Atlantic City recently concluded The Return – A Borgata Championship Event. The $2,670,340 event even offered a $2,200 Mystery Bounty Event, enticing 1,361 participants.
The second day of the event ended with a unique finish after an hour of deliberations. During the final hour, the remaining nine players struck a deal, including bounties.
At the end, it was Samuel Laskowitz who stood at the top after 17 hours of gameplay. The player from New York scored a massive 146,609 dollars in prize money. Samuel entered the final table with a minor lead, providing the player with a profitable ICM deal. This was Samuel’s second-biggest career win, as the player won 250,000 dollars back in June 2022.
Anthony Maio closely followed Samuel in chips, winning 142,054 dollars. The win added to Anthony’s million-dollar career earnings. Ryan Eriquezzo was placed in the third spot, winning 132,093 dollars.
Ryan had an eventful day, winning the most bounties on the second day. However, the player kept drawing 500 dollars constantly, leading to dismay. Here is a quick overview of the final table at the $2,200 Mystery Bounty Event:
|1||Samuel Laskowitz||Bayport||146,609 dollars|
|2||Anthony Maio||Jamison||142,054 dollars|
|3||Ryan Eriquezzo||New Haven||132,093 dollars|
|4||Baruch Forst||Toms River||123,817 dollars|
|5||Maxim Urvantsev||Brooklyn||122,844 dollars|
|6||Benedetto Bianco||Franklin||116,700 dollars|
|7||Constantine Bogiatzis||N/A||116,249 dollars|
|8||Francis Anderson||Poughkeepsie||104,084 dollars|
|9||Ryan Dodd||Runnemede||92,098 dollars|
Given the success of the event, the upcoming competitions are expected to reel in even more participants.