The final day of Event 1 of the 2014 Borgata Spring Open came to a conclusion last night when the top four players, from a field of 2482 entries, agreed to an “everyone’s happy” equal chop of the remaining prizepool. New Yorkers Adam Pace and Philip Neiman along with Kevin Grabel conceded the technical victory to Oceanside resident Carlos Alvarado, but all four walked away equal winners to the tune of $127,652.
For a full wrap up of all the winners from the $1 Million Guarantee, check out the PokerNews Live Updates website.
The $560 buy-in smashed the guarantee of $1 Million by nearly a quarter million and is a very good sign for what is likely to be a massive turnout for the Borgata Spring Open Championship Main Event, a $2500+$200 re-entry event with two starting days that kicks off this Monday.
The entirety of the BSO is leading up to the final event of Season XII of the World Poker Tour and the $15k Championship Event, with a $5 Million Guarantee.
Of course, New Jersey residents looking to make plans to play the big event with the pros can win their way into the event over at BorgataPoker.com!.