Regular tournament action again this weekend, so here’s a rundown on the bad beat jackpots.
The Borgata’s bad beat jackpot had a hit early in the week on its small bad beat, knocking $50K off the total. It’s climbed back up to $318,429 going into today, keeping it as the highest jackpot in the city.
The hit came Monday, Oct. 24, on a $2-$5 No Limit table.
Marcus Bower of South Williamsport, Pa., had his quad 4’s beaten by a straight flush from Kien Ping Kwan of Atlantic City.
Bower took home $20K, Kwan won the pot plus an additional $10K, and the seven other players at the table divided up the remaining $20K.
The current jackpot is still high enough to leave the small bad beat jackpot topped out at $50,000.
The Tropicana’s jackpot is next highest at $271,585 going in today’s play. The Caesars Entertainment combined jackpot has climbed back to $167,992 and The Taj Mahal’s jackpot is at about $96,000.
Snow could begin piling up in a lot of those new Pennsylvania casino areas this weekend, but A.C.’s probably just looking at a little rain.
Just a thought grinders.