Monday, November 5, 2018 7:08 PM Local Time
Wes Cutshall Wins $400 Multi-Flight Re-Entry
Wes Cutshall won his first ring in and $107,573 on Monday afternoon in dominating fashion. Cutshall came back second in chips behind Will Berry in the $400 multi-flight no-limit hold'em re-entry, but chipped up early and busted Berry in fourth to give him more than half of the chips in play three-handed. Sergio Ramirez busted to Hien Tieu in third, which left him heads-up at a big chip disadvantage to Cutshall.
It didn't take much longer for Cutshall to dispose of Tieu, a fellow Houston native, in second and take the title for hismelf. The founder of Raiser Clothing line bested a final table that featured Berry, who was going for his third Circuit ring, and Mike Cordell, who was trying to earn his fifth to go along with a WSOP bracelet from the 2016 $1,500 no-limit hold'em six-max event.