Event #71: $1,111 One More for One Drop
Event #71: $1,111 One More for One Drop
Day 1c Completed

India's Neel Joshi Leads After Day 1c of the One Drop

lewispowell2000 • Level 10: Blinds 1,000-1,500, 1,500 ante
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Day 1c of Event #71: $1,111 One More for One Drop No-Limit Hold'em at the 2022 World Series of Poker in its new home at Bally's and Paris Las Vegas attracted 2,713 entries. Those who survived Day 1c will join the 783 survivors from Days 1a and 1b and any players who choose to buy in on Day 2, as late registration is open until the end of level 12 (two levels into Day 2). The field is expected to grow as those who have busted out of the Main Event may opt to join the action.

The overnight chip leader is Neel Joshi (543,000), who, along with Mauricio Parodi (521,000) are the only two players to bag more than half a million chips.

Event #71: $1,111 One More for One Drop Day 1c Top 10 Chip Counts

PlacePlayerCountryChip Count
1Neel JoshiIndia543,000
2Mauricio ParodiArgentina521,000
3Shouyi GaoUnited States444,500
4Tony VoUnited States438,000
5Seyed JafariUnited States436,500
6Shunsuke TsujiiJapan425,000
7Elton KeungUnited States400,500
8Vito DiStefanoUnited States377,500
9Ahmed KarrimSouth Africa376,000
10Peter BodnarCanada365,500

Others who found a bag at the end of 1c include William Kassouf (221,000) as well as WSOP bracelet winners Pat Lyons (69,500) , David "ODB" Baker (156,000) and Jason Wheeler (58,500). They will join Day 1a chip leader Renmei Lui (445,500) and Day 1b chip leader Andre Cohen (456,000) for Day 2, which will take place on Sunday, July 10 at 12 p.m. local time.

Martin Kabrhel was eliminated in one of the last hands of the night as his pocket aces were cracked by his opponent's pocket jacks, which made a straight flush. Other notables who didn't make it to Day 2 include Vanessa Kade, who also busted near the end of the day. Those failing to find a bag can reenter for the first two levels of Day 2.

The structure remains the same today as players will play another ten 60-minute levels. There will be a 15-minute break every two levels and a 60-minute dinner break after Level 16 at approximately 6:30.

PokerNews will provide full updates until the end of the tournament, when a winner will be crowned.

Tags: Andre CohenCatherine ValdesErnest SmithJason WheelerMartin KabrhelMauricio ParodiPat LyonsRami OweraRenmei LuiVanessa KadeWilliam Kassouf

End-of-Day Chip Counts (full)

KaleGozer • Level 10: Blinds 1,000-1,500, 1,500 ante
Neel Joshi in
Neel Joshi
in 543,000 543,000
Mauricio Aruanno Parodi AR
Mauricio Aruanno Parodi
AR 521,000 521,000
Shouyi Gao us
Shouyi Gao
us 444,500 444,500
Tony Vo US
Tony Vo
US 438,000 248,000
Seyed Jafari US
Seyed Jafari
US 436,500 436,500
Shunsuke Tsujii jp
Shunsuke Tsujii
jp 425,000 425,000
Elton Keung US
Elton Keung
US 400,500 400,500
Vito DiStefano us
Vito DiStefano
us 377,500
Ahmed Karrim za
Ahmed Karrim
za 376,000 376,000
Peter Bodnar CA
Peter Bodnar
CA 365,500 365,500
Rami Owera us
Rami Owera
us 356,500
Michael Stephenson (OH) US
Michael Stephenson (OH)
US 354,000 354,000
Charles Thomas us
Charles Thomas
us 347,500
Catherine Valdes us
Catherine Valdes
us 341,000
Juan Linares US
Juan Linares
US 341,000 341,000
Austin McCormick us
Austin McCormick
us 339,000 339,000
Patricia Devine us
Patricia Devine
us 335,500 239,500
Roman Ilin us
Roman Ilin
us 334,000
David Labriola US
David Labriola
US 323,000 323,000
Chase Davis us
Chase Davis
us 321,000 321,000
Raphael Tenenbaum AT
Raphael Tenenbaum
AT 314,500 314,500
Andrew Moreno us
Andrew Moreno
us 307,500 307,500
Claudio Di Giacomo it
Claudio Di Giacomo
it 302,500 122,500
Elia Ahmadian us
Elia Ahmadian
us 301,000 301,000
Ernest Smith us
Ernest Smith
us 298,500

