Hand #75: Bin Weng Wins the WPT EveryOne for One Drop ($2,227,054); Scott Baumstein Finishes as the Runner-Up ($1,503,988)

Jul 14, 2023

Bin Weng Wins the WPT Everyone for One Drop
Photo:  WPT EveryOne for One Drop Champion Bin Weng

HAND #75  –  Bin Weng (pictured above) completes the small blind to 500,000, and Scott Baumstein (pictured below) checks his option in the big blind.

The flop comes Diamond 9Heart 7Diamond 4, Baumstein bets 500,000, Weng raises to 1,500,000, and Baumstein calls.

The turn card is the Heart 5, Weng bets 3,000,000, Baumstein moves all in for 11,500,000, and Weng quickly calls with Diamond 7Club 7 for a set of sevens.

But Baumstein turns over Club 8Diamond 6 for a nine-high straight. Baumstein needs his hand to hold to stay alive.

The river card is — the Spade 4, and Bin Weng wins!

Bin Weng Wins WPT Everyone for One Drop

Scott Baumstein finishes as the runner-up, earning $1,503,988.

Bin Weng wins the WPT EveryOne for One Drop, earning $2,227,054, a WPT trophy, and a Wynn trophy in the shape of Wynn Las Vegas.

Congratulations to Bin Weng!

1st:  Bin Weng  –  $2,227,054
2nd:  Scott Baumstein  –  $1,503,988
3rd:  Niko Koop  –  $1,872,438
4th:  Freddy Heller  –  $956,000
5th:  Dominik Nitsche  –  $700,100
6th:  Tom Cannuli  –  $524,500

Scott Baumstein
Photo:  Runner-Up Scott Baumstein

Note: When the field was down to the final three, the players negotiated an ICM deal to even out the remaining payouts while still competing for the title, the trophy, and nearly $400,000 to the eventual champion.

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