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Event #61: $1,111 "Little One for One Drop" No-Limit Hold'em

Little One for One Drop Down to 14


The Little One for One Drop began its third day of play with 128 players. After ten levels of play just 14 advanced to the fourth and final day.

Leading the charge for the $645,969 first-place prize and WSOP gold bracelet is Jason Caulk with close to seven million chips.

Among those still stacked are Paul Hoefer (6,355,000), Chris Hunichen (5,205,000), Senovio Ramirez III (4,165,000), John Reading (4,545,000), and Mario Lopez (4,305,000).

Those who cashed on Day 3 but did not survive include Matt Stout, David Paredes, Men Nguyen, Craig Mccorkell, and Jonathan Little. Play will resume at 2 p.m. friday with plans to put the final table of nine on the WSOP live stream once they get there.

Tags: Craig McCorkellDavid ParedesJonathan LittleMatthew StoutMen Nguyen