Kane Kalas leads the six finalists of the Borgata Poker Open
The Day 4 of the World Poker Tour Borgata Poker Opens Main Event concluded late with six poker players remained in the hunt for the highly coveted title. The final table was set at 3:30 a.m. Unlucky as he was, professional poker player Jean Gaspard failed to reach the ultimate phase. He fell to seventh place. Start-of-the-day chip leader Jean Gaspard was awarded $ 135,393 as a consolation prize. Of the 31 players who made it through Day 4, only six survived the battle. Jean Gaspards elimination has somewhat paved the way for the six remaining players to meet in the final table scheduled this Friday September 19. Kane Kalas bags up the chip lead. With an impressive stack of 14,025,000 chips, he is best-placed to win his first World Poker Tour title. Darren Elias (8,000,000 chips) and Blake Bohn (7,705,000 chips) also garner comfortable stack heading to the televised final table of six, while the other three survivors train behind with 3,245,000 chips for Aaron Overton, 2,050,000 chips for Jose Serratos and 1,795,000 for Ray Qartomy.
Indeed, the poker room of Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City will be home to an excitement-filled poker event. Darren Elias is one of the players to watch at this WPT final table. This is the third time Elias participates in a televised final table of the same tour. Note that in Season X, Darren Elias finished 5th in Atlantic City ($ 230,610) and 3rd in Jacksonville ($ 147,850). Speaking of the unlucky ones, Day 4 saw Nicholas Gerrity, Ory Hen, Scott Matte, Matthew Levine, Iaron Lightbourne, Erik Cajelais, Justin Zaki, Barry Shulman, Daniel Weinman, Cornel Cimpan, Joseph Galazzo, Ed Blount, Ray Shackelford, Marshall White, Vincent Jacques, Eugene Todd and Jake Vo hit the rail.
Sunday, 21 September 2014
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