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Selected End-Of-Day Chip Counts

veunstyle72 • Level 10: Blinds 1,000-1,500, 1,500 ante
Mauricio Parodi ar
Mauricio Parodi
ar 521,000 121,000
Rami Owera us
Rami Owera
us 356,500 62,500
Charles Thomas us
Charles Thomas
us 347,500 347,500
Catherine Valdes us
Catherine Valdes
us 341,000 1,000
Roman Ilin us
Roman Ilin
us 334,000 334,000
Ernest Smith us
Ernest Smith
us 298,500 298,500
Jae Wook Shin kr
Jae Wook Shin
kr 285,000 285,000
Gurpreet Lubara CA
Gurpreet Lubara
CA 279,000 279,000
Lee Kyung Min KR
Lee Kyung Min
KR 273,500 273,500
Ronan Nally ie
Ronan Nally
ie 261,000 261,000
Yusef Yusufov us
Yusef Yusufov
us 258,000 258,000
Stephen Frakes us
Stephen Frakes
us 246,000 46,000
William Kassouf gb
William Kassouf
gb 221,000 70,500
Christophe Panetti ch
Christophe Panetti
ch 215,000 215,000
John Horsley US
John Horsley
US 201,500 201,500
Jeremy Eyer us
Jeremy Eyer
us 185,500 185,500
Houston White us
Houston White
us 182,500 182,500
Nicolas Burtin fr
Nicolas Burtin
fr 181,000 -29,000
[Removed:371] FR
FR 176,000 176,000
Antonin Teisseire fr
Antonin Teisseire
fr 173,500 142,500
Romain Nussman fr
Romain Nussman
fr 165,000 125,000
David "ODB" Baker us
David "ODB" Baker
us 156,000 121,000
Kathy Liebert us
Kathy Liebert
us 155,500 155,500
Ren Lin cn
Ren Lin
cn 149,000 149,000
Allyn Shulman us
Allyn Shulman
us 135,000 65,000

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Taieb is Live Again

veunstyle72 • Level 10: Blinds 1,000-1,500, 1,500 ante
Roger Taieb
Roger Taieb

Action was caught on a {5-Spades}{8-Diamonds}{9-Hearts} flop. Aaron Van Blarcum bet 8,500 and Roger Taieb raised all in.

After some consideration, Blarcum made the call and Taieb was at risk.

Roger Taieb: {10-Spades}{9-Spades}
Aaron Van Blarcum: {7-Clubs}{5-Clubs}

The dealer completed that board with a {2-Spades} turn and {q-Spades} river and Taieb was able to survive to double up.
On the very next hand, a short stack player pushed his last 12,000. Taieb was the only one to call.

Opponent: {k-Hearts}{9-Diamonds}
Roger Taieb: {5-Hearts}{5-Diamonds}

The board came {j-Diamonds}{10-Clubs}{7-Diamonds}{2-Diamonds}{7-Spades} and Taieb eliminated a player. Two hands ago he was all in and at risk and now he's up to 100,000.

Aaron Van Blarcum us
Aaron Van Blarcum
us 110,000 110,000
Roger Taieb fr
Roger Taieb
fr 100,000 100,000

Tags: Aaron Van BlarcumRoger Taieb

Kassouf Entered Level 9, Like A Boss

veunstyle72 • Level 10: Blinds 1,000-1,500, 1,500 ante
Will Kassouf
Will Kassouf

While the Main Event is still on the bubble, William Kassouf was seen with a good stack in this tournament.

"I just registered on level 9, like a boss, and here I am". He said.

The Englishman already has 150,500, but was actually more disappointed about the Main Event: "I busted so close to the money."

With this One More For One Drop tournament, Kassouf has another shot to score his first cash at the 2022 WSOP.

William Kassouf gb
William Kassouf
gb 150,500 150,500

Markowich Doubles

lewispowell2000 • Level 10: Blinds 1,000-1,500, 1,500 ante

PokerNews joined the action on the turn with the board {8-Hearts}{6-Clubs}{2-Clubs}{8-Diamonds} and 45,000 in the middle.

Action checked to Dov Markowich in the cutoff who moved all in for 39,500. Markowich covered his mouth with his shirt. His opponent in the hijack went deep into the tank before the clock was called to the table. He eventually made the call.

Dov Markowich: {10-Diamonds}{10-Spades}
Hijack: {6-Spades}{5-Spades}

The hijack had two pair but it was not as strong as Markowich's. The river was no help as it came the {a-Diamonds} to give him the double up.

Dov Markowich ca
Dov Markowich
ca 125,000 12,200

Tags: Dov Markowich