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Felipe Mojave enters final day of WSOP Event 12

Felipe Mojave enters final day of WSOP Event 12

A few hours after Tauan Naves lost in the Mystery Millions FT, Felipe Mojave continued the Brazilian’s good run at the WSOP heading into the final day of Event 12: $5,000 NL Hold’em Freezeout. He is now just 3 BBS behind CL Jeremy Eyer.

Mojave was alone in the lead for most of the second day, even tripling the stack of the closest opponent. The rise of the Mojave Desert began after the ITM bubble burst. Holding two aces, he doubled his stack against Venezuela’s Julio Delgado, who was left with very few chips.

Rafael Moraes, on the other hand, retired in 45th. Team PokerStars Pro won a total of $13,793.

On final day, Mojave will join two former champions of the series, pros Yuval Bronshtein and Jinho Hong, in search of his first gold bracelet.

Play will resume at 18:00 (Brasilia time) with blinds of 40,000/80,000 and ante of BB. Check the number of chips:

1. Jeremy Eyer (USA) 4,420,000

2. Felipe Ramos (Brazil) 4,155,000

3. Ronald Minnis (USA) 3,215,000

4. Ivan Galinek (Croatia) 3,190,000

5. Christina Gollins (USA) 2,965,000

6. Jeffrey Halcomb (USA) 2,825,000

7. Shiva Dudani (USA) 2,645,000

8. Nozomu Shimizu (Japan) 2,450,000

9. Jesse Lowness (USA) 2,335,000

10. James Vecchio (USA) 2,050,000

11. Aaron Kosenberg (USA) 1,820,000

12. Nathan Lassler (USA) 1,405,000

13. Yuval Brownstein (Israel) 1,355,000

14. Jinho Hong (South Korea) 1,280,000

15. Adekunle Olonoh (USA) 670,000

16. Henrik Brockmann (Germany) 305,000


1. $649,550

2. $401,460

3. 287.106

4. $208,158

5. 153.032

6. $114,102

7. $86,300

8. $66,226

9. $51,769

10-11. $40,769

12-13. $32,720

14-15. $26,667

16. $22,077

Felipe Mojave enters final day of WSOP Event 12

Chad Eveslage Wins WSOP Makers’ Choice Championship, Becomes First Two-Time WSOP Champion of the Season

The most well-rounded player in the world has a first and last name: Chad Eveslage. He finished first in both Dealer’s Choice tournaments at the 54th World Series of Poker. Dealer’s Choice asks contestants to test their skills in 20 different games.

Eveslage’s first win came in Event 5: $1,500 Dealers Choice 6-a-side. He took home $131,879 for beating 455 players. Just four days later, the Indiana native repeated the feat in Event 10: $10,000 Dealer’s Choice 6-Hand Championship. The American was the first out of 115 players to claim $311,428.

Eveslage’s bracelet victory continued the WSOP tradition of at least one player leaving Las Vegas with multiple bracelets. The streak started with Chris Ferguson in 2000. Last year’s two-time winners were Dan Zack, Lawrence Brandt and Espen Jorstad.

Eveslage now has a real-time revenue MTT of over $7.9 million. In addition to three WSOP titles, he cracked two WPT events. All five victories have come within the past 20 months.

Renato Nomura wins big at PokerStars

The PokerStars Tournament had many Brazilian players happy this Sunday. With the launch of the site’s most prestigious series, SCOOP, many names have appeared on the platform’s tables, and some players have been able to take advantage of the biggest day of the week to top up their bankrolls. One of the highlights of the day was Renato Nomura.

The pro, who runs a “renaton” account on the site, had a solid finish at the SCOOP final table and ended the session full. Nomura finished fourth in the $1,050 Event #33-H after competing with 620 entrants. For this, he left $31,641 in the account. Renan Aziz, aka “Aziz.Mancha” is another person featured in the FT. He finished sixth and took home $18,053.

The regular tournament on the PokerStars main event is also getting a good boost thanks to SCOOP. Well done Brazilian. In the traditional $55 HR Mini Bounty Builder, player Marco Romanino, “Mestre Roma” beat 6,841 players to win the title for $30,039.

Back to SCOOP, $530 Event #42-H of the series has a Brazilian duo in the finale. Ace Dalton Hobold “daltonhb” finished third out of 659 entrants with $16,758. Caíque Sanche’s “KaikeSilva” finished fourth, but he took home $20,159 for prize money.

