The second starting flight of the $1,111 Little One for One Drop will get underway at noon Las Vegas time and the starting field is expected to be bigger than the 1,942 entries of yesterday's flight. Jason Wheeler was among the notables to bag up a top five stack with 71,500 in chips, but ultimately it was Cuong Van Nguyen to finish on top with 91,000 last night.
As was the case on Day 1A, a total of eight levels of 60 minutes each will be played and unlimited reentries are available until the end of Level 6. All players who who were eliminated yesterday are welcome to join the action today. Meanwhile, from each entry $111 will be donated to the One Drop charity whose purpose is to help ensure drinking water is available to all.
In 2013, Brian Yoon walked away with $663,727 after defeating a 4,756-entry strong field and that number is likely to be beaten. Join the PokerNews live reporting to find out who will become the next bracelet winner at the 2014 World Series Of Poker within the next three to four days.