Ultimate Re-Entry: Two Out Chop

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Level 31: 100,000/200,000 with a 200,000 ante
Players Remaining: 8 of 4,508

Willie Wiggins limped from middle position, Ricard Carr limped from the cutoff, Michael Newman called in the small blind, and Devond Marshall checked his option in the big blind to make it four-ways to the kdkh2s flop.

It checked to Carr, he bet 400,000 and only Wiggins stuck around for the qd turn. Wiggins checked, Carr bet 900,000 and Wiggins announced all in. Carr quickly called and was in great shape to double.

Carr: ksqs
Wiggins: kc9c

Carr was far ahead with his full house, kings full of queens, against trip kings.

“Is he drawing dead?” someone asked as Carr begin pushing his stack forward.

Carr needed to dodge two chop outs and the river qc was one of them to give both kings full of queens. Carr froze with his stack halfway out and in full disbelief.

Ultimate Re-Entry: No Hurry

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Level 31: 100,000/200,000 with a 200,000 ante
Players Remaining: 8 of 4,508

Willie Wiggins

There was very little action over the first half hour of Level 21 as Willie Wiggins continued to extend his lead with a lot of pressure.

Seat 1: Devond Marshall – 2,600,000 (13 bb)
Seat 2: Scott Robbins – 8,625,000 (43 bb)
Seat 3: Jeffrey Colpitts – 5,550,000 (28 bb)
Seat 4: Willie Wiggins – 22,000,000 (110 bb)
Seat 6: Michael Duek – 2,550,000 (13 bb)
Seat 7: Richard Carr – 4,600,000 (23 bb)
Seat 8: Angel Bracho – 3,425,000 (17 bb)
Seat 9: Michael Newman – 12,375,000 (62 bb)

Remaining payouts:

1st: $251,813 + LHPO trophy
2nd: $154,337
3rd: $81,230
4th: $63,359
5th: $45,895
6th: $34,929
7th: $26,806
8th: $19,495

Ultimate Re-Entry: Break Counts

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Level 30: 75,000/150,000 with a 150,000 ante
Players Remaining: 8 of 4,508

The eight remaining players are taking a quick ten-minute break and will return to blinds at 100,000/200,000 with a 200,000 big blind ante.

Seat 1: Devond Marshall – 3,000,000 (15 bb)
Seat 2: Scott Robbins – 10,800,000 (54 bb)
Seat 3: Jeffrey Colpitts – 5,000,000 (25 bb)
Seat 4: Willie Wiggins – 14,000,000 (70 bb)
Seat 6: Michael Duek – 2,700,000 (14 bb)
Seat 7: Richard Carr – 8,000,000 (40 bb)
Seat 8: Angel Bracho – 5,000,000 (25 bb)
Seat 9: Michael Newman – 12,500,000 (63 bb)

Remaining payouts:

1st: $251,813 + LHPO trophy
2nd: $154,337
3rd: $81,230
4th: $63,359
5th: $45,895
6th: $34,929
7th: $26,806
8th: $19,495

Ultimate Re-Entry: Willie Wiggins Versus Jeffrey Colpitts

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Level 30: 75,000/150,000 with a 150,000 ante
Players Remaining: 8 of 4,508

Jeffrey Colpitts opened to 350,000 and picked up calls from Willie Wiggins on the button, Michael Duek in the small blind, and Richard Carr in the big. It was four-ways to the asqd9d flop, the blinds checked, and Colpitts bet 500,000.

Only Wiggins came along and the turn was 8d. Colpitts bet 1,100,000 and Wiggins quickly called to see the 7s river. Colpitts went to valuetown with the 500,000 river bet and Wiggins quickly called.

Wiggins: 6d5d
Colpitts: ackd

Colpitt’s top/top was no good against Wiggins’ flush to give the leader more chips.

Willie Wiggins – 15,200,000 (101 bb)
Jeffrey Colpitts – 4,450,000 (30 bb)

Ultimate Re-Entry: Jason Young – 9th Place ($13,809)

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Level 30: 75,000/150,000 with a 150,000 ante
Players Remaining: 8 of 4,508

Jason Young

Action folded around to Jason Young in the small blind and he moved all in for 1,100,000. Duek quickly called and Young needed help.

Young: 7h2h
Duek: adks

“That’s ok,” Young said. “I’m going to get there.”

He flopped a deuce on the kdjd2c board but Duek also paired his king. The 3d turn and 6h river were blanks and the 2008 WSOP $1,500 Shootout champ was eliminated in ninth place.

