The Little One for One Drop
The Little One for One Drop™ is an official WSOP gold bracelet event with a US$1,111 buy-in. From each buy-in, US$111 is donated to One Drop. Each tournament raises about US$500,000 for One Drop, and draws an average of about 4,500 players, with 4,391 players having attended the inaugural event in 2013; from its very first year, The Little One for One Drop instantly became the biggest charitable poker tournament ever held.
One Drop has been WSOP’s Official Cause Partner since 2012: we’ve joined forces to raise awareness and funds for safe water and hygiene initiatives through innovative poker events. Three of our WSOP events have become well-established and highly anticipated international tournaments: The Big One for One Drop (a US$1-million buy-in tournament), The High Roller for One Drop (a US$111,111 buy-in tournament), and The Little One for One Drop (a US$1,111 buy-in tournament).
100% of all donations and net proceeds from The Little One for One Drop events go directly to fund One Drop projects. This is possible thanks to Guy Laliberté’s financial commitment to personally cover all of One Drop’s administrative costs.