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‘Rodrigo27’ from Argentina tops the standings

Rodrigo27″ from Argentina defeated former champion “MOtazo” from Bolivia to win the opening match of the Latin American League.

Third place went to another Argentinian “gmelchior” for $36. Made a total of 20 rebuys and got a $150 stack, a great opportunity to add to your bankroll. We remind you that only the top 50 on each date will earn points for the Monthly Leaderboard.

But this is just the beginning, our Latin America competition will continue this week with 2 FREEROLLS QUALY on Tuesday & Thursday 22:00 – 21:00 – 20:00 – 19:00.

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LATAM LEAGUE 3 – $300 GTDBuy: $1 | Repurchase: 1 | Sunday, August 27 20:30 – 19:30 – 18:30 – 17:30.

“chic life” wins 2M Supremo from SPS and earns R$167,000

This Sunday the 20th, The World’s Biggest hosts another 2M Supremo with an entry fee of only R$ 550. “vida chique” beat 2,540 entrants in Event 16-H of the Suprema Series to win the title and R$167,455.

In Event 91-L: 55 Reals Big Plus 1M GTD, the winner just called. After winning, his bankroll increased by R$ 95,353. There were 6,227 entrants in the competition.

Meet other champions:

Event 63-M: R$150 Battle HR (869 participants)

1. Ranking – “ToDubai” R$ 20,006

Event 93-L: R$ 75 Supreminho (1,564 participants)

1st place – “ValterBranco” R $16,489

“chic life” wins 2M Supremo from SPS and earns R$167,000

This Sunday the 20th, The World’s Biggest hosts another 2M Supremo with an entry fee of only R$ 550. “vida chique” beat 2,540 entrants in Event 16-H of the Suprema Series to win the title and R$167,455.

In Event 91-L: 55 Reals Big Plus 1M GTD, the winner just called. After winning, his bankroll increased by R$ 95,353. There were 6,227 entrants in the competition.

Meet other champions:

Event 63-M: R$150 Battle HR (869 participants)

1. Ranking – “ToDubai” R$ 20,006

Event 93-L: R$ 75 Supreminho (1,564 participants)

1st place – “ValterBranco” R $16,489

Marco Garcia Finishes 2nd at WSOPC Grafton Event #9

Marco Garcia 2nd in WSOP Circuit Grafton Monster S...

The talk of the WSOP Circuit Casino in Grafton, California was the performance of Canadian Ari Engel, who won two rings in two days and is tied for the most ring wins. It wasn’t long before the news became so important for Brazil. Marco Garcia of the USA was eliminated in Event #09.

Event #09 is one of the most important tournaments in the field, a $400 Monster Stack. The competition lasted three days and had 696 participants. Garcia, from the state of Goiás, finished second and took home a whopping $25,683. He was one opponent short of taking home his first career WSOP Circuit ring.

According to Hendon Mob, this is Marco’s most important result in a live race. All of his winnings have come from tournaments in the US, and his total live cashes are currently $52,659. Marco was second in chips when the Monster Stack final table was formed, and the final matchup was “logical” too, with the chip leader eventually crowned champion.

The Brazilian’s opponent was American Albert Tapia, who won the final with two pair. Names like Joseph Mussat, Eric Wallach, Jesus Capuz, Akbar Sarraf, Chun Wong, Daniel Lowery and Jeffrey Walsh were involved in the decision.

Albert Tapia Stops Brazil Party & Raises $40,950

Marco Garcia 2nd in WSOP Circuit Grafton Monster S...

Talin Vasconcellos breaks KK and quits FT in WSOP Online Event 1

Talin Vasconcellos breaks KK and quits FT in WSOP...

As the WSOP Online begins, Brazil sends three players into the tiebreaker of Event 1: $108 NL Hold’em Bankroll Bounty Builder. Talin Vasconcellos had his sights set on the coveted gold bracelet but was injured below deck and went down minutes later. Overall, the prize money for ninth place is $8,492.

Talin’s opponent is Or Nezer, an Israeli pro who won an $85.50 tournament less than 100 days ago for millions. This time he had to claim three outs to claim the bounty from the Brazilian.

With blinds at 300,000/600,000 and an ante of 75,000, he raised to 1,200,000 straight from the button. Nezer then defended the big hand and 3-bet to 4,200,000. Tallinn again raised the action count to 7,200,000. Nezer, owner of 27,172,649, responded with a five-bet all-in. Talin called and showed 12,672,886 with K♠K♣. Nezer dominated the A♠Q and hit the A♦J♥3♠A♥2♠ board directly.

Poor defeat puts Nezer at the top of the tournament. To win his first bracelet in 2023, he must beat two other Brazilians, pros Gustavo Dias and Guilherme Franco. In addition to the prize money, the winner will receive $31,329.

Talin Vasconcellos breaks KK and quits FT in WSOP...

Bianchini did it again: he wins CAP Santa Rosa again

Bianchini did it again: he wins CAP Santa Rosa aga...

Leandro Biancini is revered more than ever as the absolute lord and master of the pampas. That Monday morning, El Pitu won the CAP Santa Rosa Main Event, the fifth event of the Argentine Poker Tour season, repeating what he had already accomplished back in April feat.

Just over four months ago, Bianchini had already won the Main Event at the same Casino Club, the second year at the Para des, and now he’s doing it again in a tournament, the first of which featured four races, a total of 289 entrants, and $215,000 in prize money.

