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...

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  • This text highlights the success of Brazilian poker player Yuri Martins, who achieved three final tables on GGPoker and earned the most cash at PokerStars through the Titans event. Another notable achievement is Renan Bruschi’s win in the $1,050 Sunday High Roller on PokerStars, with fellow Brazilian players securing second and third place.

  • This text highlights the success of Brazilian poker player Yuri Martins, who achieved multiple final tables in various tournaments. He notably won the bronze medal and $49,211 at the Titans event on PokerStars. Additionally, other Brazilian players such as Renan Bruschi and João Mathias Baumgarten also had impressive performances in PokerStars tournaments, showcasing the country’s strong presence in the poker world.

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