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Anthony Zinno wins WPT Borgata Poker Open 2013: Beats Vanessa Selbst

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
Published on:
Sep/22/2013
Anthony Zinno wins WPT Borgata Poker Open 2013:  Beats Vanessa Selbst

Anthony Zinno was declared the winner of this year’s WPT Borgata Poker Open and walks away with a cool $825,099 as a result.

Zinno bested one of the leading female poker pros Vanessa Selbst, who earned $492,569 for her second place finish.

Boston’s Zinno had nearly a half million in live tournament winnings heading into the 2013 WPT Borgata Poker Open with 42 cashes.  This is his first win on the sanctioned tournament circuit.

Selbst is closing in on $8 million in live tournament earnings with her Borgata Open cashout. 

WPT Borgata Poker Open Final Table Results

Place

Player

Prize

1st

Anthony Zinno

$825,099

2nd

Vanessa Selbst

$492,569

3rd

Cong Pham

$301,225

4th

Jeremy Kottler

$251,968

5th

David Randall

$208,394

6th

Eric Fields

$168,610

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- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com

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