Ryan Dodd quickly found a double up in one of the first hands of heads up play holding against the of Tony James. The board ran out and he paired his king on the river to even the stacks.
With the chip stacks now nearly even the players agreed to split the remaining prize pool evenly. They then ran one hand out for the trophy and Dodd came out on top holding against the of Tony James on the runout.
Both players will take home $9,842 after the adjusted payouts and Dodd now has a Borgata Poker Open trophy to go along with his Borgata Deepstacks Challenge trophy.
Below is a full look at the Event 17 final table tournament results.
1. Ryan Dodd ($9,842+BSPO Trophy)
2. Tony James ($9,842)
3. Dawn Spivak ($4,202)
4. Mike Summers ($3,406)
5. Kevin McGee ($2,654)
6. Alex Tumay ($2,212)
7. David Rodriguez ($1,769)
8. Daniel Bass ($1,327)
9. Daniel Asbury ($885)
10. Carlos Jewett ($575)