Sunday, November 20, 2011

Dash for the Cash

$2500 + $200 CHAMPIONSHIP Double Play Re-Entry NLH

Andrew Interdonato (Washington, DC) is the new chip leader heading into the last level of the night.

Interdonoto wins a 150k chip pot when he flops a straight flush and gets his opponent to commit 70k on the turn with the king high flush.

Interdonato has 7 8 when the flop comes down 6 9 10. His opponent is holding K Q, but isn't drawing dead as the J gives him a higher straight flush.

The river brick gives Interdonato the pot and the chip lead. He's ahead of Alex Queen who has 184k and Joe Gola with 176k.

The chip leader at the end of level 9 (300/600/75 ante) takes home a $3,000 bonus. "I wish we had stopped after level 8," says Interdonato who finished second in Event 14 ($14,060), has
nearly $36,000 in five different Borgata events in 2011, including three final tables.

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