Ultimate Re-Entry: Daniel Quesada – 18th Place ($5,686)

$360 Ultimate Re-Entry
$500,000 Guaranteed | Payouts
Level 27: 50,000/75,000 with a 75,000 ante
Players Remaining: 17 of 4,508

After the eliminations of Alfredo Guevara in 20th place ($4,062) and Michael Ortiz in 19th ($4,062), the field was down to the final two tables. Here is the new lineup:

Seat 1.  Phil Hui
Seat 2.  Danny Kasper
Seat 3.  Devond Marshall
Seat 4.  Jeffrey Colpitts
Seat 5.  Tim Marcus
Seat 6.  Willie Wiggins
Seat 7.  Talesh Patel
Seat 8.  Angel Bracho
Seat 9.  Luis Mantilla

Seat 1.  Richard Carr
Seat 2.  Michael Newman
Seat 3.  Daniel Quesada
Seat 4.  Jon Turner
Seat 5.  Jason Young
Seat 6.  Scott Robbins
Seat 7.  William Rincon
Seat 8.  Michael Duek
Seat 9.  Perry Shiao

A short while later, Talesh Patel raises under the gun to 225,000, Angel Bracho called UTG+1, and Luis Mantilla called from middle position.

The flop came 9d4h3h, and Patel bet 425,000. Bracho quickly called, and Mantilla quickly moved all in for 2,025,000. Patel asked for a count before moving all in over the top for about 3.9 million, and Bracho thought for a bit before folding Ac9c face up (pair of nines).

Mantilla turned over Ah7h for a heart flush draw, and he’d need to improve to stay alive against Patel’s KsKc.

The turn card was the 2c, giving Mantilla additional outs with a gutshot straight draw, and the river card was the 8h. Mantilla completed his heart flush to win the pot and double up in chips.

Luis Mantilla  –  5,350,000  (71 bb)
Angel Bracho  –  4,225,000  (56 bb)
Talesh Patel  –  1,900,000  (25 bb)

Michael Newman's Chipleading Stack
That’s Michael Newman’s chipleading stack on the right.

At the other table, Michael Newman raised from middle position to 150,000, Daniel Quesada reraised from the hijack to 500,000, and Newman called.

The flop came Ks7c6s, Newman moved all in, and Quesada snap-called all in for more than 2 million with 9d9c. But Newman turned over KdQs for a pair of kings, and Quesada needed to improve to stay alive.

The turn card was the 8d, giving Quesada additional outs with an open-ended straight draw, but the river card was the 2s. Newman won the pot with his pair of kings to eliminate Quesada in 18th place.

Michael Newman  –  9,300,000  (124 bb)
Daniel Quesada  –  Eliminated in 18th Place  ($5,686)