Championship: Frank Weigel ($60,190) Defeats Harry Binda Jr ($40,070)

$1,100 PPO Championship (Re-Entry)
$200,000 Guaranteed | Structure | Payouts
Level 27:  50,000/100,000 with a 100,000 ante

Frank Weigel

Frank Weigel had a big lead going into heads-up play and only extended it over the first few hands. Harry Binda Jr was down to 425K, moved all in from his button, and Weigel called.

Weigel showed 8d2s and was surprised when Binda Jr told him he was ahead. He shoved with 5d2h and was in trouble.

“Run it clean one more time dealer!” Weigel asked.

The flop came Th4c4s followed by the 2s turn. It looked like a chopped pot, both with fours and deuces, but the Ts river gave them both two pair tens and fours, and their kickers played.

An odd but fun hand to end the PPO Championship with Binda Jr earning $40,070 as the runner-up and Weigel taking home $60,190 for the title.

Final table results:

1st: Frank Weigel – $60,190 + PPO Trophy
2nd: Harry Binda Jr – $40,070
3rd: Vincent Cafone – $29,190
4th: Shane Melert – $21,550
5th: Brett Apter – $16,130
6th: Doug Marro – $12,240
7th: Anthony Bertuccio – $9,410
8th: Bo Gray – $7,340
9th: Aaron Thivyanathan – $5,800

Harry Binda Jr