Day 4 of Event #75: $1,111 Little One for One Drop is set to commence at 2 p.m. local time as 26 hopefuls return to play to vie for a WSOP Bracelet.
The chip leader to start the day will be Michael Shanahan of Indiana who brings 13,465,000 in chips with him to the table, which is good for 67 big blinds. He will have a target on his back as right behind him in second place is Brekstyn Schutten (11,305,000). Schutten is looking to win his first career WSOP Bracelet which would cap off a very successful 2021 in poker for him as he won a record breaking WPT tournament for $1.2 million in April.
Scott Ball and David Jackson are two of the top stacks will be gunning for their second WSOP Bracelet. Ball won his maiden bracelet early in the 2021 WSOP when he conquered a field of 604 in Event #25: $5,000 6-Handed No-Limit Hold’em for $562,667. While Jackson took his bracelet down in the online WSOP events on GGpoker in September.
|1||Michael Shanahan||United States||13,465,000||67|
|2||Brekstyn Schutten||United States||11,305,000||57|
|3||Scott Ball||United States||10,550,000||53|
|4||Mathew Solitro||United States||8,500,000||43|
|5||David Jackson||United States||8,180,000||41|
|6||Derek Gregory||United States||7,310,000||37|
|8||Petro Zakusilov||United States||7,040,000||35|
|9||Ronnie Ballantyne||United Kingdom||7,000,000||35|
Other notables who will take to the felt today in the final three tables include; Sorel Mizzi (6,686,000) who will be looking for his first bracelet after having come close with second place finishes on two other occasions. Isreal’s Ori Hasson (5,960,000) and Oscar Alache (3,225,000) of Chile.
Play is likely to go all the way down to a winner today and PokerNews will be there step by step to the conclusion.