Late registration has ended, and WSOP officials have announced 6,246 total entrants for the $1,111 Little One for One Drop, with 937 making the money. Those players that survive into a payday will get at least the min-cash of $1,500, with the grand prize of $690,686 going to the champion.
This year's event surpassed the 2018 edition of the Little One in attendance and prize money, as last year's event had 4,732 entries and a $559,332 first prize.
After an early position limp, Thomas Taylor was next to act and limped along. Action got around to Nikhil Gera in the small blind who went all in for 43,000. The first limper folded and Taylor made the call.
The flop was no help to Gera . But one of the two remaining sevens came on the turn .
Taylor needed to see a jack or an eight on the river but the completed the board giving Gera the double up.