A total of $499,056 was raised for the One Drop charity in the $1,111 Little One for One Drop at the 2014 World Series Of Poker and the 102 hopefuls remaining chase an even bigger payout with the payday of $637,539 for a first-place finish.
Leading the field is Charbel Azzi (514,000) as only player above half a million in chips, but not too far behind are Alexander Ziskin (480,000), Julian Parmann (471,500) and Matthew Lapossie (458,000).
Other notables include Eric Baldwin (298,000), Sergio Castelluccio (291,500) and Salvatore Bonavena (255,000) from Italy, 2014 bracelet winner Asi Moshe (252,500), Joep van den Bijgaart (249,500), Maurice Hawkins (236,000), Sunday Million champion Jose Carlos Garcia (234,500), EPT champion Michael Tureniec (219,500), Brian Pinkus (215,000), Kevin Eyster (191,500) and Brett Shaffer (190,000).
Tony Cousineau has scored his ninth cash at the 2014 WSOP and will be among the short stacks when play resumes at 1 p.m. Las Vegas time in the Amazon Tan section. The blinds restart at 3,000-6,000 with a running ante of 500 and the PokerNews live reporting will deliver all the crucial action on our way to crown another golden bracelet winner.