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Cristian Stival finishes 2nd in Foz do Iguazu KSOP

Cristian Stival finishes 2nd in Foz do Iguazu KSOP

The first King Series of Poker in Argentina has begun, and from Centre of Foz do Iguaçu the first good news for the Argentines participating in the series Messages are powered by GGPoker. Christian Stival is responsible for making his presence felt.

Who has done well in high rollers.

The Argentine fought his way out of 114 entrants, worth R$ 4,000, to finish second. He lost only to R$95,000 winner Sergey Utenkov.

The first prize is R$ 95,000. Meanwhile, the famous Albiceleste player received R$ 64,000. Before the final confrontation,

Nino Parra won the prize of 45,000 reais third place.

Also entered the final table is Ezequiel Diaz (4th place, R $33,500);

Diego Cortazzo (fifth place, 25,580 reias Er) and

Marcos Sebastian Who was the first to bring Man with 10,500 reais cash exit definition. CodigoPoker Main Event Starts Today

KSOP Iguaçu will take place today with the start of the Main Event. The game will start at 4pm and will feature some great players from Argentina.

And top players from Argentina, Brazil and the rest of South America will compete in the region’s most important One of the championships.

With the start of the Main Event, CodigoPoker will also begin exclusive live blog coverage, including the High Roller event starting Sunday. You can follow the tournament step by step on our website.

High Roller Final Score:

Sergey Utenkov – R$ 95,000 2.

Christian Stival – R$64,000 3.

Nino Andres Parra – R$45,000 4.

Ezequiel Diaz – R$33,500 5.

Diego Cortaso – R$ 25,580 6°

Rafael Furlanetto – R$ 20,000 7°

Rafael Pandolfo – R$ 15,600 8°

Marciano Vanucci- R$ 12,500 9°

Marcos Sebastian – R$ 10,500

*Check local time here

Cristian Stival finishes 2nd in Foz do Iguazu KSOP

Don’t Miss LAPT Panama’s Great Lodging Promotion

Don't Miss LAPT Panama's Great Lodging Promotion

Latin American Poker Tour The third stop of the 2023 season LAPT Panama is upon us, marking the return of Latin America’s most popular festival. Canal City dates will start on 4. Some unmissable promotions have been announced through August 8 and over the past few hours.

LAPT Panama will be held at the luxurious Crown Panama Casino at the Sheraton Grand Panama City, the organization has agreed agreement that allows players to live there at a very affordable price.

Those who want to stay at the Sheraton Grand can get a double room with buffet breakfast for $116 per day plus $10 tax .

However, if you want cheaper accommodations, you can also stay at the Aloft Hotel in the same building, where a double room costs $99 per day, including buffet breakfast.

LAPT Panama Reservation Link

  • Sheraton Grand Hotel
  • Aloft Hotel

Official LAPT’s travel agency is FlushTour. They offer a variety of accommodation options, including discounted rates, especially for PokerStars players. To book, please contact us at [email protected] or send a WhatsApp message to +55 11 97428 6992.

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All information about LAPT Panama

from4. Through August 8, the eyes of the poker world will be on the Sheraton Crown Casino, Panama, hosted by Codere (as well as Casino Carrasco, home of the LAPT Montevideo tournament ), one of Latin America’s largest casino chains, opened a new poker room that will host the third edition of the 17-match tournament series postseason.

Don't Miss LAPT Panama's Great Lodging Promotion

American card room MOSS is vying for The Dream

American card room MOSS is vying for The Dream

A new installment of the Mini Online Super Series will be played in the American Card Room. Of the many tournaments this low buy-in series has to offer, one is pretty wild: The Dream.

The Dream, as the name suggests, is only worth $2.50 and has a guaranteed prize pool of $100,000. With the first instances running until June 25th, all players will be eligible for the next day’s tournament, which will take place on June 25th at 14:05 ET*. The final table of this tournament will be held on the 26th at 14:05 ET, and the champion will increase his bet to an estimated $15,000.

American card room MOSS is vying for The Dream

Leading again: Cohen off to strong start in nine games

Leading again: Cohen gets nine games off to strong...

After a excellent performance less than a week later, he finished second and was very close to the new bracelet, Argentinean Andres Korn

Closed another day at WSOP 2023 and was one of the center of attention as he found himself besides A new tournament.

Event #36 $3,000 worth of nine races attracted 361 participants with a prize pool of $963,870 And only 55 players passed the checkout.

Viktor Blom is also in the fight.

When the At the end of the day, Korn was number one with 240,700 in chips. He was fourth at the table by Yashuo Chin led with 622,000 in chips. In addition to Cacho, there were several Latinos at the table, including

Aloisio Dourado, Felipe Ramos (both runners-up) and Yuri Dzivielevski.

Also, the list of participants also included other notables such as Todd Brunson (174,800), Viktor Isildur1 Blom (151,400) and Ari Engel (136,700) etc.

Only 183 players left to compete, they will return to Las Vegas at Horseshoe and Paris Today 1pm starts 10 more levels of 60 minutes each.

