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  • October 1, 2020

Mike Dentale Win Borgata Fall Poker Open Championship

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(pokernews.com)- The Borgata Fall Poker Open Championship, a tournament that attracted 557 runners and created a prize pool of more than $1.3 million, came to a close in the early morning hours of Thanksgiving Day. In the end, poker pro Mike Dentale emerged as the last man standing to capture the $336,331 first-place prize, the largest score of his career.
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Prior to the win, Dentale had $909,807 in lifetime earnings with his largest being $101,800 for runner-up finish in the Parx Casino Big Stax II back in May 2013. Other highlights on his poker résumé include finishing third in the Foxwoods Mega Stack Challenge XVII in August 2010 for $58,533, and winning the 2011 Borgata Spring Poker Open $350 No-Limit Hold’em Deepstack for $57,267.
Final Table Results

PlacePlayerPrize
1Mike Dentale$336,331
2Jason Paster$189,102
3Henry Lu$121,656
4Scott Matte$96,577
5Chris Tryba$75,641
6Sang Kim$62,133
7Taylor Von Kriegenberg$49,301
8Richie Tenenbaum$38,496
9Theo Nerantzinis$27,015

Notable Finishes: Orson Young (12th – $17,559), Joe McKeehen (15th – $13,507), Aaron Mermelstein (19th – $7,429), Vinny Pahuja (30th – $6,754), and Will “The Thrill” Failla (36th – $6,754)
According to updates from the event, Dentale scored his first final table knockout seven-handed. It happened in Level 30 (50,000/100,000/10,000) when Taylor Von Kreigenbergh open-shoved from the cutoff for 1.025 million and Dentale called from the big blind.
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