ONE DROPTM, one of the world's leading organizations dedicated to sustainable access to safe water, has just announced that the Big One for One Drop (€1 million buy-in) will return this year as a part of a 5-day high stakes cash game tournament in Monaco.
Casino de-Monte-Carlo will host the event named 'Monte-Carlo One Drop Extravaganza' from October 13-17, 2016. The €1,000,000 Big One [...] Read more » Big One for One Drop Moves To Monte-Carlo!
Wait let me check in my handbag, searching, searching, Hey where is my million? Too bad, forgot it at home, can't play this one.
What I am wondering is how much players will be participating in this awesome tournament?
I have been in Monte Carlo ones and it is very funny that some corners on the streets have this white and red blocks that are always on the edge of a racing track. Didn't went to the casino though. Also there was no race at that moment.
Joined: Mar '14
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Hats off to Guy Laliberté's generosity. I think Laliberté's priority is to raise as much money as he can for One Drop Foundation. He also wants to create a fun and comfortable atmosphere for non-professional players where they are not under the imminent threat of being trounced by seasoned professionals.
Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (Tuesday, July 12, 2016 @ 20:27 GMT)
Joined: Aug '10
Age: 47 (M)
It was a dream to win this fantastic live poker tourney one time in th life! It needs only one nice run with the right hands and moves to the right time, but only the buyin was the first big problem ti realize this chance of a big winning
*Casino de-Monte-Carlo will host the event named 'Monte-Carlo One Drop Extravaganza' from October 13-17, 2016. The €1,000,000 Big One for One Drop Invitational will only be open to businessmen, philanthropic, and celebrity recreational players.* it would be interesting to look at the game of world politics))) at the final table, Putin, Obama, Merkel and Kim Jong-un
Not sure why this self appointed prince of this miniature tax-evasion paradise considers water as a good cause, since soon after the climate change hits hard water will be practicaly everywhere, but who cares, right? After all throwing a really-really good charity party cost upwards of a good six figures sum so they only have to raise a little bit more than that '4 the cause' to make it worth...
Joined: May '08
Age: 33 (M)
hooray for the big one for one drop and it's exceptionally wise move to move to monte carlo, surely they could have founded even better places to move, say one of the secluded, peaceful and democratic villages of north korea, where they would be treated by the warmth of local countrymen and even get some free carrots and beets.