Ultimate Re-Entry: Talesh Patel – 17th ($5,686); Jon Turner – 16th ($5,686); William Rincon – 15th ($7,311)

$360 Ultimate Re-Entry
$500,000 Guaranteed | Payouts
Level 28: 50,000/100,000 with a 100,000 ante
Players Remaining: 14 of 4,508

Devond Marshall
Devond Marshall

After a long period with no bustouts, there was a brief flurry of eliminations.

Talesh Patel was all in from middle position for about 775,000 with Ad8d, and he needed to improve to stay alive against the QsQc of Devond Marshall in the big blind.

The board came 10s8c6c5c6s — Patel paired his eight on the flop, but improved no further. Marshall won the pot with his pocket queens to eliminate Patel in 17th place.

Devond Marshall  –  2,150,000
Talesh Patel  –  Eliminated in 17th Place  ($5,686)

Jason Young
Jason Young

Jon Turner moved all in under the gun for 775,000, and Jason Young moved all in over the top from UTG+1 for 1,450,000 with AdQh. Turner turned over QsJc, and he needed to improve to stay alive.

The board came KhKc7cQc7d — Turner turned a club flush draw, but improved no further. Young won the pot with two pair, kings and queens, to eliminate Turner in 16th place.

Jason Young  –  2,475,000  (25 bb)
Jon Turner  –  Eliminated in 16th Place  ($5,686)

William Rincon moved all in under the gun for about 800,000, and chipleader Michael Newman called from the button with AhKd. Rincon turned over As10d, and he needed to improve to stay alive.

The board came 6h4s3cJc8h, and the ace-king held up for Newman to win the pot with his king kicker and eliminate Rincon in 15th place.

Michael Newman  –  11,800,000  (118 bb)
William Rincon – Eliminated in 15th Place  ($7,311)

After the hand, Newman said, “I’ve played at a lot of tables in my life, and this is the toughest table in history. Write that down — toughest table in history.”

About halfway thru Level 28, with 14 players remaining, the average chip stack is about 4.4 million (44 big blinds).