Event #36: $3,000 Nine-Mixed

Buy-in: $3,000 Entry: 361 Jackpot: $963,870

Countdown Top

Jin Asus – 622.000 2°

Not reported – 407,000 3°

Christopher Stephan – 381,000

Andrés Cohen – 240.700

Takato Nakamura – 216.400 6°

Michael McKenna – 212.000 7°

Walter Chambers – 194.300 8°

Scott Borman – 182.300 9°

Michael Estes – 180.300 10°

Philip Sternheimer – 180,100

More Latinos Enter the competition

93°

Aloisio Dorado – 71.200 105°

Yuri Givylevsky – 61,900 114°

Renan Bruschi – 55,700 120°

Christian Roberts – 52.500 152°

Felipe Ramos – 32.600 163 °

Colt Noel – 25.500

* Complete count.

Leading again: Cohen gets nine games off to strong...

Dulaney wins bracelet faster than fireman

Dulaney wins bracelet faster than fireman

The explosive final table that lasted just three hours ended with Scott Dulaney was successfully defeated by chip leader Sridhar Sangannagari

def .In a In a brief heads-up match, less than one birthday candle went out.

Dulaney takes first place $194,155 and of course the coveted WSOP bracelet , his first as a casual player, with live tournament earnings of just $76,723. The Houston, Texas, firefighter was a popular winner, and the band of his enthusiasm got stronger and louder the closer he got to the bracelet.

As in many events at the 2023 World Series of Poker, This event #31: $600 Mixed No-Limit Hold’em/Bot The Pool Limit Omaha Deepstack broke a record 2,758 entrants and generated a $1,406,580 prize pool.

Dulaney wins bracelet faster than fireman

Grinder Report: The Full Impact of Virtual Wipes

Grinder Report: The Full Impact of Virtual Wipes

The game is still going on and the Hispanic grinders and juicers are there. He squeezes out as much juice as he can, even though he’s not one to settle down easily.

Hot 11 involves griggle_799 and xalezem3. Both took home $1,271 and then battled for honors. In the end, the Uruguayan grinder defeated his Mexican colleagues and they shaped the history of the match. 2nd in Bounty Hunters Deepstack Turbo $54 Loncochense, winning $1,713. The same happened to his compatriot

ScuttleButtin , who finished second The queen pocketed $1,254. Bounty Hunter Super Special $54. Finally El_Sapito at

Daily Specials 50 US$ for US$2,243, while Kevin KevinGueAC21 Guerrero Finished third in Bounty Builder 33 for $1,949.

Grinder Report: The Full Impact of Virtual Wipes

Triton Poker Returns to London

Triton Poker returns to London to coincide with WS...

After the legendary £1m buy-in tournament 2019 In 2010, the festival was held at Triton Poker London, passing through the British capital. This year, however, the series returns to the fog-shrouded Albion and will be held in a unique format.

After the World Series, players will have time to relax. Triton Poker London is planned for a full 15 days – from 27th July to 19th August. This expensive festival will be hosted by the JV Marriott Grosvenor House Casino.

Triton London’s schedule includes 15 expensive tournaments, but this one is missing out on a millionaire. The top buy-in is the prize money of the already traditional Luxon Pay Invitational event – £200,000, where amateurs invite professionals. Although there is still a long way to go, several pairings have been confirmed. Rob Yong invited Doug Polk, Dao Minh Fu invited Michael Soiza, Santos Suvarna invited Seth Davis, Seth Gottlieb invited Nick Petrangelo.

The series will kick off with GGMillions Live, which is expected to air via satellite and will take place in the PokerOK room. The main event also remains the same, with two £100,000 Hold’em and Short Deck events.

Triton and WSOP will be held concurrently

For the first time in history, the Triton Poker and WSOP Circuit events will be held concurrently. Also, they will take place at the same casino, but the circuit series will run over three days.

Similar things have already happened in Northern Cyprus. There, the Low-Cost Elite Poker Festival slightly overlaps with Triton. But the format also paid off – high rollers who arrived before launch had fun on “micro-stakes,” while some players from Merit Poker allowed themselves some expensive tournaments.

What this is – another collaboration, or whether no one wants to bow to the casino – remains unknown. Regardless, such a “merger” would be an interesting event in the poker world.

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KSOP Foz do Iguaçu: Cristian Stival wins big pot at HR Light

KSOP GGPoker Iguazú: HR Light's Cristian Stival 5...

KSOP GGPoker Iguazú has already started, and the competition in Argentina has naturally gathered many local players. As well as many new faces, some old players from neighboring countries are already there, with heads-ups between the two already winning pots in high rollers. Pro Cristian Stival handled it well.

In a hand involving multiple players and even 5-betting pre-flop, Stival got into a pot that was even more profitable, and his friend Nicolas Villard Velarde) has an advantage of 130 blinds over the player. The game was played with blinds 400/800 and was the last hand before the first break.

When the match started, A player at the start of the table opened to 1,600 and Colombia’s Sebastian Fonseca three-bet from the button to 4,000. Starting in the small blind, after a bit of banter, Velarde decided to call and Cristian Stival in the middle decided to 4-bet for 16,000.

