Scott Ball captures his second WSOP bracelet
Some poker players have won their first WSOP bracelets this year, while others managed to capture as many as two trophies.
One of such lucky players is Scott Ball from the United States. The other day, he took down the WSOP 2021 Event #68 Little One for One Drop worth $1 111 to win his second gold bracelet as well as $396 440.
It's worth noting that Event #68 had an impressive field of 3 797 participants and as a result, a $3 800 790 prize pool was formed.
Another US player Michael Shanahan became a runner-up, which brought him $245 060 in prize money. Famous Canadian poker pro Sorel Mizzi took third place, earning $186 820.
Event #68: $1 111 Little One for One Drop Final Table Results
|1||Scott Ball||USA||$396 440|
|2||Michael Shanahan||USA||$245 060|
|3||Sorel Mizzi||Canada||$186 820|
|4||Sebastian Medina||Colombia||$143 390|
|5||David Jackson||USA||$110 820|
|6||Ronnie Ballantyne||UK||$86 240|
|7||Petro Zakusilov||Ukraine||$67 590|
|8||Seth Fischer||USA||$53 340|
|9||Frank Marasco||USA||$42 380|
The tournament ended after Michael Shanahan decided to 4-bet all-in preflop with A♣-8♥ Scott Ball called the bet with Q♣-Q♠, and it was an easy call. The board showed 8♦-K♥-3♦-K♦-2♣, and Ball emerged victorious as a result.
Overall, 570 poker players got in the money. The minimum prize money accounted for $1 770.