Asi Moshe may have won a bracelet a few days ago, but he won't be completing in the Little One for One Drop.
Moshe held and his opponent . An ace on the flop left Moshe drawing thin, but a king on the turn gave him a glimmer of hope. However, a on the river only rubbed salt into Moshe's wound and he headed for the exits.
"I'm on my third bullet," Brian Pinkus told us as we passed by his table. "I'm going to go all Daniel Negreanu and enter like 40 times," Pinkus continued, referring to Negreanu's strategy in prior years when low-buy-in reentry tournaments were more prevalent at the WSOP.
Ludovic Geilich has turned in 4,000 starting stack into a huge pile worth 14,000. The hyper aggressive Scottish pro could end the day with a six-figure stack or he could be gone before the end of the next level.
Tristan Wade's Little One for One Drop was short and not so sweet and he is now heading out of the Brasilia Room.
Wade got his chips in during a blind-versus-blind situation and had very much the best of it, his crushing the of his opponent. The flop kept Wade in front, but the on the turn left him drawing to the two remaining kings in the deck. The on the turn wasn't one of them and Wade busted.