WPT EveryOne for One Drop‘s second inaugural race has begun with a growing list of Latin Armada representatives including Angel Guillen and Fabrizio Gonzalez as a highlight.
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The day before, Damian Salas had entered the qualifying round, and Day 1B this week One played more games with Mexico’s Guillen and the best finish was 33rd with 117,000 in chips. Gonzalez of Uruguay is 41st with 90,500 in chips. 1st Place, Nick Younes, 69. Has 32,000 chips.
A total of 440 were registered, with Joey LeBrun topping the chip leaderboard with 614,000. No. Phase 1C will begin today at 12:00 noon local time and Phase 2 will continue on Wednesday at 12:00 pm.
There will also be a Super High Roller event called WPT Alpha8 with a buy-in of $111,000 and a final table match with the One Drop event Start on the same day. The champion will be chosen live on Sunday.
WPT Everyone One Drop – Day 1B
Buy-In: $10,500Enter: 440Pot: US $10,000,000 Blinds: Level 11 (1.5K-2.5K – Ante 2.5K)
1. Joey Le Brun – 614,0002. Rick Green – 406,0003° Viktor Ustimov – 335,0004° Adam Weinraub – 308,0005 Taylor Wilson—304,5006 Jason Weiner – 280,0007° Sam Laskowitz – 261.5008° Noah Schwartz – 257,0009° Hyunsup Kim – 251,00010. Danny Fuhs – 242,000
33. Angel Gillen – 117,00041. Fabrizio Gonzalez – 90,50069. Nick Younes – 32,000