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Adrovan “gboro2203” Rodriguez takes second place in Hi5 Series Event 7-H

Adrovan “gboro2203” Rodriguez takes second place i...

The country’s grinders suffered a setback at the start of another High Five series. Adrovan “gboro2203” Rodrigues was eliminated heads-up in Event 7-H: $55 NL Hold’em, leaving ACR Poker with $18,265.

Not long after, Gabriel “TraeYoung11” Missel finished fourth out of 1,589 entries in Event 5-H: $215 NL Hold’em, a performance that earned the pro $22,381.

Meanwhile, “cokercrusher” took home silver and $11,171 in the 1-H event: $55 NL Hold’em.

As for the site’s regular tournaments, “BprimAtaD” (4th place) and “ImLuckdonkey” (6th place) took home $19,515 and $10,399 respectively in the $109 Sunday warm-up event .

Also at ACR Poker, Ivan “chickenpastry” Limeira finished third in the $66 Route 66 event for $11,171.

Adrovan “gboro2203” Rodriguez takes second place i...

Princess Love Wins Celebrity Poker Tour Invitational II

Princess Love Wins Celebrity Poker Tour Invitation...

This Thursday, the Celebrity Poker Tour Invitational II takes place at the PokerGO Studio at ARIA Las Vegas. The 73-person venue was packed with celebrities, athletes, business people and content creators. The winner isPrincess Love. In addition to the trophy, she received a $20,000 bonus.

This is the third-best result for singer wifeRay-Jin terms of prize money. Previously, she finished 40th at the 2023 WPT World Championship at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas in December, earning $132,500 (her career-high). She is also at the 2023 StormX Invitational III.

Americans have been participating in several major tournaments for some time.

The 73-player field consists entirely of celebrities, including NFL players such as Calais Campbell, Dalton Kincaid, Austin Ekeler, Keenan Allen, Marqise Lee, Brandon Marshall, Will Levis, Laviska Shenault, Eric Ebron and Aaron Jones .

Poker players Brad Owen, Ethan Rampage Yau and Alexander Wolfgang Poker Seibt were also in attendance. Television stars include Princess Love, Jose Canseco, Bryce Hall, Tana Mongeau and Perez Hilton. Defending champion Qiyu Nemo Zhou was also present.

Things started off well for Princess Love, who managed to land both Eric Hansen and Eric Ebron with a flush that went straight to the bladder. They had to share the eighth and ninth place prizes with Gordie Gronkowski, who was eliminated at the other table at the same time.

After winning the final table, Princess Love advanced to the finals against Keith Smith with an 8 to 1 chip advantage. Smith quickly ended the preflop session with a push all-in with Q 7 against Love’s K 4 . Another king on the board sealed the victory and awarded the title to Princess Love.

Celebrity Poker Tour Invitational II

1. Princess Love – $20,0002. Keith Smith – $10,0003° Tana Monger – $5,0004° Laviska Chenault – $3,5005° Trent Attiyah – $3,0006° Will Levis – $2,5007° Aljaman Sterling – $2,0008° Gordie Gronkowski – $1,3349° Eric Hansen – $1,33310° Eric Ebron – $1,333

Princess Love Wins Celebrity Poker Tour Invitation...

Dennys Ramos returns to top 10 in online reality

Dennys Ramos returns to top 10, now has two player...

On Wednesday, there was a new update to the online poker rankings. The list compiled by the Poker Stake website (formerly PocketFives) contains good news for Brazilian poker. Denis Ramos is back in the top 10, and Brazil now has two players in the top 10 again.

Denis Ramos jumped from 12th to 9th place, leaving behind the likes of Arseny Malinov, Leonard Moir and Anatoly Filatov Behind him. The pro appears in the standings with 7,486 points, just ahead of Malinov, who is currently ranked 10th, and very close to Luis Faria in eighth (7,506 points).

Another Brazilian on the list is Pedro Padilha. The samba partners have maintained a fairly steady pace in recent weeks, remaining in fifth place in the rankings. Padilla has 8,017 points. Among them, Brazilian Alex Shepel ranked sixth with 7,993 points, and Simon Mattsson ranked seventh with 7,978 points.

The top spot remains unchanged. Austrian Roman Hrabek remains on top with 10,592 points. He is followed by Ramiro Petrone with 10,396 points. Frenchman Thomas Santerne is third with 9,146 points. In fourth place is the legendary Niklas Astedt with 8,393 points.

