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Charity poker Little One for ONE DROP event attracts 4,555 entries.
Phil Hellmuth makes a brave attempt but finishes in sixth as the ONE DROP Foundation benefits to the tune of over $3 million.
John Gale gave Britain its first bracelet of the series, but the media was focused on Phil.
Charitable donations catching on in the poker world.
Former One Drop Entrant charged, puts up $50 million in collateral while under house arrest.
The Little One for One Drop is well under way & Bryn Kenney looks set to make his third final table of the Series.
Poker is a “very dark game,” says Colman.
Phillip Hui won bracelet number 1 against an experienced final table.
The biggest tournament prize of the year, $15.3 million goes to the 23 year old internet pro.
After turning 90, legend Henry Orenstein shows that the old guard can still compete.