GGPoker Qualifier Alache Second in Chips Ahead of $1,111 Little One for One Drop Day 32
Day 2 of Event #75: $1,111 Little One for One Drop is complete. By the end of late registration, a total of 3,797 entries made it into the field, and the money bubble burst on the eighteenth level of the day, with 570 players getting paid with first place taking home $396,445 and the WSOP bracelet.
All of those players guaranteed themselves at least a min-cash of $1,779, and by the end of the night the field narrowed down to 229 players. Those survivors will come back Friday, November 12th for the Day 3 restart, which commences at 2:00 p.m.
Matthew Solitro was the end of day chip leader, and is the only player over two million in chips. GGPoker Qualifier Oscar Alache was the Day 1c chip leader, and today is second in chips with 1,980,000.
|1||Mathew Solitro||United States||2,300,000|
|3||David Jackson||United States||1,935,000|
|6||Lingkun Lu||United States||1,590,000|
|7||Chris Vickrey||United States||1,565,000|
|8||Edward Pak||United States||1,475,000|
|10||David Singontiko||United States||1,450,000|
Some of the other big stacks to bag at the end of the night David Jackson (1,935,000), Lingkun Lu (1,590,000), Chris Vickrey (1,565,000), Masaki Nakamura (1,450,000) and WSOP bracelet winner Davide Suriano (1,425,000).
Notable players still remaining in the field include Main Event winner Hossein Ensan (345,000) , Joseph Cheong (510,000), Ori Hasson (1,235,000), and Sorel Mizzi (1,280,000).
The remaining 229 players come back Friday, November 12th at 2:00 p.m. in section yellow in the Pavilion room to play a full day, with 10 one-hour levels on the schedule with a 60-minute dinner break approximately at 7:30 p.m.
Follow along with the PokerNews live reporting team as the $1,111 Little One for One Drop continues.