Heads-up Sit & Go specialist Daniel Colman is new WSOP One Drop Champion! He is in the final managed to find a measure for the legendary Daniel Negreanu in the ending as the second, and Colman as the winner takes massive $ 15 million. This is a tremendous achievement for the 23-year-old boy, who is relatively new to the live scene, which was his first major success made only in April this year when he won the EPT Super High Roller.
From an eight-member final table of the tournament with buy-in-a million-dollar logically attracts the most attention, the first was eliminated Cary Katz, who ran with pocket eights on Negreanu with the gendarmes. The battle then raged, respectively were eliminated Paul Newey, Scott Seiver, Tobias Reinkemeier and Rick Salomon, and Negreanu was becoming stronger and stronger.
However, when they remained in the trio, together with Christoph Vogelsang, Colman showed how well he cope in a short handed game. In the heads-up, Colman was started by a tiny margin, Negreanu was at one time succeed in controlling the situation, however, Colman is still doctor of the heads-up.
In the decisive hand, Negreanu limped after a raise and pushed all-in with A4 and Colman called with KQ. The Board adopted the Kent to Colman-which meant a great victory.
Ranking and Awards BIG ONE FOR ONE DROP:
1. Daniel Colman – $15,306,668
2. Daniel Negreanu – $8,288,001
3. Christoph Vogelsang – $4,480,001
4. Rick Salomon – $2,800,000
5. Tobias Reinkemeier – $2,053,334
6. Scott Seiver – $1,680,000
7. Paul Newey – $1,418,667
8. Cary Katz – $1,306,607