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Christopher Staats Leads Final 14 in Event #68: $1,000 + 111 The Little One for One Drop No-Limit Hold'em
Day 3 of Event #68: $1,000 + 111 The Little One for One Drop No-Limit Hold'em ended with the 14 players still alive and looking to become the next Little One for One Drop champion. The remaining players are guaranteed a minimum cash of $29,490 but all have their sights on the $559,332 top prize and the prestigious gold bracelet.
It’s Christopher Staats who will be returning in pole position tomorrow, Thursday July 12, for Day 4, bagging up a stack of 6,715,000 million in chips.
Staats surged to the top with some late wins, including a huge double up against Richard Douglas. The pair got all the chips in on the river on an board showing for two a straight. Douglas, holding two pair sixes and fours, called Statts' all-in river shove only to discover the latter had hit the straight holding pocket eights.
Among the big stacks who bagged on Day 3 are also Erwann Pecheux (6,495,000), Richard Cox (5,250,000), François Tosques (4,675,000) and Sung Joo Hyun (4,400,000). Justin Liberto, chipleader at the beginning of the day, will also return for Day 4 with a stack of 2,140,000 to try to catch the second gold bracelet of his career.
There were 125 players that began the day with a bag out of the 1,007 initial entries this year. Some bracelet winners and notables faces were lost along the way such as James Calderaro (56th for $8,284), Benjamin Moon (57th for $8,284), Alexandru Papazian (61th for $8,284), Arkadiy Tsinis (71th for $6,909), Norbert Szecsi (77th for $5,813), Jeff Gross (88th for $4,935), 888poker Ambassador Dominik Nitsche (91th for $4,227), Georgios Sotiropoulos (99th for $4,227) and three-time bracelet winner Dutch Boyd (110th for $3,654).
The action will pick up again at 12pm local time, and will play down to a winner. There will be a 15-minute break every 2 levels and a 60-minute dinner break after six levels (≈ 6:30 p.m.).
PokerNews will have all of your updates then, including hand-for-hand coverage of the final table, so be sure to come back and enjoy the action!
|Room||Table||Seat||Player Name||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|Amazon||430||1||Paul Byrne||United Kingdom||2,780,000||28|
|Amazon||430||3||Richard Douglas||United States||1,690,000||17|
|Amazon||430||4||Christopher Staats||United States||6,715,000||67|
|Amazon||430||5||Richard Cox||United States||5,250,000||53|
|Amazon||431||2||Sung Joo Hyun||South Korea||4,400,000||44|
|Amazon||431||5||Justin Liberto||United States||2,140,000||21|
|Amazon||431||9||Jon Hoellein||United States||900,000||9|
|Sung Joo Hyun||4,400,000||1,225,000|
Richard Cox opened to 235,000 from the cutoff and Mike Shin moved all in for 1,800,000 from the small blind. Cox made the call and the two turned over their hands with Shin at risk.
The flop came down in the favor of Shin as the dealer flipped over , giving Shin a pair of sevens and taking the lead. The turn was the and Cox now took a commanding lead. When the hit the river, it was Cox with the best hand and Shin was sent to the payout desk.
On a blind versus blind situation, Aditya Sushant raised from the small blind and Josue Aguirre moved all in for a total stack of 1,365000. Sushant quickly called to create the following showdown:
Aguirre was in bad shape for a double up, and the flop gave him some hopes, but a and a completed the board to eliminate him from the tournament.
The board showed , Richard Douglas checked from the big blind to Christopher Staats who bet 600,000 into a pot of around 900,000. Douglas made the call and the river fell the .
Douglas checked to Staats once more, who moved all in for around 1,900,000. After several minutes of thought, Douglas made the call and Staats instantly turned over for a rivered straight. Douglas shook his head as he threw into the muck.
Justin Liberto on the button started the action with a raise to 160,000 and François Tosques in the small blind three-bet to 570,000. Erwann Pecheux thought about his move for some time before opting for a four-bet for 1,100,000.
Liberto quickly folded and Tosques tanked for a few minutes before ending up folding his hand reluctantly.
Onur Unsal moved all in for around 1,350,000 and Daria Feshchenko made the call, players turned over their hands with Unsal at risk.
The flop came down great for Feshchenko as the dealer fanned out and Unsal would now need a queen. The turn came the and Unsal would still need a lady. The on the river was of no help and Unsal was eliminated by Feshchenko
The board read , Guoliang Wei checked from the big blind position to François Tosques who bet 180,000 and Wei check-raised to 400,000.
Tosques made the call and the turn came the . Wei moved all in for 875,000 and after several moments of thought, Tosques hit the fold button and Wei pulled in the pot.