Just as the final four players went on break they started to discuss a deal. Eric Siegel was holding a massive chip lead with close to 11,000,000 of the 16,100,000 chips in play.
They quickly struck a deal and Siegel will take first place earning $30,000 and his fourth Borgata Poker title. Siegel put on a dominant performance playing nearly perfect final table poker on his way to victory.
Paulo Silva who sat second in chips will take home $17,500 for his runner up finish. Nan Min and Freddy Srour were nearly even in chips and they will each be taking home $13,528 for their third and fourth place finishes.