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Winter is officially here and in the world of east coast poker, that means the Borgata Winter Poker Open is around the corner. If you’re in New Jersey, this could be the year you take down a major poker tournament.

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Borgata is doing it again. This time it’s the WPT Borgata Poker Open Championship Last Longer promotion.

If you’re planning to play in the Borgata Poker Open and you don’t yet have a BorgataPoker.com account, we’ve added another Last Longer promotion that you can’t refuse.

NEW BORGATA ONLINE MEMBERS: By finishing in the money in the $3 Million Guaranteed WPT Borgata Poker Open Championship event, you’ll win a Tournament Dollar prize to use online at BorgataPoker.com. The higher up you finish, the more TDs you’ll earn — as much as your land-based buy in back (that’s $3,500 in tournament dollars added to your new Borgata online account)!

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Playing poker online at BorgataPoker.com is always a realistic experience. The sounds of the chips stacking. The table layout. The whole deal. But on September 17th, we’re taking things to a whole new level by blurring the lines between online poker and live tournament play.

On Saturday, September 17th, up to 64 players will take a seat at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City to play in a live heads-up tournament using their laptops or mobile devices. And now’s your chance to be one of them.

Just log in to your BorgataPoker.com account and register for the Borgata Poker Open – Event Center Online Heads Up Tournament NL Hold’em event (a $500+35 buy-in).

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Take a look at Michael Gagliano’s top five poker tournament cashes and you’ll quickly realize that there’s something special about Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa.

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The New Jersey online poker pro’s second biggest career cash came back in 2013 at the Borgata Spring Poker Open in Atlantic City, where Gagliano pocketed $169,029 for a 2nd place finish. And most recently, this past April, Gagliano finished 3rd in a $2,500+200 NLH Championship event for $128,768.

It gets more impressive. Between 2009 and 2016, Gagliano has found success in 13 major Borgata Poker Open events in Atlantic City. He’s finished 2nd in two Borgata Poker Open tournaments — one in 2013 and one in 2014. And he’s notched a 3rd and 4th place finish at the famous Atlantic City casino. Gagliano is as much a fixture of Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa as the boardwalk is a fixture of Atlantic City…