Another decision regarding the WSOP Spring Circuit was made without Brazil participating. None of the six Brazilian players finished in the top 10 of this year’s Hold’em 6-Max tournament heading into Wednesday’s final day of Event 13: $800 NLH.
Renan Aziz is playing for his national team ‘s shining star. The “TempoRuim” account holder made it into the top 15, earning $9,852. Just minutes before Nicolas “Mcdanadinho” Coppini was eliminated, he suffered the same treatment.
Portuguese player Andre Marques tortured the two of them. The Brazilian big man defeated Nicolas’ 104A9A hand with an AJ to 99 flip.
Andre stole everything from Renan in the next round chips. Here’s what happened:
Renan started with a 20,000 ante. The bet is in a game with blinds of 80,000/160,000 and André pays the big blind. Renan called a 270,600 continuation bet on a flop of 8Q9. Andre decided to continue betting to see the 10 on the turn. Andre check-raised all-in while Renan bet 680,600 in the middle of the table. Renan gave KJ 24 BBs and handed over the payment. Andre dominated with K5 and got a 6 on the decisive river.