Carlos Alvarado took the Event 20 chip lead late in the night and stayed in cruise control for much of the final table. Alvarado found himself with more than a 2-1 chip lead when heads up play began with John Chang.
Chang quickly doubled up holding against the of Alvarado. He moved all in once again just a few hands later holding and Alvarado snap called turning over . It looked like the end of the road for Chang but the board ran out .
Chang improved to a straight to take the chip lead but Alvarado kept his composure. He battled back and in the last hand of heads up play Chang moved all in and Alvarado snap called holding the nut straight.
Alvarado had a Borgata Summer Poker Open to remember with a $100,000 score in the Almighty Stack and cashing five of the six events he played. He finished it off in impressive fashion winning the last BSPO trophy of the series adding his second Borgata Poker title to his impressive poker resume.
Alvarado takes home $21,402 and has now earned over $600,000 throughout his illustrious poker career.
This wraps up the Borgata Summer Poker Open blog coverage. Thank you to all the players, dealers and casino staff for making it a Summer to remember.