Last Six Standing in WPT's Million-Dollar Big One for One Drop
One of the brightest and most expensive poker events of the year continues in Vegas, which brought together famous high rollers at the tables. After the first day of the game, 14 participants remained in the ranks, and Phil Ivey could not even make it to the second day.
Now, after the second playing day, the field of the $1M Big One for One Drop tournament has been reduced to just six participants. Each of the players paid $1,000,000 to participate in this tournament, but only four of them will receive prize money. The minimum payout is $1,200,000. The maximum is $7,100,000.
Fighting for this money on the final day will be:
Dan Smith was able to maintain his status as chip leader. At the moment, his winnings in offline events amount to almost $50 million, and he is seriously aiming to add to this amount the prize money for first place in this tournament.
On the second day, GGPoker room ambassadors Fedor Holz and Jason Koon played in this event. However, they failed to reach the final six. Koon's result was tenth place. And Holz is now rooting for Mario Mosboeck, who is his good friend.
We met 10 years ago when @mariomosboeck was still playing pro football and I started my poker career— Fedor Holz 🐧 (@CrownUpGuy) December 19, 2023
Now he feels like a brother to me and we play a million dollar buy-in together
Life can be crazy! 🔥 pic.twitter.com/7OxfDN3JH1