WSOP: André Akkari Leads Brazilian Quartet in Event #35

WSOP The number of tournaments continues to explode, while Brazil remains steadfast and strong on multiple fronts represented by the series’ wide-ranging squad. Campaign #35 ($10,000 Secret Bounty) kicked off on Wednesday (14th) with several Brazilians competing against 568 entrants. But only a few people can persist until the next day.

Of that number, 142 athletes are still looking for bracelets. Four of them were Brazilians, and it was PokerStars ambassador ace André Akkari who drew them in line. He manages a whopping 558,000 in chips, finishing seventh in chips.

closest to him The leading Brazilian was Caio Hey, who moved up to 68th with 220,000 in chips. Brazilian duo Tauan Naves (139,000) and Allan Mello (74,000) are also up. The chip leader is Aliaksandr Hirs, who is well known at the online tables. He has 750,000 chips.

Day 2 of the competition will take place this Thursday (15th) at 4pm (Brasilia time). The blinds are 4,000/8,000 with a big blind ante. The organization’s plan is to play until only five players remain. Bubble ranked 86th, and the first model sold for $10,858. The winner will receive $733,317.

Comments (4)

  • Marjory.kunze

    This text provides an update on the current status of the WSOP tournament, highlighting the participation of Brazilian players. It mentions the chip counts of some of the Brazilian players and provides information on the schedule and prizes of the ongoing competition.

  • This text provides an update on the ongoing WSOP tournament, highlighting the participation of several Brazilian players. It mentions the chip counts of some of the Brazilian players, including the leading player André Akkari, and provides details about the tournament structure and prizes.

  • Flatley.chelsie

    This text discusses the participation of Brazilian players in the WSOP tournament, highlighting their success and performance. It mentions specific players and their chip counts, as well as the plans for the competition. The text also mentions the potential prize money for the winner.

  • It seems like the WSOP tournament in Brazil is continuing to attract a strong pool of talented players, with several Brazilians still in contention for the top prize. It will be interesting to see how the competition plays out in the coming days.

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