Bin Weng Wins First WPT® EveryOne One Drop Award

Bin Weng Hopes to Win $2,227,054 in WPT® EveryOne...

LAS VEGAS, Nevada (July 14, 2023) – Bin Weng has won the inaugural World Poker Tour® tournament at the Wynn in Las Vegas in association with the One Drop Foundation. Weng defeated WPT DeepStacks champion Scott Baumstein on Friday night for the top prize of $2,227,054.

“At the end of Day 3 yesterday, I was the other chip leader with 6 chips left at the final table. To be honest, I didn’t sleep well last night because I was so excited ” Weng said when presenting the awards to the winners. “I don’t know what to say right now. I mean I’m very, very happy and right now I’m very grateful to have achieved so much in such a short period of time.”

The $10,500 buy-in attracted a total of 1,676 participants across three departure flights. Generated a total of $16,257,200 in prize pools, with cash distributed to the top 210 winners and raised $335,200 for the One Drop Foundation to support their cause of sustainable access to clean water and sanitation to ensure Facilities and Sanitation in a Community Facing Extreme Weather

When the field was reduced to three, the players negotiated an ICM agreement to double the remaining prize money while continuing to compete Titles, trophies and nearly $400,000 in prize money. The ultimate champion. Baumstein was second for $1,503,988 and Niko Koop was third for $1,872,438. Ahead of them are Freddy Heller (4th – $956,000), WPT Champion Dominik Nitsche 🇩🇪 (5th – $700,100) and Tom Cannuli (6th – $524,500).

Bin Weng Hopes to Win $2,227,054 in WPT® EveryOne...

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