Event #68: $1,111 Little One for One Drop
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Day 1c of Event #68: $1,111 Little One for One Drop No-Limit Hold’em Begins Today at 3 p.m. local time

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Welcome to Day 1c of Event #68: $1,111 Little One for One Drop No-Limit Hold’em of the 2021 World Series of Poker at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. Play gets underway on Wednesday, November 10th at 3:00 p.m local time.

Player’s who register for $1,000 will receive 20,000 tournament chips, for an additional $111 donation to One Drop Foundation players can add an extra 20,000 tournament chips.

The One Drop Foundation, founded by poker enthusiast Guy Laliberte has been proudly supported by the World Series of Poker for the last nine years.

In 2019 this event raised an impressive $693,428 for One Drop, breaking all previous records. Its mission is to provide sustainable access to water, sanitation, and hygiene for communities in need all over the world.

Little One for One Drop Previous Winners

YearWinnerCountryFirst prizeEntries
2013Brian YoonUnited States$663,7274,756
2014Igor DubinskyUkraine$637,5394,496
2015Paul HoeferGermany$645,9694,555
2016Michael TureniecSweden$525,5204,360
2017Adrian MorenoUnited States$528,3164,391
2018Wei GuoliangChina$559,3324,732
2019James AndersonUnited States$690,6866,246

Day 1a drew 490 entries with only 143 players making it to Day 2. Leading Day 1a is Mukul Pahuja with 518,300 in chips. Fernando Pahuja (428,000), Poorya Nazari (377,500), Steven Stolzenfeld (376,200), and Jorge Briones (319,500) round out the top five players who bagged big on Day 1a.

Day 1b drew 901 entries with only 297 players making it to Day 2. Leading Day 1b is Trent Wilt with 516,200 in chips. David Tran (501,600), Seongmin Lee (461,700), Evgeni Tourevski (401,400), and Quirin Heinz (386,100) round out the top five players who bagged big on Day 1b.

Day 1c will play a total of 10 levels with each level lasting 60-minutes each. There will be a 15-minute every two levels. Late registration will remain open until level 12 which is two levels into Day 2.

Stay tuned for more coverage of this event and the entire 2021 World Series of Poker from the PokerNews Live Reporting Team

Tags: Adrian MorenoBrian YoonGuy LaliberteIgor DubinskyJames AndersonMichael TureniecMukul PahujaPaul HoeferPoorya NazariQuirin HeinzSeongmin LeeTrent WiltWei Guoliang