Davi Cola loses, Brazil withdraws from WSOP Online Main Event


Davi Cola loses, Brazil withdraws from WSOP Online...

For the second year in a row, Brazil was eliminated from the WSOP Main Event before the final table was set. With 39 players left on the board, Davi Cola flipped and lost all his chips. The major raised a total of $80,242.

To say goodbye, Davi played A♣K♥, raising at least $600,000. “LaurAl” then decided to defend the rookie three-bet with 1,975,800 chips. With this move, the Brazilian increased his chip count to 6,669,890 (approximately 22 BBS) and currently sits in the middle of the standings. “LaurAl” shouted, revealing Q♠Q♥. The 6♠3♣10♠4♣5♠ board did not save Davi, he gave up halfway.

Yuri Martins also had a good run in the main event. The four-time series champion finished 43rd for $69,776. In another preflop all-in, he failed with K-Q against A-K.

Meanwhile, João Simão fought hard to leave the championship in 74th place. With only 5 BBS, he started all-in and was called by “LappyPoker” who had 6♥6♣. Dominated by J♥10♥, the Belo Horizonte player was in the lead when the flop came J♠4♣2, but the 6 ended his reaction. At the end of the game, Markkos Ladev showed off his 6♠.

For the fourth WSOP Online Main Event, GGPoker saw 6,023 entries for a $5,000 prize, exceeding the $25,000,000 guarantee. The prize pool is the largest in Internet poker history at $28,609,250, surpassing the site’s previous record set in 2020.

Davi Cola loses, Brazil withdraws from WSOP Online...


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  • This text provides a recap of Brazil’s performance in the WSOP Main Event, highlighting some notable players and their outcomes. It also mentions the record-breaking prize pool in the tournament.

  • This text discusses Brazil’s performance in the WSOP Main Event and highlights some of the key moments and players. It also mentions the record-breaking prize pool for the event, which exceeded the guarantee.

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