Bin Weng has been in great form since January and he recently advanced to simultaneous World Poker Tour (WPT) final tables. The Philadelphia resident reached the WPT Choctaw final table on Monday and it will occur on May 26 at HyperX Arena. Still, the poker pro will compete in the WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown final table in the arena on May 25.
Weng will enter the two tables being their stack leader. But, he expects to get stiff competition from his opponents like Jared Jaffee and Erkut Yilmaz.
Weng's Ongoing Stellar Performance
The player won $1 million in January in Borgata and more than $200,000 in February after bagging the World Series of Poker Circuit (WSOPC) ring. Then, he advanced to the Seminole final table a few days ago. Also, he secured a seat in the upcoming Choctaw final table and is eyeing the $400,740 top prize.
Hendon Mob shows that Weng has collected more than $3.4 million in live poker cashes. He stated in a recent interview that he performed dismally late last year as he missed many tournaments including the World Series of Poker (WSOP) series. Yet, he decided to create an aggressive poker strategy that is yielding fruits now.
Weng hopes to continue making larger cashes this year. He initially worked as a chef, manager, and bartender before he began playing poker for fun. Still, he acknowledged the immense support his wife has given him in his poker career.
What Are the Final Table's Chip Standings?
- Bin Weng-8,800,000 chips
- Jared Jaffee-7,225,000 chips
- Mike Vanier-5,300,000 chips
- Dojie Ignacio-4,225,000 chips
- Erkut Yilmaz-3,150,000 chips
- Rusty Farrin-1,900,000 chips
What Should We Expect at the Table?
The WPT Choctaw final table will kick off in Las Vegas on May 26, with Weng leading the pack with 8,800,000 chips. Jaffee, the second player in the standings, has 7,225,000 chips that he collected on Day 3.
These two players have a huge stack margin with their opponents. They struggled for the stack lead for a long while after Brandon Guzman, Day 3's leader lost most of their chips before leaving the tournament in the eighth position with $49,000.
Many people were amazed when Jaffee improved his stack position to be among the top contenders for the WPT Champions Cup. He won his maiden WPT title a decade ago.
The player was happy to get an opportunity to bag another title after reaching several final tables. Even so, it's been a long time since he competed at a televised final table and he is determined to win the event.
Mike Vanier, the 2022 WPT Venetian's runner-up, is third holding 5,300,000 chips. None of the final table qualifiers won't have an acute shortage of chips when its action will kick off.
Rusty Farrin is at the bottom of the standings with 1,900,000 chips or 19 big blinds. but, each of their opponents has more than 30 big blinds.