Championship: Bin Weng – 9th Place ($53,005)

$3,500 WPT RRPO Championship (Re-Entry)
$2,000,000 Guaranteed | StructurePayouts
Level 29:  50,000/100,000 with a 100,000 ante
Players Remaining:  8 of 988

Bin Weng Eliminated by David Novosel
By the time Bin Weng (left) got his chips all in, David Novosel had already called and turned over his aces.

Cesar Fuentes raised from middle position to 225,000, Bin Weng moved all in from the cutoff for 1,875,000, and Fuentes folded. Weng took the pot.

Bin Weng  –  2,350,000  (24 bb)

A short while later, Milen Stefanov raised under the gun to 225,000, Weng called UTG+1, and David Novosel reraised from middle position to 850,000. Stefanov folded, and Weng used one of his Time Chips to tank for a while before he called.

The flop came 7c6h3s, Weng moved all in for 1,525,000, and Novosel quickly called with AsAh.

Weng turned over 8s8d, and he needed to improve to stay alive.

The turn card was the 2c, the river card paired the board with the 6s, and the pocket aces held up for Novosel to win the pot and eliminate Weng in ninth place.

David Novosel  –  11,350,000  (114 bb)
Bin Weng  –  Eliminated in 9th Place  ($53,005)

With eight players remaining, the average chip stack is about 4,950,000 (50 big blinds), and the remaining players are all guaranteed at least $67,240 each.

Bin Weng
Bin Weng