The total pot was $51,572,050, split among the top 41 players, although only 13 finished on the podium. In heads-up play on the final day, Bianchini defeated Gabriel Lo Valvo and remained heads-up despite being close to 5-1 in chips.

Somit El Pitu, who had a solid season, earned $11,933,772 in trophies and prize money, while Lo Valvo earned $7,581,091. Pedro Palacios took the podium for $5,311,921.

Bianchini did it again: he wins CAP Santa Rosa aga...

Renan Meneguetti Wins $250 Main Event at WSOP Online

Renan Meneguetti Wins $250 Main Event at WSOP Onli...

The Brazilian played hard at the WSOP online tables on Monday the 21st. Renan Meneguetti is the $250 Main Event winner. By defeating 599 opponents, the pro earned $20,893.

In the $54 Bounty Hunter Daily Deepstack, “GOAT7” took first place out of 5,320 participants and added $23,684 to his bankroll.

In Event 57: Super Monday Prelims $2,500, GGMillion$ midweek, “neneco2468” exited the 3-a-side title fight for $22,196.

In the $88 CRAZY EIGHTS 8-a-side event, Cayo won “cayao_aju” Chagas on the podium and $10,085 for eliminations.

Renan Aziz is also present on the site. The TempoRuim account owner won the Gold Medal and $10,026 in the $108 Bounty Warmup. There were 616 participants in the tournament.

Renan Meneguetti Wins $250 Main Event at WSOP Onli...

Yuri Martins and Renan Bruschi Join PokerStars Event

Yuri Martins Takes Bronze at PokerStars Titans; Re...

Yuri Martins has put in a lot of work wherever Grind Sunday goes. The Brazilian poker leader made three final tables today on GGPoker. However, the result that brought the most cash for the Brazilian was at PokerStars. The 9Tales player made the most of the most expensive tournament yet.

TheNERDguy ventured into the top 65 field at the Titans event with a $5,200 buy-in. In the end, the star won the bronze medal with a single shot and pocketed $49,211. Yuri joined his friend Rodrigo Selouan “SELOUAN1991” in the tiebreaker. He finished fifth and won $27,607.

Juan Pardo Dominguez “Malaka$tyle” won $83,582 after a small heads-up battle with David Yan “MissOracle”. The New Zealander finished second for $69,844. Another big tournament on the PokerStars grid saw a Brazilian doubles, featuring two stars from the state of Rio Grande do Sul.

Renan Bruschi, “Internett93o”, was the big winner in the $1,050 Sunday High Roller (August to Max, Progressive KO) for $26,863. Second place went to João Mathias Baumgarten “joaoMathias” for $16,239. The podium was all green and yellow, with Pedro Fernandez “phcrf” third with $10,499 in his pocket.

Yuri Martins Takes Bronze at PokerStars Titans; Re...

Ramon Kropmann tries Mystery Bounty on EPT Barcelona

Ramon Kropmanns Qualifies for EPT Barcelona's €10,...

The much-anticipated EPT stage kicked off in Barcelona on Monday (21st). One of the events in the series is the €10,200 Mystery Bounty, where Brazil, led by Ramon Kropmanns, have embarked on a crucial high-stakes final. The Midas team star was the only national representative to get chips.

The first day of the Mystery Bounty saw 56 participants, 30 of whom advanced to the next stage of the competition. Kropmanns amassed 163,000 chips and is 15th in chips in the qualifiers. The tournament chip leader is Maher Nouira of Tunisia with 745,000 in chips.

Those in the running are Daniel Rezaei (499,000), Kayhan Mokri (336,500), Aliaksandr Shylko (237,000), Paul Newey (214,500), Sam Grafton (189,500) and Conor Beresford (153,000). , Casimir Serre (137,000), Nacho Barbero (118,500), Nico Kupp (117,000), Francisco Benitez (96,500), Eric Seidel (95,500) and Henry Casper (70,500).

Felipe Boyanovski and Denis Ramos left parts, but did not develop further. Numbers are not final as registration will remain open until the end of the second blind stage the next day. The Mystery Bounty will continue at 08:30 Brasilia time with blinds of 1,500 / 3,000.

Ramon Kropmanns Qualifies for EPT Barcelona's €10,...

“SuperCAYO” Crava HighS from the Supreme Series of Poker

In a very busy time for the Suprema series, “SuperCAYO” is on the road to success after finishing on the podium in Event 20-H: R$2,500 HighS 250K GTD. First out of 112 entrants, he took home R$51,817 out of a prize pool of R$288,200.

The “tedibrei” on the other hand did well in the event 71-M: 250 Reals Combat HR 250K GTD. He won R$37,116 by defeating 1,059 opponents.

View other results:

Race 19-H: R$ 550 Mini HighS 100K GTD (272 participants)

Winner: “TuMariD0” R$ 32,069

Event 21-H: R$ 550 Omax HR 50K GTD (84 entrants)

Winner: ” Jan Willem” R$20,887

Event 109-L: R$75 Battle 100K GTD (1,538 participants)

Championship: “Necromancer” R$16,935

Event 73-M: R$110 Mystery 60K GTD (58 participants)

Championship: “NeverLost” R$14,462

Event 108-L: R$ 12 plus 50,000 GTD (2,415 participants)

Championship: “Shock Dart” 8,550 R$