Scott Ball Wins Second WSOP Bracelet in Event #68 $1,111 Little One for One Drop


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Only 26 players returned today for their shot at World Series of Poker glory and the $396,445 grand prize that awaited the winner in Event #68 $1,111 Little One for One Drop. In the end, it was Scott Ball taking home his second career bracelet as he won his first just a few weeks in Event #25: $5,000 6-Handed No-Limit Hold ’em.

“I told my friends that are here that before the start, I feel like this isn’t the real-life,” said Ball. “It’s like a simulation to be heads-up again for a bracelet in like two weeks. I’ve just worked so hard to get better at No-Limit this past year, so when it peeled off and I won another one, it just didn’t feel like reality. It feels like I’m dreaming, and I’m going to wake up tomorrow and be like, dang, I can’t wait to live that one day.”

Despite the rapid pace of play throughout this multi-day tournament, Ball said he was calm and focused because he had done it before. Ball acknowledged that he likely wouldn’t win the overall WSOP Player of the Year, but he thinks he has a real shot of winning for the No-Limit category.

2021 WSOP Event #51 Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1 Scott Ball United States $396,445
2 Michael Shanahan United States $245,068
3 Sorel Mizzi Canada $186,824
4 Sebastian Medina Colombia $143,399
5 David Jackson United States $110,827
6 Ronnie Ballantyne United Kingdom $86,249
7 Petro Zakusilov Ukranie $67,592
8 Seth Fischer United States $53,343
9 Frank Marasco United States $42,389

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