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Gus Hansen joins Premier MUG at Wynn Las Vegas

Gus Hansen joins Premier MUG at Wynn Las Vegas

Poker icon and World Poker Tour star Gus Hansen has confirmed his participation in the Premier Meet-Up Game (MUG) at the WPT® World Championship Festival at Wynn Las Vegas Gas.

“The World Poker Tour has always been one of my favorites. The WPT has had a huge impact on my poker career over the years,” said three-time WPT Champion Gus Hansen. “I’m excited to be joining Premier MUG and returning to the WPT’s big stage.”

Premier MUG, hosted by WPT Ambassadors Andrew Neeme and Brad Owen, will begin on Friday, December 1st at 9:00am. Hansen will play at the Wynn Poker Room for $1-$3 and $2-$5 alongside WPT legend Phil Ivey. Play limit hold’em.

Nicknamed “The Great Dane” by the WPT. According to commentator Mike Sexton, Hansen is the first player to win three WPT Open titles since finishing in the top five at the 2002 Diamond World Poker Classic, the 2003 WPT Los Angeles Poker Classic and the 2004 Caribbean Poker Adventure. Hansen also won the inaugural WPT Bad Boy Poker Invitational. His best live winnings to date was a second place finish at the 2008 WPT World Championship for $1,714,800. In total, he earned over $4 million during his WPT career.

The great Dane Gus Hansen competes in a WPT with Mike Sexton.

“Gus was one of the original superstars of the World Poker Tour and holds a special place in WPT history as the first WPT Champion,” said WPT CEO Adam Pliska. “We are honored to have him participate in the inaugural WPT World Championship Festival.”

Other MUG participants include Todd Brunson, WPT Global Ambassador Ethan “Rampage” Yau, Jamie Kerstetter, Matt Savage, Tony Dunst, Vince · Van Patten, Lynn Gilmartin, Angel Gillen, Kaitlyn Komski, Nikki Limo, Conrad Simpson, Ashley Sleeth. and Jaman Burton.

Gus Hansen joins Premier MUG at Wynn Las Vegas

KSOP GGPoker South America launches full grid, guaranteed record and lower commissions

KSOP GGPoker South America launches full grid, gua...

In a guaranteed “war” between the country’s two largest poker tours, KSOP GGPoker South America has the final say. The event in Rio de Janeiro will pay out at least 50 million reais by early 2024, a record for an event in Latin America.

A total of 100 events will take place between January 4 and February 7, including the highest buy-in event in the country’s history. In the GGPoker Super High Roller, everyone who wants to compete for the title must pay R$100,000.

The historic Super High Roller may feature the world’s greatest ambassador, Canadian Daniel Negreanu. In addition to a prize pool of at least R$3 million, the tournament will have a rake of just 5% and will be led by WSOP General Manager Andy Tillmann, one of the most influential figures in the gaming industry.

GGPoker, the organizer of KSOP, also announced to reduce commissions for other events. For high rollers with buy-ins between R$10,001 and R$25,000, the fee is 10%, while for tournaments with entries between R$5,001 and R$10,000, the commission is 15%.

KSOP GGPoker will also be the tournament with the largest guaranteed prize pool in the country. Prize pools start at R$11 million in the R$5,000 Main Event.

KSOP GGPoker South America is set to break even more records, including a women’s event, a mystery bounty event, a high roller PKO and hosting a high roller PLO. championship.

KSOP GGPoker South America launches full grid, gua...

Bernardo Dias wins BSOP Millions 2-Day High Roller for R$485,000

Bernardo Dias wins BSOP Millions 2-Day High Roller...

The long days spent playing BSOP Millions pay off big time. On the final day of Event 34: the R$10,000 NL Hold’em High Roller, Bernardo Dias emerged victorious after a marathon 15 hours. Under the bright sunshine of São Paulo, he left the WTC Sheraton Hall with the championship trophy and 485,000 reais in prize money.

Pros have dominated the action since casual player Gustavo Santucci won the stage’s inaugural High Roller, and Event 34 was no exception. Throughout the decider, “bedias” faced players he faces every day in online MTTs.

