Day 1c completed
Day 1c completed
Day 1c of Event #75: $1,111 Little One for One Drop is done, and all of the three Day 1 flights are now complete. More than 3,200 entries were registered for Monday’s flight, bringing the total number of entries for the event to more than 5,000 total.
Some of the chip leaders coming out of the Day 1c group include Nikolay Fal, who ended the night with 437,000 chips and sat on one of the biggest stacks in the Brasilia Room for much of the latter half of the day’s play.
Other impressive stacks at the end of the night included Darren Attebery (368,000), Brett Mueller (344,000), Tim Sheehan (340,000), Gerald Riley (315,000), Jonathan Azoulay (304,000) and Jesus Maldonado (300,000).
Other notables bagging at the end of the flight include 2018 WSOP Player of the Year Shaun Deeb (222,100), 2019 $1,000 Seniors No-Limit Hold’em Championship winner Howard Mash (154,700), and a pair of WSOP Main Event champions in Jamie Gold (147,000) and Greg Raymer (120,000).
Leandry Ainonkpo, after bagging 726,600 on Day 1a comes away from the three Day 1 flights as the overall chip leader going into Day 2.
Day 2 will commence on Tuesday, with the restart scheduled for 1 p.m. The remaining field will play 10 hour-long levels, with 15-minute breaks after every two levels and a 60-minute dinner break after the sixth level. Play will resume with Level 11, and the blinds will be 800/1600.
Follow along with the PokerNews live reporting team as the remaining players from the three Day 1 flights all come together in Day 2's seat draw for Tuesday and the field starts to narrow down toward the money and the eventual WSOP bracelet champion.
|DID NOT REPORT 12||368,000|
|Adrien Isaac Cohen Oliver||313,500|
Play has ended for Day 1c, assorted chip counts and a recap will follow shortly.
The clock has been paused at the 10-minute-to-go mark. The remaining players will play eight more hands and then bag their chips for day 2.
Facing a 3,300 open, Yusuf Muhammad went as big as one can possibly go, putting in the all-in three-bet to 110,200.
His opponent commented that Muhammad had already raised him too many times before, with this particular raise being the fourth time according to the opponent. After thinking for a couple of minutes, the opponent folded, showing the before he mucked.
Muhammad claimed to have held pocket fives.
Alex Barill open raised to 3,000 from the hijack and got three bet by the small blind to 13,000. Barill made the call and the players went heads up to a flop of . The pre flop aggressor checked it over to Barill who went all in for effectively 45,000. The small blind slid his stack into the middle and both players turned their cards over.
Barill was ahead but needed to fade some outs on the turn and river; that was until the fell on the turn which had his opponent drawing dead. The meaningless came on the river and Barill scooped up a nice pot.
|John Allan Hinds||200,000||200,000|
With 11,000 already in the pot five players put in 6,300 each on a flop of .
The turn brought another six . Action checked to a player in middle potion who fired 25,000 and got called by the player directly to his left. When it was Gerald Riley's turn to act in the big blind he went all in for 137,000. The original turn bettor folded and the other player called off for his remaining 65,000.
Riley had quads and was already counting the pot before the river was dealt.