The first day of the most expensive tournament in poker history has come to an end. Not less than 48 brave (and rich) players entered the $1,000,000 buy-in tournament The Big One for One Drop (Event #55 - No-Limit Hold'em).
After 9 levels of play, the first day came to an end with 37 players (players that were eliminated on the day included, for example, Jens Kyllönen, Jonathan Duhamel, Paul[...] Read more » 2012 WSOP: Brian Rast leads the $1,000,000 buy-in tournament
Joined: May '08
Age: 33 (M)
yep daniel is close to gone- a bit surprised by elky and grinder- those two usually make lot deeper, and considering the amateurs who are in the tournament just for fun- they went too aggressive too early imho, to lose a million in one tourney probably is not a very cool feeling- unless you were staked for majority of the buy in
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 38 (M)
Phil Helmut in 2nd, Gus Hansen in 5th followed by Sam Trickett, Ben Lamb, Mike Sexton and Tom Dwan all with almost 6k chips, it’s still early stage to start defining favourites. These guys are all very good, not counting the others that i didn’t refered, and they are all concentrated in the same objective: to get the most possible from this event.