WSOP-C Rio Summary Day 3

1 month ago - written by Rob Godmon
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Summary – Day 3

Another day went by at the WSOP Brazil which featured the beginning of the much-anticipated Main Event. The rooms of the Belmond Copacabana Hotel were filled with players from all corners of Latin America who came to test their skills in the tournament sponsored by partypoker LIVE.

There were 10 betting rounds today, lasting one hour each, and 317 buy-ins were registered. On Day 1, Martín Piñeiro took the chip lead among qualified players with a stack of 408,000. Bruno Foster, from Brazil, and Rodrigo Mac Lean, from Chile, also managed to bag a big stack. 

There was some action in parallel tournaments as well. The main focus was on the Super High Roller Event. The top players from this part of the world displayed different playing styles and offered some first-class poker throughout the day. This stage ended when Marciano Cruz finished ninth and was the bubble boy of the official FT led by Alisson Pereira. 

The 8-Game, which featured 76 buy-ins, also had finalists who will make history today. Jean Vicente will start in the lead and the winner of this competition will bag R$ 21,000. 

Finally, the Brazilian Storm burst on its second day. 408 players reached this stage seeking a place among the 221 prize-paying positions. After the bubble left two players behind, the prize pool —amounting to nearly R$ 1.5 million— began to be divided. 

At the end of the day, 15 players were still standing in their quest for glory and the R$ 235,000 prize awarded to the champion. History will continue to be written from 2:00 PM. 

 

Main Event Top 10 - Day 1A

1º Martín Piñeiro 408.600

2º Lucas Mattos Atie 337.300

3º Miguel Hajjar Neto 336.300

4º Leonardo Araujo Marques 333.500

5º Bruno Foster 317.700

6º Joao Luiz Catanhede Amelio 265.500

7º Rodrigo Mac-Lean 263.400

8º Renan Taveira 261.300

9º Omar Oyhenart 249.100

10º Daniel De Almeida 247.400

Finalists - Super High Roller

Alisson Pereira 6,355,000
Thiago Crema 3,495,000
Stetson Fraiha 2,850,000
Eduardo Parra 2,670,000
Alejandro Giraudo 2,515,000
Leonardo Gomes 1,295,000
Mark Scacewater 820,000
9th Marciano Cruz R$37,700

Final Day - Brazilian Storm

André Alvarenga 6,405,000
Paulinho Santos 5,565,000
Leonardo Ramos 5,490,000
Rafael Santanna 5,035,000
Frederico Viana Costa 3,100,000
Diego Moreira 3,020,000
Harley Ferreira 2,470,000
Fernando Reines 2,115,000 (Chile)
Andrew Zeus 1,845,000
Luan Souza 1,725,000
Fabrizio Barros 1,670,000
Arthur Rocha 1,670,000
Wallace Dias 1,400,000
Joao Oliveria 1,215,000
Felipe Beltrane 1,090,000

Finalists - 8-Game

Jean Vicente 491,000
Hilary Reicher 364,000
Diogo Antunes 291,000
Ricardo Sarpa 262,000
Rodrigo Caprioli 144,000
Andrés Korn 138,000
Hudson Corteletti 109,000
Rodrigo Garrido 100,000

Upcoming events:

1:00 PM Main Event DAY 1B • 4KK GTD
1:00 PM Final Table R$ 1,000 8 Game
2:00 PM Final Table R$ 800 Brazilian Storm
2:00 PM R$ 400 Mega Satellite 25 Buy-Ins GTD
7:00 PM R$ 400 Mega Satellite 25 Buy-Ins GTD 


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