Day 2 Completed
Day 2 Completed
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. Michael Del Vecchio took the overnight lead and remains the only player over the one-million chip mark headed into Thursday's Day 3.
The money bubble burst part way through the day and those making the money but not Day 3 included Fatima Moreira de Melo, Leo Margets, Michael Mizrachi, and Andy Frankenberger.
Those returning with a shot at the WSOP bracelet and $645,969 first-place prize include Andy Spears (970,000), Jonathan Little (449,000) and Men Nguyen (522,000). Play will resume at 2 p.m. local time Thursday.
Just over 1,000 players remain from the 2015 World Series of Poker Event #61: $1,111 "Little One for One Drop" No-Limit Hold'em. A field of 4,555 entries was generated on Day 1, and leading the pack into Day 2 is Chilean Nick Yunis. The total entries were up for this event by 59, which is a welcomed increase to the event.
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Day 2 Started