In a very close three-way match, the champion managed to seize the momentum of Yago Simplício and Guilherme to hold off this writer. The pros received R$231,000 and R$320,000 respectively.

A total of 197 players participated in Game 24. With 85 more re-entries, the tournament triggered a guarantee of R$1 million and resulted in a payout of R$2,404,150. Here’s how much each finalist won:

1. Bernardo Dias (Brazil) BRL 485,000

2. Guilherme Schreiber (Brazil) R$320,000

3. Yago Simplício (Brazil) R$231,000

4. João Fera (Brazil) 189,000 reais

5. Gerardo Rodriguez (Peru) 148,500 reais

6. Valentin Piergentile (Argentina) R$112,300

7. Ricardo Loyola (Brazil) R$82,500

8. Leonardo Duarte (Brazil) 60,600 reais

9. Victor Andreoletti (Brazil) R$50,250

Bernardo Dias wins BSOP Millions 2-Day High Roller...

Bernardo Dias wins BSOP Millions 2-Day High Roller for R$485,000

Bernardo Dias wins BSOP Millions 2-Day High Roller...

The long days spent playing BSOP Millions pay off big time. On the final day of Event 34: the R$10,000 NL Hold’em High Roller, Bernardo Dias emerged victorious after a marathon 15 hours. Under the bright sunshine of São Paulo, he left the WTC Sheraton Hall with the championship trophy and 485,000 reais in prize money.

Pros have dominated the action since casual player Gustavo Santucci won the stage’s inaugural High Roller, and Event 34 was no exception. Throughout the decider, “bedias” faced players he faces every day in online MTTs.

In a very close three-way match, the champion managed to seize the momentum of Yago Simplício and Guilherme to hold off this writer. The pros received R$231,000 and R$320,000 respectively.

A total of 197 players participated in Game 24. With 85 more re-entries, the tournament triggered a guarantee of R$1 million and resulted in a payout of R$2,404,150. Here’s how much each finalist won:

1. Bernardo Dias (Brazil) BRL 485,000

2. Guilherme Schreiber (Brazil) R$320,000

3. Yago Simplício (Brazil) R$231,000

4. João Fera (Brazil) 189,000 reais

5. Gerardo Rodriguez (Peru) 148,500 reais

6. Valentin Piergentile (Argentina) R$112,300

7. Ricardo Loyola (Brazil) R$82,500

8. Leonardo Duarte (Brazil) 60,600 reais

9. Victor Andreoletti (Brazil) R$50,250

Bernardo Dias wins BSOP Millions 2-Day High Roller...

Richard Saunders wins Seminole Hard Rock Championship

The Brazilian struck an unusual deal in six-a-side...

The Brazilian flag once again appears at the final table of a major US tournament. This time in Hollywood, Florida, Recife-born, US-based Richard Saunders deftly represented the green and yellow and won the Seminole Hard Rock and Rock Festival major tournament champion. casino.

The detail is that Richard Saunders’ conquest happened in a rather strange way. In Event 01 of the Seminole Hard Rock “N” Roll Poker Open, $400 Deep Stack No-Limit Hold’em (Replay), the Brazilian claimed the trophy and title after losing in Game 6.

At the time of the trading discussion, Richard was the chip leader with 49 blinds. The six finalists of the tournament (the last with 19 blinds) agreed to an ICM agreement and immediately ended the tournament, determining the value of each player and determining the title of the person with the most chips.

This gave Richard the biggest gain in the deal. The Brazilian, who lives in the United States, not only won a generous $192,398 in prize money, but also won a trophy and the right to “appear in the championship photo.” SHRPO Event #01 had the second largest attendance in Florida history with 7,532 registrations. Another great victory for Brazil in the United States.