Poker personalities pay tribute to Doyle Brunson

Sunday was a sad day for the poker world. Doyle Brunson, one of the most famous figures in the history of the sport, has died at the age of 89, causing a rare stir in the community. Considered by many to be one of the biggest names in poker today, the American left a lasting legacy among us, and his departure has sparked emotions among many poker stars.

10-time WSOP champion, “TexDolly” with a long history. Leaving a legion of fans, not just in his native America. But just the opposite. Doyle Brunson was a well known and respected face around the world and the loss of such an important figure will never go unnoticed.

Because of this, some of the top figures in the poker world have begun to commemorate the stories and memory. For example, the likes of Daniel Negreanu, Phil Galfond, Erik Seidel and Andre Akkari took to the stage to pay tribute to the legendary player.

Below you can see some messages left by characters in the game. You can see in them how beloved Doyle Brunson is. His legacy will be eternal.

Daniel Negrianu:

“The Legend

There won’t be another Doyle Brunson

Doyle is @RadioAmanda’s favorite player

Many will miss him, godfather of poker #RIPDoyle”


There will never be another Doyle Brunson

Doyle is @RadioAmanda’s favorite player

This will be missed by many, godfather of poker #RIPDoyle

— Daniel Negreanu (@RealKidPoker) May 15, 2023

Andre Akali:

RIP Doyle Brunson, the greatest legend in the history of our games ! The only opponent I actually asked for a photo with was when he sat at my table!

— andre akkari (@aakkari) May 15, 2023

Jennifer Tilly:

” RIP #DoyleBrunson. I’ve had the pleasure of playing with him many times. He has a wicked sense of humor and always puts a smile on my face. Even when he’s bluffing me, he’s a brilliant way of doing it And did, so I consider it an honor that he took my chip. #Legend”

Rip #DoyleBrunson. I have had the pleasure of playing with him many times. He has a wicked sense of humor and always puts a smile on my face. Even when he bluffed me with a hand, he did it in such a good way that I thought he would be honored to take my chip. #legend

— Jennifer Tilly (@JenniferTilly) May 15, 2023

Liv Berry:

“Man, a very sad day for the poker world with the passing of Doyle Brunson. WAR The Man of Poker – the greatest icon in the game, he was at the poker table Probably more time than anyone in history. Rest in peace sir”

Man, what a sad day for the poker world after the passing of Doyle Brunson. The WAR Poker Man – The ultimate icon of the game, he has probably spent more time at the poker table than any other person in history.

RIP sir ❤️

– Liv Boeree (@Liv_Boeree) May 15, 2023

Philippines Helmut:

“Poker lost its greatest legend today:


He used his game, His award winning book “The Super System” and his great style and grit have inspired three generations of poker players. Doyle always plays hard: this guy absolutely hates to lose!!! Doyle rules the Las Vegas high stakes cash 50 years of gaming!!! Doyle was married to the love of his life, Louise, for 62 years. Farewell – and rest in peace – from the most popular poker player in history…”

Poker lost its greatest legend today: @TexDolly. He has inspired three generations of poker players with his game, his award-winning book The Super System, and his great style and grit. Doyle always played hard: this guy absolutely hates losing! ! ! Doyle dominates high stakes cash games in Las Vegas  …

— phil_hellmuth (@phil_hellmuth) May 15, 2023

b>Eric Seidel:

“Sad day. We lost @TexDolly, the most famous player in poker history, His legacy will live on forever. I was inspired by his enthusiasm and ability to maintain a high level until his 80th birthday. It’s the end of an era.

Not a happy day. We lost the most famous player in poker history, @TexDolly, whose legacy will live on. I am inspired by his passion and ability to maintain such a high level in the 80’s. This is a The End of an Era

– Erik Seidel (@Erik_Seidel) May 15, 2023

Brian Hastings:

“While I don’t always enjoy talking about poker to people who don’t play poker, I’m always happy to say, ‘I played with Doyle Brunson’ when asked if I’ve ever played with a celebrity ! ‘. I also found his acuity amazing for his age. RIP”

While I don’t always do it, I do enjoy making small talk about poker with people who don’t play poker. One thing I always like to say The thing is, “I played with Doyle Brunson! “When asked if I’ve played with any famous people. I also found his acuity to be unbelievable for his age. RIP

– Brian Hastings (@brianchastings ) May 15, 2023

Phil Galfond:

“I was lucky enough to sit at his table and have the opportunity to really Understand Doyle’s greatness. “Legendary” doesn’t seem to be enough. We can’t use one word to define what Doyle Brunson means to poker. rest in peace.”

