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During the last World Poker Tour stop at the Borgata, the WPT Borgata Poker Open held in September, one player stood out from the crowd almost from the onset and that player was David Jackson (Atlanta, GA).
Jackson stood out for a couple reasons, first off, how could you not notice someone who keeps an “Easy Button” in front of them at the table, but more importantly, Jackson was coming off the biggest score of his career during the 2014 WSOP and then followed that score up with a few deep runs, including his first Borgata Poker title during the WPT BPO.
Jackson’s breakout score at the WSOP came in one of the final events of the series, as he finished 4th in Event 55 for just over $180,000, he then wasted no time getting back to the grind, as he posted scores at the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open and then recored a cash in the opening $2,000,000 GTD event of the BPO.
But, Jackson’s biggest score from the last Borgata series came when he recorded his first Borgata championship, winning a $450 NLH event for just under $20,000.
Jackson hasn’t slowed down since then, recording multiple scores at the WPT Bounty Scramble held in Jacksonville and the Rock ‘n Roll Poker Open, both held in November.
Jackson will certainly be a player to watch over the course of this series as he looks to open his Borgata Winter Open win a good Day 1A of the $2,000,0000 GTD Event 1.