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...

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  • This text provides a detailed description of the WSOP Online tournament and the progress of Brazilian and Israeli players. It highlights the unfortunate defeat of Talin Vasconcellos and specifies the remaining opponents. Overall, it presents an interesting narrative of the ongoing competition.

  • This text provides a detailed account of a poker tournament at the WSOP Online, with Brazil, Israel, and individual player performances highlighted. It sets the stage for a tense final table showdown with significant prize money on the line.

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