I was lucky that I had the opportunity to sit across from him and really get to know the greatness of Doyle.

“Legend” feels Not enough.

We have no idea what Doyle Brunson means to poker.

RIP ♥️

– Phil Galfond (@PhilGalfond ) May 15, 2023

Maria Ho:

“I first met Doyle 15 years ago. He’s cute, funny, and kind. The last time I had the pleasure of playing #poker with him was last year, and that’s how I remember him: as sharp as ever, keeping me going until the end, and impressed by his presence. Legends never die. #RIPDoyle

I first met Doyle 15 years ago. He’s cute, funny and friendly.

I had the pleasure of playing #poker with him last year and this is how I will remember him: as insightful as ever, I was in awe of his presence until the very end. Legends never die. #RIPDoyle

— Maria Ho (@MariaHo) May 15, 2023

Joshua Alih:

“I am forever grateful to Doyle Pokerworld. If he hadn’t moved the game forward, I would never be where I am today. He will always be one of my idols! The world of poker will never be the same! #godfatherofpoker”

I am forever grateful for Doyle’s contributions to the world of poker. Without him, I would never be where I am today. He will always be one of my idols!

The world of poker will never be the same! #GodfatherofPoker

– Joshua Arieh (@JoshuaArieh) May 15, 2023

Justin Bonomo:

This is My favorite photo of mom.

I was about 22 years old at the time. Entering the $50,000 Poker Players Championship – too selfish and too confident to realize what an honor and honor it was to play alongside this legend. RIP

This is my mom’s favorite photo.

I was about 22 years old and was playing in the $50,000 Poker Players Championship – too selfish and arrogant to realize what an honor and honor it was to play with Legend

RIP Doyle

— Bonologic (@JustinBonomo) May 15, 2023

Ben Lamb:

“I think the only person I ever took a photo of was because I was surprised to be sitting at the same table as him. RIP Doyle.”

I think the only person I’ve ever photographed is because I’m in awe of being able to sit at the same table as him. Rest in peace Doyle.

— Ben Lamb (@BenbaLamb) May 15, 2023

John Cena:

RIP @TexDolly the legend who made us play poker and made it all possible

Relying on the man who made us all play poker and made it all happen Legendary @TexDolly🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

– John Racener (@racener) 15. May 2023

Eugene Katchalov:

“RIP Doyle, legend of legends. My favorite story about him is that no matter how old he is, never will I meet a poker player with Alzheimer’s disease. These I’ve told other people about this many times over the years because it says so much about the game we all love.”

RIP Doyle, legend of legends my favorite Favorite story about him is that no matter how old he is, he has never met a poker player with dementia. I’ve shared it many times over the years because it says so much about the game we all love.

— Eugene Katchalov (@EugeneKatchalov) May 15, 2023

Donnie Peters:

“Legend. Icon. Hero .Somehow those words seem inadequate because Doyle Brunson was to poker, if you can believe it, even greater. Few have had as much impact on their industry as Doyle. If you’ve ever been exposed to a A deck of cards or a single poker chip, that’s probably because Doyle somehow. The OG of OG. The real “Godfather”. Poker”. Shut up, Doyle.

Legend. Symbol. Hero. Somehow, those words don’t seem appropriate, because Doyle Brunson means much more to poker, if you can believe it. So.

Few have had as much impact on their industry as Doyle. If you ever touch a deck of cards or a poker chip, chances are it’s in… PU7Wu8aWgh

– Donnie Peters 🍕 (@Donnie_Peters) May 15, 2023

Jaime Staples:

“If it wasn’t for Doyle , I will never play poker. RIP, legendary game. #RIPDoyle”

I would never have played poker without Doyle. Rest in peace for the legend of the game. #RIPDoyle

– Jaime Staples (@jaimestaples) May 15, 2023

Ryan Leng:

I’m getting ready for Doyle’s for the last @WSOP event. With only a few tables left at the $10,000 Deuce, Doyle asked if they could take a break. Surely no one would object, so I heard a loud voice: “No! Let that MF’er sit outside!” Yes @ToddBrunson”

