With the Borgata Spring Open winding down today, the city settles into regular tournament action for the rest of the weekend.
Meanwhile, the city’s bad beat jackpots are still recovering from a slew of hits in recent weeks. In fact, Thursday, the small bad beat jackpot hit at the Borgata for about $50,000.
The Borgata offers a total bad beat jackpot and a small jackpot. The small jackpot sets quad deuces as the minimum hand. Quad 10s is the minimum for the full jackpot.
The jackpot hit in a $1-$2 No Limit game early Thursday when quad 3s lost to quad 6s.
Dennis Glynn of Monmouth County held the 3s and won $20,000. The hand winner, Eric Liu of Livingston won $10,000. Seven other players at the table won $2,857.
But that still leaves the Borgata’s full bad beat jackpot at $282,882 as the small jackpot reset to $50,000.
The Caesars Combined bad beat jackpot is at $197,227 and should be at quad 10s as the minimum. The Tropicana’s bad beat is at $192,000 and The Taj Mahal comes in at about $95,000.
This week’s picture is of pro player Maria Ho, who was seen at the Borgata Spring Open this week, but didn’t cash in the championship.
Well, nobody said it was easy.