See the full top 10:

1. – Roman Hrabek (Czech Republic) – 10,592 2nd place – Ramiro Petrone (Uruguay) – 10,3963rd place – Thomas Santerne (France) – 9,1464th place – Niklas Astedt (Sweden) – 8,3935th – Pedro Padilha (Brazil) – 8,0176th place – Aleks Shepel (Russia) – 7,9937th place – Simon Mattsson (Sweden) – 7,9788th place – Luis Faria (Portugal) – 7,5069th – Denis Ramos (Brazil) – 7,48610th place – Arsenii Malinov (Russia) – 7,477

Dennys Ramos returns to top 10, now has two player...

Eder Campana scores big win on PokerStars on Thursday

Eder Campana wins $1,050 Thursday Thrill on PokerS...

Eder Campana was once again the Brazilian highlight of the day at the PokerStars venue. Campana won the $1,050 Thursday Thrill title on Thursday, beating out 83 competitors to take home the gold medal and $23,521.

Jonathan Guedes, who uses the account “johnyguedes1” on the site. There were two good results on the platform: second place for the $109 Fenomeno and third place for the $55 Mini Bounty Builder HR. Jonathan has two wins in this tournament and has earned $11,335.

Finally, Thiago Taira “tailones13” in 289th place One of the contestants won a daily cool down contest worth $109. Thursday’s good score boosted his balance by $6,335.

Check out more results from Thursday on PokerStars:

EventPlayerPlacPrice

Bounty Generator 33 US$ “RSak4” 1st Place US$ 4,931 Bounty Generator 109 US$ Raphael Coelho “raphaelvgc” 1st Place US$ 4,918 US$ 320 Daily Supersonic Gabriel Tavares “gtavares10” 1st Place US$ 4,917 Bounty Generator Builder US$ 44 Luca Romano “lucaromanoo1” 1st Place US$ 4,762 Bounty Builder US$ 22 Thiago Silva “tas2pi” 1st Place US$ 3,005

Eder Campana wins $1,050 Thursday Thrill on PokerS...

“raphaelciafa” wins Lightning HU and wins Carnival Series Main Event

“raphaelciafa” wins Lightning HU and wins Carnival...

The country’s grinders ended the Carnival series with a performance worthy of 10 points. In the main event of this tournament, 46-M: $109 NL Hold’em (8-person table, mystery bounty), “raphaelciafa” won the championship after going through a tortuous FT. Including bonuses, he won $70,467.

The battle at the final table continued all the way down to the 5-handed table, before a wild series of hands capped off the action. After falling to last place, Brazilian Guilherme Londe went all-in preflop against “blackprecise” who held A 6♣. Dominated by Q♣7♥, he had no chance on the 10♠8♠K♥3♦5♠ board.

Not long after, “blackprecise” was one card away from “raphaelciafa” and was almost completely shut down. They were less than a big blind apart, and when the card read 3♣4♦6♣J♠, they put their chips in the middle of the table. With 10♣5♣ against J 4♠, “raphaelciafa” found one of his outs on the river 2♣ and entered heads-up play with the advantage.

Despite the balance, the duel was decided in just a few minutes. Check out the last hand:

With blinds at 7,000,000/14,000,000 and an ante of 1,750,000, “FitoPaez” min-raised before “raphaelciafas” 3-bet to 56,000,000. After the first 8♣4♣5♦ flop, “raphaelciafa” bet 42,000,000 and “FitoPaez” raised to 126,000,000. “raphaelciafa”, owner of 547,849,664, responded with a 3-bet all-in. “FitoPaez” then called and showed A♠8♥. With K♣K♠, “raphaelciafa” went all-in on the queen on the turn and 6♣ on the river.

Event 46-M had 12,036 entries and failed to meet the $1,250,000 guarantee. See how much each finalist received:

1. “raphaelciafa” (Brazil) $70,467

2. “FitoPaez” (Peru) $60,551

3. “blackprecise” (Kazakhstan) $36,626

4. “mfnob” (Argentina) $28,920

5. Guilherme “Londeee” Londe (Brazil) $20,922

6. “zoleykgb” (Hungary) $15,989

7. “sidlovskiy89” (Ukraine) $11,998

8. “kingk0ng239” (Switzerland) $9,122

9. “mr.ktran” (Denmark) $8,098

“raphaelciafa” wins Lightning HU and wins Carnival...