View final table prize pool:

1. Location – Richard Saunders – $192,398*2nd Place – Ridley Jecrois – $173,984*3rd Place – Jose Gonzalez – $169,594*4th Place – Federico Salas – $166,137*5th Place – John Deignan – $137,393*6th Place – David MacLennan – $133,639*7th Place – Moises Jattin – $47,2258th Place – Nicholas Verenzas – $34,8009th Place – Richard Estep – $24,855

The Brazilian struck an unusual deal in six-a-side...

Renan Bruschi wins Monday’s 6-Man High Roller for $1,050

Renan Bruschi wins Monday's 6-Man High Roller for...

The country’s mill has once again surprised PokerStars. Renan Bruschi was the winner of Monday’s $1,050 6-Man High Roller. The owner of the “Internett93o” account won $21,153 after defeating 66 opponents.

In the $55 Mini Bounty Builder HR competition, Eduardo “eduardodantas95” Dantas won gold and $17,126. Paulo “fullTaconi” Taconi lost 3 hands and took home $8,108. There were 3,398 participants in the tournament.

In the $109 Fenomeno event, “BernardoC6” won all the chips. He earned $6,669 through eliminations.

Meanwhile, “lorranpituko” finished third out of 7,489 players in the $22 Mini Sunday Million, earning $5,995.

Also on the site: Alysson “Brunopoker94” Bruno is the best Brazilian representative in the $44 Bounty Builder. He finished on the podium and earned $5,919. Check out the other results:

TournamentPlayerPositionPrize$320 Daily Supersonic “LuluLetayf” 1st place $5,736$55 Daily Supersonic “atredezini” 1st place $5,482

Renan Bruschi wins Monday's 6-Man High Roller for...

BSOP Foz: Walter Ripper was a high roller

Walter Ripper successfully completes the BSOP Foz...

BSOP / LAPT Foz do Iguaçu came to an end on Tuesday night (10th) as the last batch of stage winners arrived in the beautiful lobby of the Wish Hotel. take. It was a true Brazilian party, with Walter Ripper claiming the traditional and prestigious High Roller Championship title.

The casual lawyer from São Paulo is a regular on the Brazilian scene, but he was unaware of the qualified field of 139 entrants taking part in the R$10,000 buy-in tournament. After an agreement was reached on the three-man stage, Walter received a generous bonus of R$242,000for his victory.

According to The Hendomob It was his first BSOP title. Walter had previously failed at the Winter Millions, losing his final high roller event in a heads-up match against Paulo Pinto. This time, the runner-up will receive R$180,000.

To win the title, Ripper had to defeat some strong opponents throughout the tournament, especially at the final table. Cléo Crestani, Fábio Murakami, Darci Fantin, Vitor Oliveira, Caio Guedes, Alexandre Couto, Leandro Prinz and finally Argentinian ace Ezequiel Waigel, day one chip leader and youngest finalist of the EPT Barcelona 2023 Main Event The last straw.

View final table prize pool:

1. Place – Walter Ripper – R$ 242,000*

Second place. Location – Ezequiel Waigel – R$ 182,000*

3. – Leandro Prinz – R$ 182,000*

4. – Alexandre Cotto – R$ 105,000

5. – Caio Guedes – BRL 84,000

6. – Vito Oliveira – R$ 66,300

7. – Darci Fantin – BRL 49,700

8. – Fábio Murakami – R$ 36,700

Ninth Place – Cléo Crestani – R$ 28,500

*3-Handed Agreement

Walter Ripper successfully completes the BSOP Foz...

Online rankings: Felipe Ketzer drops to seventh; Petrone leads

Felipe Ketzer drops to seventh in online poker ran...

The end of online series such as the WCOOP and WSOP Online has brought significant changes to PokerStake’s online poker rankings, the market-leading online poker ranking. Felipe Ketzer was aiming for the top spot but dropped from second to seventh. In fact, Argentinian Ramiro Petrone took the lead.

Ketzer is seventh with 10,790 points. Ramiro leads the way with 11,420. The German made an impressive jump from last week to this week, rising from ninth place to the top spot. There’s an explanation for Petrone’s “elevator”: He finished fourth in the WSOP Online Main Event and pocketed an astronomical $1,145,514.

