Borgata 2014 Spring Open – Dunst Headlines, Stammen Leads Final Table

Final Table will be live streamed starting at 4:00pm EST.

The stage is set for the final day of World Poker Tour's Season XII. After 5 days of action only 6 players remain in the Borgata 2014 Spring Open World Poker Tour Championship event with hopes to win the massive $1.35 million first place prize.

World Series of Poker bracelet winner Keven Stammen will wake up today holding the chiplead headed into the final table with Byron Kaverman, the man responsible for eliminating Day 3 and 4 chipleader Eric Afrait, not too far behind him.

Borgata Spring Open Main Event champion, Abraham Korotki, continues his hot streak and finds himself third in chips and looking to make back-to-back titles in the same series. Poker pro Curt “Psycho Ninja” Kohlberg is also looking to make a career high score, hoping to best his 2011 SHRPS runner up finish.

Watch: Borgata Spring Open Champion Abraham Korotki Fancies Himself A Ladies’ Man

In the fifth and sixth position are two of the bigger names left. Tony Dunst, host of the World Poker Tour’s Raw Deal, is shirking his responsibilities in the booth for a shot at poker super stardom. Sitting 5th in chips, the well-known personality is looking to become a 2-time WPT Champ for a payday that would likely be somewhere in the earnings of, we’re guessing, 10 years worth of Raw Deal segments. Rounding out the top six is another tournament beast in Ryan “g0lfa” D’Angelo, who has come close many times to a major title on his way to his over $1.5 million in career earnings.

Watch: Ryan D’Angelo Gives Tony Dunst A Raw Deal

The final table will be streamed live with the pre-show starting at 4:00pm EST and the action, presumable, kicking off at 4:30. For action as it happens, be sure to check out the PokerNews live updates team as well.

Don’t forget Borgata fans, if you are in New Jersey and can’t be at the Borgata this weekend, the NJCOP is taking place on including the $200k Freezeout Deepstack.

If you or someone you know has a gambling problem and wants help, call the Virginia Council on Problem Gambling (VACPG) helpline at 1-888-532-3500
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