KSOP GGPoker SA Main Event Pays out BRL 2 Million

KSOP GGPoker SA: The winner of the Main Event on t...

KSOP GGPoker South America Main Event offers the biggest guarantee ever on Brazilian soil. Therefore, the competition is expected to attract participation from many high-profile celebrities from around the world. Today, as the qualifying rounds come to an end, expectations have turned to wonderful numbers, with the championship prize money to match.

KSOP GGPoker’s largest ever tournament lives up to its historic awards of size and excellence. champion. The winner of the segment’s most coveted race, which has a buy-in of R$5,000, will take home a whopping R$2,000,000, the largest prize ever awarded at the Brazilian circuit.

Oddly enough, the biggest prize was also won at this time. Argentina’s Ezequiel Waigel also won R$2,000,000 in the Super High Roller, the most expensive tournament ever held in the country. However, the return on investment (ROI) will be much higher this time around because the buy-in amount is lower.

In addition to the R$2 million prize pool, the Main Event will award another seven-figure prize. The runner-up will receive R$1,200,000 in prize money and will also receive $1 million in prize money. Additionally, everyone who reaches the final table will receive at least R$155,000 in prize money.

The first Main Event prize pool is set at No. 269. The first player to give up the ITM will receive a bonus of R$10,000. A total of 737 players have qualified for the competition, which means that it is not an easy task for players to achieve ITM.

Main Event Day 2 continues today at 3:00 PM on MundoTV. Zig Pepice serves as narration and Victor Pertile provides commentary. It’s worth mentioning that transfers are made with the card face up and the delay is about 30 minutes. The tournament continues with blinds of 1,000/2,000.

View Prize Pool:

1. – 2,000,000 Real2. – 1,200,000 reais3rd place – 725,000 reais4th place – 455,000 reais5. – 330,000 reais6th place – 262,000 reais7th place – 214,000 BRL8th place – 181,200 BRL9th place – 155,000 BRL10th and 11th place – 135,000 R$12th and 13th place – 116,000 BRL14th and 15th – BRL 97,00016th and 17th – BRL 79,50018th to 21st – R$ 65,00022nd to 26th – R$ 53,00027th to 35th – R$ 42,50036th to 44th – R$34,00045th to 53rd – R$27,00054th to 62nd – BRL 21,50063rd to 80th place – R$17,00081st to 98th – R$14,60099th to 134th – BRL 12,500135th to 188th – R$11,000189th to 269th – R$ 10,000

KSOP GGPoker SA: The winner of the Main Event on t...

Daniel Negreanu eliminates rival in PGT with a nasty river card

Opponent tripled on the river, jumped on the spear...

In the first series of the 2024 PokerGO Tour season, Daniel Negreanu finished second in a heads-up match against Kristen Foxen, but that didn’t stop the Canadian from performing on his way to the podium Produce some outstanding effects. Perhaps the best of them all came at the final table, when Eric Baldwin was traded to Negreanu.

With seven players remaining in the $10,100 buy-in tournament, with blinds at 10,000/20,000, Negreanu woke up. Blind and received a 50,000 raise from Baldwin, who at the time was earning . The Canadian 3-bet to 140,000 and was recovered.

The flop gave Negreanu an even greater advantage as the board gave him 3 cards of the same type. Both players checked, and the turn card did little to change the hand. Starting from the big blind, the Canadian bet 155,000 and Baldwin called.

The real problem is the river, which brings a 1 and gives the hand another 3-bet. On this move, Negreanu went all-in with 1,140,000 chips and was called almost immediately by his opponent, who had 710,000 chips. He was eventually eliminated in seventh place and received a bonus of $20,000.

Opponent tripled on the river, jumped on the spear...

They’re still on time: there are still satellites flying to KSOP South America

They're still on time: there are still satellites...

From this Wednesday to February 7, the KSOP GGPoker South America will be held in Rio de Janeiro with a prize of 50 million reais (approximately 10 million US dollars) The Feast of the Fire is the most impressive festival in South American history. But the best part is, you can start playing for just $15.

