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A total of 901 players joined the action on Day 1B of the 2021 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Event #68: $1,111 Little One for One Drop. By the time the play was halted, only 297 of them were left standing. Leading this whittled-down group to Day 2 is Trent Wilt (516,200), with David Tran (501,600) and Seongmin Lee (461,700) not far behind.
Counting the 143 Day 1A qualifiers, a total of 440 players have already secured a seat on Day 2. Day 1A chip leader, the three-time circuit ring champion
Mukul Pahuja (518,300), continues to command the overall chip lead with one starting flight left to play out.
Sanjay Sharma (36,800) was the only Indian player advancing through Day 1B. He will be joining fellow countrymen Kunal Patni (86,100) and MPL Poker ambassador Dhaval Mudgal (33,700), who qualified from Day 1A on Day 2 on Thursday.
Among the other notables advancing to Day 2 include the two-time bracelet winner Athanasios Polychronopoulos (266,300), Dylan Wilkerson (129,200), Landon Tice (119,000), and Sam Razavi (44,200).
The Little One for One Drop charity tournament has already logged in 1,389 players, with more players to join Day 1C that starts at 3 PM (local time) on Wednesday, November 10.
Day 2 takes place on Thursday, November 11, 1 PM (local time,) with the survivors of all three flights converging to play ten 60-minute levels.
Top 10 Chip Counts at the End of Day 1B
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