24 Indians progress to Day 2 of Little One for One Drop

Posted On 09 Jul, 2019 0

Everyone's focus and attention are firmly on the Main Event that we tend to forget that other bracelet events are also being contested at the 2019 World Series of Poker (WSOP). One of them is Event #75: $1000 +$111 Little One for One Drop, which recently completed the third of its three starting flights in Las Vegas.

Day 1C saw a participation of 3,200+ entries, which took the overall count of 6,246 entries for the tournament. While there were Indian players bagging from Day 1A and 1B, the biggest contingent of 13 Indian survivors came from Day 1C. They progressed among 1,267 runners from this flight, and all will resume today on Day 2. Indian origin Nipun Java also progressed with 162k chips.

Aditya Systla bagged a stack of 184,600 chips, making him the largest stacked Indian from Day 1C. However, it will be Rahul Byrraju who goes into Day 2 with the biggest stack from Team India, taking a bag of 248,500 chip forward from Day 1B. Last year in this event, Aditya Sushant made a magnificent run to end in 11th place. This year however, he isn’t among the survivors.

Indians progressing to Day 2:

  1. Rahul Byrraju - 248,500
  2. Aditya Systla - 184,600
  3. Shashank Jain - 179,300
  4. Sanjay Sharma - 175,400
  5. Vivek Rughani - 166,600
  6. Karan Radia - 167,100
  7. Akash Malik - 116,500
  8. Madhav Gupta - 114,300
  9. Nishant Sharma - 107,100
  10. Jasven Saigal - 90,000
  11. Kunal Punjwani - 85,500
  12. Dhaval Mudgal - 76,900
  13. Muskan Sethi - 71,200
  14. Kunal Patni - 63,600
  15. Ankush Agarwala - 62,600
  16. Raghav Bansal - 59,200
  17. Kalyan Chakravarthy - 57,600
  18. Chirag Patel - 41,700
  19. Deepak Bothra - 41,200
  20. Ashish Ahuja - 37,300
  21. Naresh Veeravalli - 32,300
  22. Meherzad Munsaf - 31,500
  23. Satchit Kapur - 30,000
  24. Aditya 'Bitti' Agarwal - 26,600

Coming back to Day 1C, it was Nikolay Fal who ended the night as the chip leader with 437,000 chips. Other notables to progress include Shaun Deeb (222,100) and recent bracelet winner in the Seniors Event, Howard Mash (154,700). Previous Main Event winners Jamie Gold (147,000) and Greg Raymer (120,000) also survived the day.

Day 1C top 10 chip counts:

  1. Nikolay Fal - 437,000      
  2. Darren Attebery - 368,000
  3. Unknown - 368,000         
  4. Kenneth Golden - 359,600           
  5. Bruno Desimoni - 358,000            
  6. Richard Murnick - 346,200
  7. Brett Mueller - 343,700
  8. Dragos Trofimov - 340,300           
  9. Timothy Sheehan - 340,100         
  10. Wayne Keller - 338,500

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