I got knocked out on Doyle’s last deep run at @WSOP. With only a few tables left and $10,000 left, Doyle asked Stock if they could take an unscheduled restroom break, I’m sure no one would object, then I listen To a loud voice, “No! Blind that MF’er! “This is @ToddBrunson

– Ryan Leng (@RyanLeng9) May 15, 2023

Scott Seiver:

” When I first played with him, I bluffed $40,000 out of desperation because I had T2o and I wanted to tell him I could beat him with it. ’ As he scooped up the pot, he just looked at me, smiled and said, ‘You know how many people I’ve paid her for this? ”

When I first played with him, I bluffed $40,000 in a dead end because I had T2o and wanted to tell him I Can hit him with it. When he was lingering in the pot, he just looked at me, smiled and said, “You know how many people paid me to do this?

– Scott Seiver (@scott_seiver) 15. May 2023

Melanie Weisner:

“One of the best memories of my career was with Doyle – I started playing in Sitting at the bookstore and reading Super. “System and ended up sitting next to him at Poker After Dark, my first experience of poker on TV. I beat Doyle with T2. “He shot me with his own bullet,” he laughed. ”dir=”ltr”>One ​​of the best memories of my career was with Doyle – I started sitting in the bookstore reading Supersystems, ended up sitting next to him in Poker After Dark, my first A TV poker experience. I beat Doyle with T2. He laughed and said, “Hit me with my own bullets. ”❤️

— Melanie Weisner (@melanieweisner) May 15, 2023

Ari Engel:

“My heartfelt condolences to @ToddBrunson and his family. Much loved and respected in the poker community, Doyle has been playing at the highest level for over 40 years and has raised a strong family. “What an amazing legacy he left for all in the poker community.”

Condolences to @ToddBrunson and his family. Doyle is widely loved and respected in the poker world, playing at the highest level for over 40 years and maintaining a solid family life. What an amazing legacy he left for all in poker

— Ari Engel (@AriEngelPoker) May 15, 2023

Alec Rome:

“Texas Dolly. The godfather of poker. Doyle Brunson. His legacy, from the gaming stories that made him one of the true poker cowboys to his success at the WSOP, will live on forever Go down. Rest in peace.”

Texas Dolly. The godfather of poker. Doyle Brunson.

His legacy, from the gambling stories that made him one of the true poker cowboys to his success at the WSOP, will live on forever.

Rest in peace.

— Alec Rome (@RomeForReal) May 15, 2023

Faraz Jaka:

” Doyle Brunson’s ultimate GG. What a legend. Not just because he was a great player, but because of his unmatched longevity in the game and a kind man.

If anyone Doyle was

All of us in the poker world are very lucky to have such a great pioneer who did everything for the game, most of us will probably never understand how different this industry is

I had the honor of being one of ten pros that Brunson sponsored for his online poker site Doyles Room in 2009-2010, when I was in the epic Player of the Year tournament. Despite this professional relationship and Collaborations are fleeting and whenever I meet Doyle I always have this vibe of loyalty…I just feel like he’s always with him Remember always appreciate any support or work with him You were always in his good hands.

You will always be remembered as one of the best.

Doyle Brunson The ultimate GG. What a legend. Not just because he was a great player, but because of his unmatched game longevity and his character.

If someone is talking about their behavior and treatment of others way, then Doyle is…

— Faraz Jaka (@FarazJaka) May 15, 2023

Renan Bruschi finishes in 6th place in SCOOP Event #39-H

The first big results on Monday have already occurred. On the PokerStars tables, the consistent Renan Bruschi scored another big win with his performance in Sunday’s big SCOOP tournament Titans, Event #39-H of the series.

With a $5,200 buy-in, Renan Bruschi, “Internet93o” from PokerStars, made it to the final table of the event with 164 players and returned to today’s The last day. This time the Brazilian did not fare as well, finishing sixth for $47,280.

At a well-balanced final table, “Nett” had high-profile opponents vying for the tournament title. Rui Ferreira “RuiNF”, Espen Jorstad “Hy2mn2Nikasi”, Pavel Plesuv “silentm0de” and Sam Grafton “SamSquid” were some of the opponents, the latter being the executioner of the Brazilian.

