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David Einhorn was eliminated from the $1 million buy-in WSOP Big One for One Drop in less than an hour which is a shame since he told PokerListings.com he had pledged 100% of any winnings to charity.
In 2012 Einhorn finished 3rd in this event for over $4.35 million and donated it all to City Year, an organization that helps under-privileged inner-city children. This year he was playing for the Robin Hood Foundation but sadly busted out without earning any money.
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On the bright side, 11% of Einhorn’s, and every other player in the Big One for One Drop, goes straight to charity.