Michael Duek – 3,475,000 (23 bb)
Jason Young – Eliminated to 9th place ($13,809)

Ultimate Re-Entry: Richard Carr Doubles Through Angel Bracho

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Level 30: 75,000/150,000 with a 150,000 ante
Players Remaining: 9 of 4,508

Richard Carr opened to 350,000 from middle position, Angel Bracho called next to act, and the rest of the table released. The flop came qhjh5s and Carr continued to 425,000. Bracho shrug-called, the turn came ts and Carr bet another 900,000.

Bracho called and the board finished with the 6c river. Carr announced all in and Braco did not take long (or look happy) to call. Carr showed ahks for the turned Broadway straight and Bracho’s adqc was no good. They counted down the stacks and Carr was all in for 2,775,000.

Richard Carr – 8,900,000 (59 bb)
Angel Bracho – 7,125,000 (48 bb)

Ultimate Re-Entry: Perry Shiao – 10th Place ($8,935)

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Level 30: 75,000/150,000 with a 150,000 ante
Players Remaining: 9 of 4,508

Perry Shiao

Action folded around to Angel Bracho in the small blind and he opened to 500,000. Perry Shiao checked his cards, moved all in for 1,550,000 and Bracho quickly called.

Bracho: kdtd
Shiao: acqh

Shiao was ahead for the double up and improved on the qs8d7d flop though Bracho picked up the diamond draw. The as turn gave Shiao aces up but the 3d river filled the flush for Bracho to send the 2015 WSOP Monster Stack champ out in tenth place.

Angel Bracho – 11,800,000 (79 bb)
Perry Shiao – Eliminated in 10th place ($8,935)

Ultimate Re-Entry: Willie Wiggins Versus Scott Robbins

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Level 29: 75,000/125,000 with a 125,000 ante
Players Remaining: 10 of 4,508

Willie Wiggins

There were three limps from Angel Bracho, Perry Shiao, and Michael Newman before Scott Robbins raised to 700,000. Willie Wiggins called in the big blind and the three limpers folded.

The flop came qd8s6c and Wiggins fired 500,000. Robbins called, the turn was kc and Wiggins kept going for another 675,000. Robbins checked his cards and “Angry Scott” fired his cards into the muck.

“He’s a beast!” Michael Newman said from the other side of the table.

“That was a good run out against my pocket jacks,” Robbins told Wiggins.

“If you had jacks,” Wiggins responded. “You had me crushed.”

Willie Wiggins – 12,550,000 (100 bb)
Scott Robbins – 9,600,000 (77 bb)

Ultimate Re-Entry: Final Table Lineup

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Level 29: 75,000/125,000 with a 125,000 ante
Players Remaining: 10 of 4,508

The ten remaining players are in their new seats and cards are back in the air with Michael Newman still in the lead followed by Scott Robbins.

Seat 1: Devond Marshall – 2,575,000 (21 bb)
Seat 2: Scott Robbins – 10,235,000 (82 bb)
Seat 3: Jeffrey Colpitts – 7,200,000 (58 bb)
Seat 4: Willie Wiggins – 9,865,000 (79 bb)
Seat 5: Jason Young – 1,675,000 (13 bb)
Seat 6: Michael Duek – 3,475,000 (28 bb)
Seat 7: Richard Carr – 4,300,000 (34 bb)
Seat 8: Angel Bracho – 8,400,000 (67 bb)
Seat 9: Perry Shiao – 1,400,000 (11 bb)
Seat 10: Michael Newman – 12,600,000 (101 bb)

Remaining payouts:

1st: $251,813 + LHPO trophy
2nd: $154,337
3rd: $81,230
4th: $63,359
5th: $45,895
6th: $34,929
7th: $26,806
8th: $19,495
9th: $13,809
10th: $8,935

Ultimate Re-Entry: Danny Kasper – 11th Place ($8,935)

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$500,000 Guaranteed | Payouts
Level 29: 75,000/125,000 with a 125,000 ante
Players Remaining: 10 of 4,508

Danny Kasper

After 15 minutes of feeling out the new day, we had some action. Scott Robbins opened to 275,000 from the small blind and Danny Kasper shipped from the big for 1,100,000. Robbins quickly called and Kasper was at risk.

Kasper: kd6c
Robbins: ahts

Kasper was behind with two live cards but the board blanked jh7s2d2h3s to send him out in 11th place.

Tournament staff paused the clock and they are redrawing seats for the ten-handed final table.

Scott Robbins – 10,235,000 (82 bb)
Danny Kasper – Eliminated in 11th place ($8,935)