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sabato 1 ottobre 2016

One Drop announces Monte Carlo poker tournament schedule

One Drop, one of the world's leading organizations dedicated to sustainable access to safe water, along with Group Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer and Caesars Interactive Entertainment today announces the release of the full tournament schedule and structures for the Monte-Carlo One Drop Extravaganza taking place at The Monte Carlo Casino, Monaco from 13-17 October, 2016 to raise funds for the charity.

For the full list of tournament structures, click here and for the official tournament schedule, please visit the website.

What's more, 35 players to date are confirmed to play in the headlining event, The Big One for One Drop Invitational, which will begin at noon on Friday, 14 October and will feature the largest buy-in poker tournament ever held – 1,000,000 euros. With €111,111 from each entry going to One Drop, and no other fees deducted for event operations, €888,889 from each buy-in goes directly into the prize pool. That is a staggering €31,111,115 up for grabs, with the expectation that these figures will grow when the final field is solidified and re-entries are tallied. In addition, the winner will receive one of the world's most valuable sporting trophies, a ceremonial bracelet hand-crafted in platinum by famed jeweler Richard Mille.

As an additional resource, as of today, those interested can sign up at the YouStake website to facilitate the investment process. YouStake is the first online marketplace that allows fans to invest in their favorite skilled games and sports players while sharing in the winnings.

"The Monte Carlo One Drop Extravaganza is fast approaching and with 35 recreational players already confirmed to play, and many re-entries predicted, the Big One is in real good shape," says Guy Laliberté, Founder, One Drop. "I want to remind players that there are still seven other tournaments and cash games, including a one million euro cash game, to be played during the week at what promises to be the biggest charitable poker event ever held, with proceeds going to One Drop."


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