Renan got off to a good start with his decision, managing to increase his stack while knocking out one of his opponents at random. But increasing the blinds ended up shrinking the Brazilian’s stack as he lost to Main Event winner Espen Jorstad and fell into a 17-betting range.

On the very next hand, Renan Bruschi raised from the CO and saw Sam Grafton 3-bet with 6 blinds. “Internett93o” won the pot with his A7 4-bet/all-in but was called by the PokerStars ambassador and found himself in a dangerous position against Grafton’s TT. There was no news on the 43892 board, and the sixth announced the fall of Rennan.

Brunno Botteon shines at Americas Cardroom OSS

The May series delivered big wins for several Brazilian players, and not just on the “big” online poker platforms. At Americas Cardroom, the Online Super Series (OSS) is going wild, and names like Brunno Botteon are already raking in big bucks.

Using his “whatsgoingon” account, local Espírito Santo entered Event #87, US$215 No Limit Hold’em, and did very well. Brunno Botteon was stopped in the decisive heads-up to finish second out of 1,849 entrants. Still making the final table were Brazil’s “Devanir Campos” (3rd – $34,021) and “theOREOguy” (4th – $24,591 ).

Alpha’s Gerson Braga, aka “Bolivia”, represented Brazil in the $1,050 Apestyles Banana PKO with 364 players. 3rd place was eliminated and the pros took home $26,309.

In the $66 Route Championship, 295 people registered and it was ultimately the player running the account “minhapiloca” who was responsible for bringing the Brazilian flag to the top of the podium. The result earned him $19,130.

Scotsman cracks Irish Poker Open after winning PokerStars satellite

The new coronavirus pandemic has forced the Irish Poker Open to reinvent itself. Following partypoker’s online version, the Championship in partnership with PokerStars, and via satellites on the site, Scotland’s David Docherty won his Main Event package.

He then sailed across the Irish Sea to Dublin, ruining the party for the local players. For his unprecedented victory, the pro won €365,000, just over $1.9 million.

The Main Event saw a record 2,491 entrants across four qualifying rounds. As finals day began, Docherty came out of the CL with the bottom five in chips. He came to the FT despite the odds and pulled out at the right time to win.

Leading 2-1 in a duel with Declan Rice, Doherty struggled to finish the last Irishman on the pitch. In the final hand, the Scot found K♥10♥ and called his opponent’s all-in. With J♠2♣ advantage, Rice even took the lead on the flop of 8♥6♣2♦, but the 8♣ turn and 6♠ river sealed his defeat.

A total of €2,428,725 was distributed to 312 participants in the Main Event. Manoel Assunção, the only Brazilian to have completed the ITM race, was awarded €2,235 for his 235th place finish. See how much each finalist earned:

1. David Docherty (Scotland) $365,000

2. Declan Rice (Ireland) €228,700

3. Panagiotis Mavritsakis (Greece) €161,500

4. Tom Waters (England) $124,500

5. Andy Black (Ireland) 95,500 euros

6. Eugeniu Barbaros (Moldova) 73,500 euros

7. Carl Shaw (Ireland) $56,500

8. Henry Ojala (Finland) 43,500 euros

9. Jamie Wynne (Ireland) €33,500

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CardPlayer magazine’s cover featuring Nacho Barbero.

Cover model, Nacho Barbero of CardPlayer

The Argentine is now experiencing a terrific time, so much so that he is included in the main interview of one of the most well-known poker sites in the world.

You can’t stop him. Better than ever before. If winning the LAPT three times wasn’t enough, José Ignacio Barbero also won a bracelet in the World Series of Poker. Perhaps surpassing the accomplishments of yesteryear, the famous Nacho has been setting new records in every game his chips have entered. It should come as no surprise, therefore, that the experts single him out as CardPlayer.

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The 147th episode of these legendary postcasts is narrated by a guy who was born in Campana 41 years ago and has been living in Buenos Aires for the last decade, where he has been the voice of the Poker Tales cycle.

“a world-class card player who toured the globe long before he discovered poker,” is how Barbero is introduced to the reader. As a young adult, the Argentinian learned to play Magic: The Gathering and quickly rose to head the national team.

The next part of the narrative explains that “Barbero, after six years as a Magic pro, made the transition to poker.” In 2010, he had his breakout year, winning the EPT London High Roller for over $900,000 and two of the three Latin American Poker Tour titles he had previously won. In the years following, he has maintained a record of constant success despite taking part in some of the highest stakes cash games in the world.