The new runner-up is grinder Roman Hrabec. The player from the Czech Republic achieved a similar result to Petroni, jumping from eighth to second place with 11,357 points, well behind the Argentinian. Niklas Astedt finished third last week and remains in the same position with 11,187 points.

Felipe Ketzer isn’t the only one to break into the top ten at PokerStake. Poker star Pedro Padilha is ninth with 9,646 points. Other important names in the Brazilian poker scene are also close to the top ten: Renan Bruschi (13th – 9,017), Geraldo Cesar (16th – 8,938), Dennys Ramos (17th – 8,801), Allan Mello (19th – 8,938), 8,436) and Felipe Boianovsky (20th – 8,412)).

Petrone becomes new leader in online rankings

See this week’s top 10 :

1. – Ramiro Petrone (Argentina) – 11,420

2. – Roman Hrabek (Czech Republic) – 11,357

3. – Niklas Astedt (Sweden) – 11,187

4. – Leonard Maue (Germany) – 11,160

5. – Simon Mattsson (Sweden) – 10,945

6. – Arsenii Malinov (Russia) – 10,937

7. – Felipe Ketzer (Brazil) – 10,790

8. – Luis Faria (Portugal) – 10,381

9. ——Pedro Padilla (Brazil). ) – 9,646

10. – André Marques (Portugal) – 9,385

Felipe Ketzer drops to seventh in online poker ran...

‘vousconfus’ lands in FT Online Super Series Game 422

'vousconfus' lands in FT Online Super Series Game...

Brazil’s winning streak has no end at the 40th edition of the Online Super Series OSS. In the early hours, “vousconfus” led the nation into the deciding round of Event 422: $2,650 NL Hold’em. When he was eliminated from the 5-max tournament, his balance increased by $42,489.

The FT is dominated by ace Roman “SanityWaterline” Romanovsky, who holds more than half the chips in the two-handed tournament going into 6 holes. In the process of searching for CL, “vousconfus” and “Olivander1” started a blind war. The Brazilian dominated with 10 8 ♣ against A ♥ 5 ♣, beating his opponent on the board with 7 ♣ 9 ♥ 3 ♣ 10 ♥ Q ♣ and sending him home.

Just two moves later “”vousconfus” was the one to lose all his chips. He got out with A 4♠, made a preflop raise with Romanovsky, and ended up with his chips in the middle of the table. With A ♥K♠, the Ukrainian hit the board with 5♥3♠A♠K♥Q♣ and was eliminated again.

Meanwhile, Gabriel “theWhoKnocks” Moura went heads-up in Event 421 . -H: $215 No-Limit Hold’em. Against all odds, he won the silver medal and $22,637.

Shortly later, in Event 424: $1,050 No-Limit Hold’em PKO, Gustavo “22doutrinador” Mastelotto earned $12,240 in fourth place.

Also in OSS, “SrZequinha” finished fifth out of 881 entries in the 423-H event: $215 NL Hold’em, a performance that Earning him $10,016.

'vousconfus' lands in FT Online Super Series Game...

‘xFenixSpacex’ Hacks Supreme Brazil’s HighS

‘xFenixSpacex’ Hacks Supreme Brazil’s HighS

On Thursday the 28th, “xFenixSpacex” took the podium in the R$1,200 HighS 100K GTD race after beating 100 opponents. In total, he won 36,698 reais.

While “TurnLino” earned R$33,443 for his victory in the R$250 Battle HR 200K GTD, second-place finisher “OndIbico” further increased his winnings with R$17,458.

View other results:

R$ 550 Mystery HR 100K GTD (203 entries)

Winner: “One Bet Mann” R$ 25,809

R$ 350 Omax HR 50K GTD (127 entrants)

Winner: “SeuzOreiudos” R$ 15,313

R$ 55 Battle 50K GTD (1,173 entrants)

Winner: “FALSE 9” R$ 9,679

R$15 plus 50K GTD (1,732 entrants)

Winner: “francimakina” €7,452

‘xFenixSpacex’ Hacks Supreme Brazil’s HighS

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