Day 2 of the One Drop High Roller saw 108 players returning to the tables with Brandon Steven and Tobias Reinkemeier being the only players with over 1 million chips. Steven played did well during Day 2 and will bring 3.1 million chips to Day 3. Reinkemeier, on the other hand, was eliminated in the final stages of the day after losing a massive pot against William Perking (AA vs a set of queens).
Martin Jacobson from Sweden will bring the largest stack (3.2 million) to Day 3 of the tournament. Jacobson will be joined by poker stars such as Antonio Esfandiari (winner of the $1 million buy-in Big One for One Drop last year), Oliver Busquet, Mike Sexton and Phil Laak. Only two of the remaining 26 players need to be eliminated before everyone's guaranteed a minimum payday of $173,723 - with the chance of winning millions of dollars on the final table!
Portions of the entry fees for the One Drop High Roller event go to the One Drop charity organization whose goal is to ensure that everyone has access to clean water. Many players have pledged an additional 1% of their winnings to the charity.
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Am I reading this right that Mike Sexton ios still in this game. I think it would be good to see him place high in one of these WSOP games. I watch him on Club WPT, but I don't like the site as for playing on it.
WSOP 2013 Event #47: $111,111 One Drop High Roller End of Day 3 Chip Counts/Results Place Name Prize - Bill Perkins 14,700,000 - Anthony Gregg 13,900,000 - Chris Klodnicki 12,000,000 - Antonio Esfandiari 9,200,000 5th Richard Fullerton $1,066,491 6th Martin Jacobson $807,427 7th Brandon Steven $621,180 8th Nick Schulman $485,029 Players: 4 (166) Prize Pool: $17,891,148 Average Chips: 12,450,000 | Blinds: 150,000/300,000/50,000 Antonio Esfandiari is just three players away from winning back-to-back One Drop bracelets
where do you get your info from sorin? it's a bit "laggy" lol. The tourney finished hours ago! Anthony Gregg won, Chris Klodnicki 2nd, Bill Perkins 3rd and Antonio Esfandiari 4th.
Posted by Sorin888: Portions of the entry fees for the One Drop High Roller event go to the One Drop charity organization whose goal is to ensure that everyone has access to clean water. Many players have pledged an additional 1% of their winnings to the charity.
1% is proper stingy for such a good cause. If I played this I would be donating at least 10%
The last hand played by Esfandari: Klodnicki opens to 800,000 , Esfandiari three-bets all in, for just shy of 10 million. After about a minute, Klodnicki calls. Esfandiari’s 8 8 takes on Klodnicki’s A 9 for 20 million chips and the overall chiplead. The flop is K 7 6, keeping Esfandiari ahead. He walks away from his seat but not quite to the rail. He looks up to the monitor to see the turn. It’s the 6. Just one card separates him from a new lease on life and a golden opportunity to go for back-to-back One Drop titles. The crowd is hushed as the dealer burns and then deals the river. It’s the A. Esfandiari buries his head in his hands briefly, then embraces each of his three opponents with a stunned look on his face. He collects himself and leaves the stage, collecting $1,433,438 while he wonders what might have been.