Level 2 (75/150)
Total Day 1A Entries: 45
Until recently, Abraham Korotki, the six-time Borgata champion found himself tied atop the all-time Borgata wins list. That was, until Will ‘The Thrill’ Failla won his seventh title during the Summer Poker Open Championship.
Whether Korotki is tied for the lead or not, he’s without a doubt the most decorated player in today’s field, with wins in nearly every type of structure that Borgata offers. Championship events, Six Max events, Deep Stacked events, it doesn’t matter, Korotki has taken them all down and then some, amassing over $1,300,000 in career earnings along the way.
If there is something missing from his trophy case and legacy, it’s a Borgata Poker Player’s Series title. Although there have only been three given out in the brief history of this tournament series, Korotki will certainly have his eyes on this event, using it as a warm-up of sorts for next month’s Borgata Poker Open.
That BPO series will offer Korotki another two dozen or so chances at Borgata hardware, but he’ll look to return in September back atop the all-time wins list, further cementing his position as one of the best Borgata players of all-time.
Players are just ten minutes from the end of Level 2 and their first break of the day.