Bin Weng came into the final table with the chip lead and eliminated four of the final nine players en route to the trophy and the $189,800 first-place prize in Event #4: $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em.
Weng sent the players into the money when his nine-eight out flopped the pocket sevens of Event #2 Champion Daniel Negreanu to deny Kid Poker his second cash of the series and take the chip lead.
Daniel Rezaei and Sean Perry were the next to fall in 10th, and 11th place, respectively, and they took home $21,900 after maneuvering their short stacks on the bubble to secure the mid-cash and 22 PGT points.
2021 WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown Champion Brekstyn Schutten would see his tournament come to an end courtesy of fellow WPT Champion Ilyas Muradi when his ace-queen could not run down Muradi’s pocket fives. Schutten took home $21,900 for his efforts.
Benjamin Diebold had the shortest stack in the room for the majority of the bubble play but was able to find himself a pay jump and finished in eighth place for $29,200 when Weng’s king-ten ran down his ace-deuce.
Darren Elias was the next to fall after has his ace-eight run down by the queen-jack of Ren Lin. Lin flopped a pair of queens, and Elias hit the rail in seventh place for $36,500.
A few hands later, Ivan Zufic found himself all-in holding ace-five against the ace-queen of Weng in over a two million chip pot. Both players flopped a pair, but Weng’s queen was in the lead to eliminate Zufic in sixth place for $43,800.
Fresh off his 2022 PokerGO Cup victory Jeremy Ausmus scored his first cash of the 2022 Wynn Millions after navigating the feild to a fifth-place finish for $58,400, eventually falling when his ace-six was out flopped by the ace-king of Weng.
Over an hour later, Muradi would find himself all-in holding ace-three against the pocket sevens of Lin. The board ran out nine-high, and Muradi ended his run in fourth place for $73,000.
Moments later, Tony Tran would find himself all-in from the small blind for his last 600,000, holding nine-three against the five-four of Lin. A nine on the flop looked to give Tran new life, but Lin turned a straight to eliminate Tran in third place for $94,900 and take the chip lead into heads-up play.
However, Lin’s chip lead would be short-lived, as Weng would river a straight shortly after heads-up play began to take the chip lead for good. Weng would move into a commanding with nearly 80% of the chips in play ten minutes later when he picked off Lin on the river holding a pair of aces against Lin’s pair of eights.
The tournament was over five minutes later after Lin got his last 1.2 million into the middle holding queen-jack against Weng’s ace-king. Weng flopped a pair of aces and rivered trips to send Lin to the rail in second place for $138,700.
Wynn High Roller Event #4 Results
|1st||Bin Weng||United States||$189,800|
|2nd||Ren Lin||United States||$138,700|
|3rd||Tony Tran||United States||$94,900|
|4th||Ilyas Muradi||United States||$73,000|
|5th||Jeremy Ausmus||United States||$58,400|
|7th||Darren Elias||United States||$36,500|
|8th||Benjamin Diebold||United States||$29,200|
|9th||Brekstyn Schutten||United States||$21,900|
|11th||Sean Perry||United States||$21,900|
Ren Lin moved all-in for approximately 1,200,000 million, and Bin Weng snap-called.
The board ran out , and Weng rivered trips to eliminate Lin in second place for $138,700.
Bin Weng checked with the board reading and approximately 700,000 in the middle. Ren Lin bet 525,000, and Weng called.
The river completed the board, and Weng checked. Lin bet 1,050,000, and Weng called.
Lin tabled for eight-high, and Weng tabled for a pair of aces to collect the pot and extend his chip lead.
Ren Lin opened to 225,000, and Bin Weng called.
The flop fell , and Weng checked. Lin continued for 200,000, and Weng called.
The dealer burned and turned the and action checked through.
The river completed the board, and Weng bet 575,000. Lin called.
Weng tabled for the rivered straight, and Lin mucked as Weng took the chip lead.
Tony Tran moved all-in from the small blind for 610,000, and Ren Lin used two time extensions before he called in the big blind.
The board ran out , and Lin turned a straight to eliminate Tran in third place for $94,900.
Ren Lin opened to 175,000 from under the gun and Ilyas Muradi three-bet all-in for 1,030,000 from the big blind. “No Gamble, No Future,” Lin said as he called.
The board ran out , and Lin’s sevens held to eliminate Muradi in fourth place for $73,000.
40,000 / 80,000
Big Blind Ante
Ilyas Muradi was all-in for 585,000 from under the gun, and Tony Tran called in the big blind.
The board ran out , and Muradi rivered a straight to double.
Tony Tran was all-in from the big blind for 790,000, and Ren Lin called on the button.
The board ran out , and Tran flopped a pair of aces to double.
Ren Lin limped the small blind, and Bin Weng checked his option in the big blind.
The flop fell , and Lin bet 75,000. Weng called.
The turn hit the felt and action checked through.
The river completed the board, and Lin bet 250,000. Weng mucked, and Lin picked up chips.
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