On Saturday at the 2014 WSOP, 102 players was whittled down to nine in Event #62: The $1,111 Little One for One Drop and it would be Jackduyph Duong that would end the day as the chip leader with 3.18 million in chips. Close behind in second place was Eric "Basebaldy" Baldwin who ended the day with 3.14 million with Vimy Ha not far behind in third with 2.825 million.
The day was filled with tense poker action that saw Baldwin down to the felt early on but hitting a seven to best aces and then go on a key end of the day run winning two big pots against 12th place finisher Maurice Hawkins, including one hand where the two players both held ace-king but Basebaldy would hit a diamond flush to deliver a crippling blow. Duong also had some tense moments, getting aces against Brandon Eisen's kings only to see Eisen flop a king. It looked like Duong was headed out the door but an ace on the river would change all that and Duong would finish the day as the chip leader.
We're expecting more great poker today, with play resuming in less than an hour. Here is the full final table seating assignments and chip counts:
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