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Level 28: 50,000/100,000 with a 100,000 ante
Players Remaining: 14 of 4,508
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 , and he needed to improve to stay alive against the of Devond Marshall in the big blind.
The board came — 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)
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 . Turner turned over , and he needed to improve to stay alive.
The board came — 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 . Rincon turned over , and he needed to improve to stay alive.
The board came , 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).