The weekend is the perfect time to unwind and enjoy some poker action to both learn and be entertained. A mainstay since 2012, the Little One for One Drop at the World Series of Poker ads charity into that mix, providing clean drinking water for people in need through a poker event that attracts thousands of players every year.

Looking to jump right in without spoilers? Click on this link to watch the final table of this event with commentary provided by David Tuchman and Clayton Fletcher.

This year the Little One for One Drop attracted 4,732 players creating a prize pool worth $4,258,800 and a $559,332 first prize. While on first glance this final table might not have the A-list names you’re used to seeing, but behind every name is a story and at this final table lives will be changed. The chip counts coming into the final table were as follows.

Name Chip count
1 Richard Douglas 9,245,000
2 Guoliang Wei 8,225,000
3 François Tosques 7,640,000
4 Christopher Staats 7,265,000
5 Renato Kaneoya 6,830,000
6 Erwann Pecheux 4,220,000
7 Sung Joo Hyun 3,740,000
8 Jon Hoellein 2,150,000

Other players that ran deep in this event but fell short of the final table included Justin Liberto (14th – $29,490), Christian Pham (19th – $18,669), Dietrich Fast (21st – $18,669) and Kyle Keranen (23rd – $18,669).

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Sung Joo Hyun, 2018 World Series of Poker, Christopher Staats, Erwann Pecheux, Francois Tosques, Guoliang Wei, Jon Hoellein, Renato Kaneoya, Richard Douglas