Recently, Nacho triumphed in the PGT PLO Series.

Barbero’s success on the mat in the last year has been remarkable. He won his first gold bracelet and $587,000 in the World Series of Poker in the summer. Later, in February, he achieved a career-high placing of fourth at the PokerStars Players Championship, earning himself $1.55 million. Barbero is now in first position for Card Player Player of the Year 2023 after his successes in the Triton Vietnam Series, where he won first and second place for a total of $1.06 million, and the PokerGO PLO Series.

The English-language conversation will feature nacho reminiscing about his life as a professional poker player, including his first online poker session, his first live tournament win, his poker sponsorship, how to make live reads, a crypto disaster, his comeback, a big mistake at the final table, and a $500, 000 jackpot from a multiflight lottery.

The first actions you must conduct in Bodog

The first actions you must conduct at Bodog

New gamers to the game may participate in tournaments designed just for them at Bodog. There are more paid tickets available for less money. Have a look at them here.

New poker players often have no idea what a lengthy and arduous journey it takes to make it as a professional player. Yet, if one makes a decent beginning, more players will attempt it and not give up at the first difficulty they encounter. That’s why Bodog developed the Sit & Go Newbie in the first place.

All the standard SNG features are included in these games, but the paytable is adjusted to favor newcomers so as to increase participation. While it’s always nice to watch the bankroll rise, the rewards are naturally smaller than in a standard Sit & Go.

With Beginner, new players may take their initial steps confidently and build a larger bankroll before moving on to Bodog’s other SNGs, which you can learn more about below.


Qualifying events let players to enter larger tournaments with a reduced financial commitment.


This is a faster-paced competition than the average speed tournament. The time it takes for the lights to come on will decrease, and the anticipation will rise. Multi-tabling in this format looks fantastic, too.

For further effect, double this:

The proverbial “fifty-fifty” split. Ten people sit down at a table, but only five of them will leave with some cash if they’ve scored. Avoiding elimination is key to double your money in this competition.

Triple Play:

Similar to the last one, but just a third of participants will need to invest three times as much to win.

Turbo Charged:

These Sit & Go tournaments are Bodog’s quickest options. This event is ideal if you’re short on time yet still want to compete.

Warn You:

A head-to-head confrontation is the pinnacle of drama. Here, not only does money matter, but so does honor.

Sixth place for Ignacio Morón ($250,521) in the Main Event of the GGPoker Super Million$ Week

The flagship tournament on GGPoker’s regular schedule is the main event of Super Million$ Week, the festival that bears its own name. Five wallet-full outfits are guaranteed thanks to the participation of 776 players .

For this particular edition, GGPoker has looked for an equally good commentator, Daniel Cates , who will be able to comment on the matches of Pedro Gragnani, Simon Mattson, Joao Vieira or the Spanish high stakes player, our all-rounder Ignacio . idiot .

As we expected in yesterday’s draft game script, Pedro Garagnani was going to abuse his stack as long as short stacks Joao Vieira and Ivan Deyra remained at the table.

Best of all for us, Nacho Morón was knocked out twice, but our joy was shattered by two rather cruel hands. In the only hand where Ignacio could start with JJ, Nino Ullman reraised all-in with KK, then Garagnani tried to steal with 84s, and the Spaniard called with KQ.

An all-out rage resulted in $250,000 , not bad even for five cases for his usual level of Nacho.

Garagnani was about to end his monologue, but he missed the biggest bluff of the match, allowing Ukraine’s Luybovetsky to take first place. The Brazilian continued to drop in chips until he found himself third in a trio against Luybovetsky and Tomas Jozonis .

Fortunately, Garagnani hit the crucial strike against the Ukrainian and was singled out with his own benefactor. The second prize is already the largest Pedro has ever won in a poker tournament, and it must have been a consolation when Lyubovetsky flopped a triple flop after Pedro called an all-in with top pair .

  1. Andrey Lyubovitsky $1,184,696.
  2. Pedro Galagnani $913,902
  3. “CoronaMyAss” by Tomas Jozoni $705,145
  4. Nino Ullmann “Babsi3000” $544,171
  5. Duco Ten Haven $420,044
  6. Simon Matteson $324,328
  7. Ignacio Moren $250,521
  8. Joao Vieira $193,608
  9. Ivan Deyra “ReCreatineMood” – $149,722

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