The 2016 World Series of Poker has come to an end with the final gold bracelet event finishing up with Michael Tureniec earning the first place win. The final event on the 2016 World Series of Poker schedule was the Little One for One Drop, which had a buy-in of $1,111. This event is the smaller version of the larger One Drop which is a benefit tournament for the One Drop charity.
For this year’s Little One event, the tournament saw 4,360 players competing with Tureniec outlasting the field and earning his first gold bracelet with the win. Tureniec was able to arrive on the final day of the tournament in the 7th positon in chips with only 12 players left to compete. It seemed as though Calvin Anderson would claim the win, but in the end Tureniec would establish a chip stack to take down the first place win.
When heads-up play began, it was Anderson and Tureneic left to battle it out for the title win. It would take 70 hands for the event to see the final hand. Tureneic gained the chip lead and on the final hand had a Q-J suited spades which he raised with on the button to 1,075,000. Anderson decided to move all in with 11,000,000 and Tureniec called. Anderson held the lead with K-10 off-suit but the flop showed J-9-2 which gave Tureniec the lead.
The 3 of hearts on the turn plus the 4 of diamonds on the river was no help to either player so Tureniec would earn the win with a pair of jacks. The Little One event was a great success and combined with the results of the High Roller version of the event, players raised just over $1.2 million for the charity.
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