The player who starts to act quickly folds. Meanwhile, Fonseca decided to call. The last to speak, Velarde was surprised again and announced a 4-bet/all-in since he had more chips than everyone else involved. Stival has since confirmed the drop, announcing 42,300 in chips. Sebastian thought about it and gave up.

So the dispute between Argentine friends reached the point of showdown, and the expected thing happened. The classic X-Cooler was in Stival’s favour, with the board confirming the victory for Cristian, who took home a massive 104,200 chip pot and over 130 blinds to become a tournament smash. Velarde has chips left, and his stack is clearly divided, but he joked, “That’s how my life sums up.”

Nicolas Velarde

KSOP GGPoker Iguazú: HR Light's Cristian Stival 5...

2013-2023 Bracelet List Showcases WSOP’s Real Stars

2013-2023 Bracelet List Showcases WSOP's Real Star...

The World Series of Poker is now in its 54th year.

In its simplest form, the WSOP awards no more than four or five bracelets per year. As currently configured, the number is closer to 200, which is Las Vegas, the Rozvadov event, and the GGPoker and WSOP.com online awards events combined.

However, if you look at the list of the biggest winners during the festival, the inequality is not at all apparent. The great ruler of the category, Phil Hellmuth, won 16 first places. However, in the past two decades, there have only been five championships.

If we look further down, it gets worse. The wonderful 10-bracelet trio of Johnny Chan, Doyle Brunson and Phil Ivey have owned just one bracelet in the past 10 years, We will compile a list of alternatives within this time frame.

The four bracelets are exceptions. The decision was easy. The most successful young players at the WSOP can be found on this level’s list. George Danzer, Michael Addamo, Kevin Gerhart, Benny Glaser, Loren Klein, Julien Martini, Adrian Mateos, Asi Moshe, David Peters, Ben Yu or Anthony Zinno They all have four WSOP events and are in Races won over the past decade.

Okay, let’s start with this list, which is pretty small.

Brad Ruben (4)

This player deserves special mention as all of his bracelets are for 2020. He is the undisputed ruler of the current decade and a prime example of the dramatic changes the WSOP has brought about, as he receives half of his bracelets after winning an online tournament.

None of his victories went into No-Limit Hold’em.

Brian Yoon (5)

Yoon made his 2013 WSOP bracelet debut as the “Little One” $1,111 winner. Notably, he won Monster Stack in 2017. That said, he has twice beaten games with more than 5,000 participants. He also finished in the top 100 twice in the Main Event.

His progress has been remarkable. His first non-NLHE non-NLHE cash didn’t come until 2019, and his most recent victories in 2021 and 2023 came in a 2-7 triple tie and a stallion event.

Brian Hastings (5).

The former Nosebleeds player owns a 2012 bracelet that fits his online profile like a glove, the HU Championship.

I surprised everyone in 2015 and more with a handful of doubles, 10 match and stud tournaments.

He has since won gold again in three other different formats: H.O.R.S.E., Stud Hi-Lo and 2-7 Triple Draw.

He won another gold medal in three other different formats. >Shaun Deeb (6)

Obviously, you have to be an expert in minority forms to stand out at festivals. Shaun Deeb is the ultimate expression of poker’s versatility. Dibb is a controversial figure among his peers, but is flawless from a purely competitive standpoint. He has won a bracelet in each of the past six Las Vegas-only events.

His poor efficiency put pressure on him as he collected and led eight podiums and still held countless other final tables during that time.

You don’t have to be an expert to predict that, with any luck, Deeb will be the dominant WSOP ruler for the next few years.

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KSOP GGPoker Iguazú: HR Light succeeds and guarantees a breakout

KSOP GGPoker Iguazu: The first show of the high-st...

KSOP The first day of GGPoker Iguazú will be marked by the traditional High Roller Light, a R$4,000 buy-in tournament that is usually one of the opening events of Latin America’s largest poker circuit.

It is expected that this event will be held outside Brazil for the first time. After the registration and 10 rounds of blind matches, a total of 117 players participated, which is a high number of registrations. The pledge of 300,000 reais was dashed, raising funds to 468,000 reais.

For Big Champions It’s a good thing for him that he’ll be taking home R$95,000 in addition to winning the nice KSOP GGPoker trophy. Meanwhile, the runner-up will win R$ 64,000 and the third runner-up will receive R$ 45,000.

Ramon Pessoa, Eduardo Dubichar, Luis Enrique Taffner, Sebastian Fonseca, Peterson Machado and other well-known players in the industry , Ricardo Sehnem, Nicolas Veladerde, Rafael Furlanetto, Cristian Stival and Richard Dubini, the bonus bubble seed is in 13th place and the first prize winner will receive R$ 8,000.

Remember, the final leg of the tournament will air on MundoTV at 11:30pm so don’t miss it!

Check out the full final table prize pool:

1. – 95,000 Reals

2. – 64,000 Real

3. – 45,000 Real

4. – 33,500 reais

5. – 25,580 reais

6. – R$20,000$

7. – 15,600 reals

7. – 12,500 reals

8. – R$10,500

KSOP GGPoker Iguazu: The first show of the high-st...