Tony James raised to 125,000 and Mike Summers moved all in for 600,000. It folded back to James who called turning over and Summers was dominated holding .
The board ran out and Summers was sent to the rail in 4th place earning $3,406 for his efforts.
Tony James- 2,400,000
Mike Summers and Dawn Spivak were heads up on the flop and Summers fired out a bet. Spivak moved all in for about 1,100,000 and Summers snap called.
Spivak showed but was dominated by the of Summers. The hit the turn and Spivak would need a non heart ten or five on the river to stay alive.
The completed the board and the table erupted as Spivak improved to two pair to crack the aces and double up. “That’s my daughters birthday she said” as she dragged in the pot.
Dawn Spivak- 2,400,000
Mike Summers- 350,000
Mike Summers raised to 75,000 and it folded to Kevin McGee in the big blind who moved all in for 245,000. Summers quickly called and the cards were shown.
The dealer fanned the flop and Summers improved to top two pair to take the lead. The turn and river were no help to McGee and he was eliminated in 5th place earning $2,654 for his efforts.
Mike Summers- 1,850,000
Mike Summers moved all in for about 800,000 from the cutoff and Alex Tumay re-shoved for about 725,000 from the button. The blinds quickly folded and the hands were shown.
The board ran out and Summers improved to a straight on the river to send Tumay to the rail in brutal fashion. Tumay is our 6th place Event 17 finisher earning $2,212 for his efforts.
Mike Summers- 1,600,000
A short stacked David Rodriguez was the next player to fall from the Event 17 final table. Rodriguez is our 7th place Event 17 finisher earning $1,769 for his efforts.
Kevin McGee raised to 53,000 from under the gun and Alex Tumay called from the button. Dawn Spivak moved all in for about 500,000 from the small blind and Daniel Bass put his last 283,000 in the pot from the big. The rest of the table folded and the hands were shown.
The runout sealed the deal for Spivak to earn her the knockout and another $50 bounty.
Bass is our 8th place Event 17 finisher and will take home $1,327 for his efforts.
Dawn Spivak- 950,000
Daniel Asbury got his stack of about 400,000 all in pre-flop holding but ran right into the of Mike Summer. The runout improved Summer to top set and Asbury was eliminated in 9th place earning $885 for his efforts.
Mike Summers- 1,350,000
Carlos Jewett got the majority of his stack all in pre-flop holding against the of Dawn Spivak. He failed to improve on the runout and was left with less than one big blind.
Jewett was eliminated just a few hands later and is our 10th place Event 17 finisher earning $575 for his efforts.
Dawn Spivak- 450,000
The Event 17 final table is now set and Ryan Dodd is holding a massive chip lead with more than double his nearest opponent. We will be crowning our newest Borgata Summer Poker Open Champion who will take home $12,385 and the trophy.
Below is a full look at the updated chip counts and final table seating assignments.
Seat 1. Daniel Bass- 325,000
Seat 2. Daniel Asbury- 400,000
Seat 3. Kevin McGee- 500,000
Seat 4. Ryan Dodd- 2,800,000
Seat 5. Tony James- 1,115,000
Seat 6. Carlos Jewett- 295,000
Seat 7. Mike Summers- 520,000
Seat 8. David Rodriguez- 160,000
Seat 9. Alex Tumay- 700,000
Seat 10. Dawn Spivak- 270,000
1st place: $12,385+BSPO Trophy
2nd place: $7,298
3rd place: $4,202
4th place: $3,406
5th place: $2,654
6th place: $2,212
7th place: $1,769
8th place: $1,327
9th place: $885
10th place: $575
Ryan Dodd and Hobie Adkins were heads up on the flop. Adkins checked and Dodd bet 100,000 into a main pot of about 150,000. Adkins check-raised all in for 500,000 and Dodd called putting Adkins at risk.
The turn and river sealed the deal for Dodd and Adkins was sent to the rail in 12th earning $575 for his efforts.
Ryan Dodd- 2,300,000