matthew Affleck (@mcmattopoker) September 16, 2014

61k on 2nd break, coming back to 2k bb #BPO

— john holley (@hohnjolley) September 16, 2014

165k on 2nd break of WPT Main coming back to 2kbb #ForMom

— Loni Harwood (@Luscious_Lon) September 16, 2014

170k going to 2k bb #RivetingTweet

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— Jamie Kerstetter (@Chippupotamus) September 16, 2014