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Just 129 Remain In The Little One for One Drop

A total of 1,047 players turned up for Day 2 of The Little One for One Drop event, but after ten levels of play just 129 survived.

Mizrachi Hits the Rail

Michael Mizrachi moved all in for his final 3,500 and Jolmer Meelis called his shove from the big blind. Meelis tabled and he was well ahead against , but the flop turned things around when popped up.

Boeken Busts Mizrachi in Crazy Hand

Noah Boeken was busy texting, but we almost missed him as he was hiding behind some huge towers of chips. Upon request Boeken told us about a hand which happened quite some time ago.


We spotted Noah Boeken walking to the cage, ready to buy back in again. Boeken told us he called someone down with on a board of . Unfortunately for the Master Classics of Poker and EPT winner, his opponent had for a full house.

Mizrachi Eliminated and Zinno's Stack Cut Down as De Vries Hits Miracle Card

One of our colleagues from the World Poker Tour blog hasted back to the media room, and told us of a big hand he had just witnessed.

"I Don't Have a Pair Yet!"

As we arrived, a flop of was already out and one player had a black 5,000 chip in front of him, though we're not entirely sure that was the actual bet.

Mizrachi Misses

We just picked up the action when the board showed on which Carlos Lopes da Silva checked to Michael Mizrachi who bet 1,500. Lopes da Silva check-raised to 4,050 and Mizrachi called.

A Clash of Champions

Over on one of the first tables we spotted in the poker room, we noticed two of poker's biggest stars side by side.

Michael Mizrachi Eliminated in 17th Place (€3,800)

Atanas Kavrakov raised to 13,000 and snap-called the three-bet shove of Michael Mizrachi for what looked like 65,000 with  . It was a flip against the   of the American and Kavrakov would emerge victorious on a board of     .

Mizrachi Crippled in Consecutive Hands

After the previous three-way all in, Michael Mizrachi got involved in yet another massive pot. He called a raise to 10,500 by Carl Maertzen and the player in the big blind called as well.

Sergey Minaev Eliminated in 19th Place (€3,600)

Sergey Minaev was all in preflop after a raise and Michael Mizrachi isolated but Atanas Kavrakov didn't go anywhere, putting himself also at risk for 232,500.

Short Stack Trouble

Vitalii Grekul lost about half his stack and joins the shorter stacks whereas Michael Mizrachi distanced himself from the rest of the field again.

Triple Up for Minaev

Ercan Olgun had won a pot off Michael Mizrachi again and then raised to 12,000 from under the gun. Sergey Minaev moved all in for 28,000 from the button and Mizrachi called out of the big blind, so did Olgun.

Tick Tock

Michael Mizrachi raised to 8,000 and called the three-bet of Ivan Luca from the hijack, so did Vitalii Grekul on the button. On the    flop all players checked and Mizrachi bet 25,000 on the turn.

Jam Deluxe

After a raise by Carl Maertzen and Michael Mizrachi as well as Ivan Luca getting involved, they headed three-way to the flop of   . Luca checked from the big blind and Maertzen did so from the cutoff.

Two For Two?!

On the     turn, Carl Maertzen and Michael Mizrachi both committed 25,000 chips to the pot and the completed the board. Maertzen checked and Mizrachi now bet 50,000. "That's a bad river for me, even ace-king now arrived.

Daniele Mazzia is the Bubble Boy

Daniele Mazzia moved all in for 22,500 chips from early position and was called by Michael Mizrachi before Atanas Kavrakov in the small blind moved all in over the top.

Mizrachi (Ab)uses the Bubble

After a raise and a three-bet, Michael Mizrachi and Ercan Olgun got involved into a massive pot post-flop with the community cards reading   .

Naydenov's Second Nuts are no Good

Onur Unsal raised from the button and was called by Simeon Naydenov and Michael Mizrachi in the blinds. On the    flop, Mizrachi bet 8,000 and Unsal raised to 20,500.

The Big Bang Theory

Michael Mizrachi raised to 4,500 and Majid Ejlal Noubarian three-bet to 16,000, which was called by the American. On the    flop, Noubarian led for 20,000 and Mizrachi made it 55,000 to go.