WSOP Little One for One Drop draws 4,746 entrants

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Jul 05, 2013 Posted in Poker News | No Comments »

wsop 2013Yesterday I explained my reasoning as to why the Little One for One Drop tournament might see a smaller turnout on Day 1b than the 2,233 entries that played on Day 1a of the event. Well it turns out I was both right and wrong: I was wrong in that Day 1b exceeded the Day 1a turnout, but I was right in couching my thoughts, and saying it “might” eclipse the Day 1a turnout.

By the end of the rebuy period the tally for Day 1b stood at 2,523 players, putting the final number at 4,746 for the tournament. The 588 players who survived Day 1b will now be combined with the 432 survivors from Day 1a when the tournament resumes on Friday.

The massive filed of players produced one of the bigger prize-pools of the 2013 WSOP, at nearly $4.3 million, with $663,727 set aside for the winner of the tournament. Here is a look at the full payouts for the Little One for One Drop tournament:

* 1st place: $663,727

* 2nd place: $408,264

* 3rd place: $295,433

* 4th place: $218,771

* 5th place: $163,340

* 6th place: $122,933

* 7th place: $93,269

* 8th place: $71,311

* 9th place: $54,960

* 10th -12th place: $42,675

* 13th -15th place: $33,387

* 16th -18th place: $26,324

* 19th -27th place: $20,931

* 28th -36th place: $16,779

* 37th -45th place: $13,526

* 46th -54th place: $11,000

* 55th -63rd place:$8,988

* 64th -72nd place: $7,405

* 73rd -81st place: $6,163

* 82nd -90th place: $5,179

* 91st -99th place: $4,366

* 100th -162nd place: $3,723

* 163rd -225th place: $3,167

* 226th -288th place: $2,739

* 289th -351st place: $2,354

* 352nd -423rd place: $2,054

* 424th -495th place: $1,797

Another winner will be the One Drop charity, which received $111 for every entry into the tournament, for a grand total of $526,806.

Here is a look at the chip-leaders from Day 1a:

1. Mikolaj Zawadzki – 85,225

2. Paul Spitzberg – 74,525

3. Liv Boeree – 67,675

4. Benjamin Taylor – 64,300

5. Kfir Nahum – 63,425

6. Amir Ali Etemad Saeid – 63,000

7. Kevin Saul – 61,150

8. DNR – 61,150

9. Akash Malik – 57,400

10. Thomas Lutz – 56,750

Here is a look at the chip-leaders from Day 1b (unofficial):

1. Suraj Dutt — 90,125

2. Philip Meulyzer — 86,950

3. Humberto Brenes — 67,750

4. Bryn Kenney — 58,000

5. Bryan Piccioli — 56,700

6. Henry Van Tran — 56,250

7. Antonio Esfandiari — 53,000

8. Senovio Ramirez III — 51,500

9. Gaetano Buda — 50,000

10. Richard Dubini — 49,800

*Resources: www.wsop.com

 



Leave a Reply

High Stakes News

Promotional News

Latest Ignition Poker tournaments
The good thing about Ignition poker tournaments is that you have the c …
Read more

Poker Night In America Debuts New Live Poker Show Featuring Celebrities
Poker Night in America is introducing a new poker show format on CBS, …
Read more

PokerStars Celebrates French-Spanish Shared Liquidity With FRESH Tournament
French and Spanish online poker players are now able to share liquidit …
Read more

PokerStars Rebrands Turbo Championship Of Online Poker (TCOOP) Into 2018 Turbo Series
PokerStars, the biggest online poker website in the world has hosted i …
Read more