That’s right: By sponsoring a room on the tourGGPoker, you still get a package guarantee of over R$5,000 Main Event buy-in plus 15 days of accommodation and tickets, excluding the entire package.

Step Satellite Ends in Rio de Janeiro

Qualifying for the historic KSOP South America is now live on GGPoker and you can sign up for just $15 or $25 Participate in qualifying rounds – depending on qualifying position or package – starting with qualifying rounds in a step-by-step format, hourly from 12:00 to 80 Held between >:00.

Glory awaits at the KSOP in Rio de Janeiro.

This satellite led day after day until the final, ensuring a complete package that included the aforementioned Main Event’s R$ 5,000 buy-in, R$ 11 million guaranteed and 15 days accommodation.

If they wish, they can also pay $250 to participate in the weekly finals and skip the steps, or pay $100 to compete without a package.

How to Find the KSOP Sourt America Satellite on GGPoker

Registering for the Satellite is easy: just open GGPoker and go to the ‘GGLive’ tab click on the top right and Apply filters that show ‘KSOP South America’.

As you can see below, the platform will automatically show you the qualification levels available for the day and the qualification levels for the so-called “Mega to KSOP South America Main Event”, which will be held in the coming days .

They're still on time: there are still satellites...

Pokerstars invents mystery cash challenge and hires its pros to test it on YouTube (Episode 5)

Pokerstars invents mystery cash challenge and hire...

A new format, the Cash Mystery Challenge, has arrived on the Pokerstars YouTube channel.

According to the operator’s description, this new content includes “a mix of high-stakes cash games with elements of the Mystery Bounty format,” with progressive jackpot tournaments recently added to the room’s software.

This mechanic is perfect for creating audiovisual content. It includes for every tenth jackpot played, a mystery number is added to the pot, as well as a surprise gift that the viewer will only receive if You’ll find out later.

This jackpot is not for everyone. The remaining hands (9 hands between each bomb can) are played according to standard cash game rules, with blinds being €25/€50, but the winner of the pot will receive a special chip.

Only players with one of these special chips can participate in the bomb pot.

Once the surprise pot Up for grabs, the cycle begins again.Each episode of the series (six in total) covers a complete 10-hand cycleand ends with the Mystery Pot. Thanks to the first two episodes of the series, we already have a taste of this Special prizes come with bomb cans. For example, extra money and the ability to punish an opponent who has to remain silent for the next nine hands, or a free EPT ticket.

Pokerstars are always looking for ‘s guinea pigs are almost exclusively drawn from his team’s professional lineup, commentators and contributors. Among the pros we’ll seeParker Talbot and Sam Grafton, and among the analysts we’ll also look at to pros Maria Ho and Griffin Benger.

The full 6-player The Max table will be hosted by Brazilian pro Fabriano Kovalski and content creator Alexandra Botez joins, who is clearly the absolute dominant figure in this new format for the show right now.

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Yuri Martins struggles on the river to finish 8th in WSOP Paradise 25K PLO

Yuri Martins struggles on the river to finish 8th...

Star player Yuri Martins bagged another six-figure payout in Brazil’s second FT on Day 6 of WSOP Paradise. The 9tales member was eliminated shortly after the dinner break in Event 5: $25,000 PL Omaha High Roller, earning $104,700 for eighth place.

Whether it’s the first day or the decisive phase of Event 5, Yuri is always in contention for the top spot. Shortly before the FT bubble burst, the structure became very tight and Brazilians ended up losing many positions. He chased CL Nikolaos Lampropoulos and was beaten in a pot worth leading. Take a look:

With the blinds at 100,000/150,000, Yuri raised to 1,275,000 and Lampropoulos opened to 375,000. Lampropoulos thought long and hard before making the call. When the dealer flopped 9♠6♠3, Yuri pushed his 850,000 in chips to the middle of the table. Lampropoulos, for his part, once again used the reserved time before making the call. When A♥Q♠9♥2♠ played against A♦Q♣JCheck3♣, Yuri had an 85% chance of winning the pot after K♥ opened on the turn, but the river J♣ brought the Greek’s One of the cards played. / p>

In WSOP Paradise’s first online tournament, Dante Goya was the national highlight in Event 8: $2,100 PL Omaha Mystery Bounty. The man from Ceará finished sixth out of 668 entrants and left GGPoker with $27,742 in prize money.

Yuri Martins struggles on the river to finish 8th...

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