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2015 46th Annual World Series of Poker

Tuesday, June 30, 2015 to Friday, July 03, 2015

Event #61: The Little One for One Drop - $1,111 No-Limit Hold'em

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  • Buy-in: $1,000
  • Prizepool: $4,099,500
  • Entries: 4,555
  • Remaining: 0

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Friday, July 3, 2015 2:37 PM Local Time

Raffaele Carnevale

Raffaele Carnevale opens with a raise to 225,000 from the hijack. Senovio Ramirez, on the button, three-bets to 550,000.

The action folds back around to Carnevale, and after double checking his cards, he moves all in for about 2,200,000. Ramirez snap-calls and tables   . Carnevale is ahead with   , but a jack falls on the     flop, and Ramirez jumps out front. The turn is the  , giving Carnevale additional outs to a straight, but the river is the   and Carnevale is eliminated.

Senovio Ramirez - 8,200,000
Raffaele Carnevale - Eliminated

Friday, July 3, 2015 2:20 PM Local Time

Dustin Lee

Dustin Lee (above) moves all in from early position and as players begin to fold around the table, Lee says "There's no shame in folding!"

But when it gets to Paul Hofer in the big blind, he flicks in one chip, indicating a call. Lee holds    to Hofer's   . Lee hits the     flop, improving to a set of sixes. The turn is the   and the river is the  , securing the double up for Lee.

Dustin Lee - 1,930,000
Paul Hofer - 5,400,000

Friday, July 3, 2015 2:15 PM Local Time

From the hijack, Stephen Ma moves all in for 1,075,000. The action folds around to Senovio Ramirez, in the big blind. Ramirez takes only a second before he calls and flips   .

Ma needs help with his   . The     flop misses both players and the   is a blank for Ma. The river is the  , giving Ramirez a straight to the nine and eliminating Ma early in Day 4.

Senovio Ramirez - 6,100,000
Stephen Ma - Eliminated

Friday, July 3, 2015 2:10 PM Local Time

Senovio Ramirez opens to 225,000 from under the gun and action folds around to Chris Hunichen in the big blind who calls. The two see the dealer spread a flop of     and Hunichen quickly checks to Ramirez, who continues for 350,000. Hunichen calls and both players watch as the dealer burns and turns the  .

Hunichen again checks to Ramirez and again Ramirez fires a bet, this time to the tune of 450,000. Hunichen calls.

The   completes the board on the river and Hunichen checks for a third time. Ramirez checks back and tables   . Hunichen flashes    before mucking his hand.

Senovio Ramirez III - 5,050,000
Chris Hunichen - 4,100,000

Friday, July 3, 2015 2:01 PM Local Time
The cards are in the air for the final day of The Little One for One Drop.
Friday, July 3, 2015 2:01 PM Local Time
Level: 31
Blinds: 50,000/100,000
Ante: 10,000
Friday, July 3, 2015 2:32 AM Local Time

Jason Caulk

Welcome to the fourth and final day of The Little One for One Drop.

After 128 players entered Day 3 with their sights set on making the final table and playing for the $645,969 first place prize, only 14 players will return for Day 4 with Jason Caulk (above) leading the way with 6,975,000.

WSOP bracelet winners John Reading (4,545,000) and Brett Shaffer (2,315,000) remain in the field. Reading is looking for his second bracelet this summer —he's already won the $1,000 Hyper Hold'em — and Shaffer is looking for his third WSOP bracelet in three years.

Also remaining in the field are Chris Hunichen (5,205,000), Senovio Ramirez (4,165,000), and Stephen Ma (1,100,000).

Players return to the Rio at 2 p.m. Friday and will play down to a winner. The final 14 are guaranteed at least a $32,222 payday.

Be sure to check WSOP.com throughout the day to follow all of the action.