Yuri Martins crashes into AA and ends up in WSOP Event 37 bubble

The first two weeks of the 2023 WSOP have not been good at all for star Yuri Martins. So far, he has participated in 21 live games. In all competitions, the two-time series champion did not make it past Day 2.

In Event #37: $2,000 No-Limit Hold’em, Yuri’s exit was even more painful. On the ITM bubble, he busted Q ♦Q♥ and raised to 12,000 minutes. Frenchman Flavien Guenan then announced a 3-bet to 75,000. With a short stack, Yuri called and saw his opponent show A♦A♣. The 6♣5♦10♠6♥5♠ board hit no one and Guenan won the pot.

“This happens to absolutely every player. If you think the world and the map are against you, don’t be self-centered. I have a piece of advice for those who don’t want to play bubble tournaments: Is it legal? Of course not. Am I happy? Obviously not. But that’s the nature of the game. Someone has to lose, someone has to win, someone has to take a hit, that’s all.

A total of $524,777 will be paid to the winner in Event 37. Rafael Reis is the winner of the Brazilians who are still in contention for the bracelet. Last week, the American won Event 15: $1,500 NL Hold’em 6-Handed for $465,501.

Comments (4)

  • This text provides an update on the performance of star poker player Yuri Martins at the 2023 WSOP. Despite not performing well so far, the nature of the game is such that there will always be winners and losers. It also mentions that Rafael Reis is a Brazilian contender for the bracelet.

  • This text provides a brief summary of star player Yuri Martins’ performance in the first two weeks of the 2023 WSOP, where he has not been successful in any of the 21 live games he participated in, including an unfortunate exit from Event #37. Despite the disappointments, the text emphasizes that such outcomes are common in the game, and someone has to win and someone has to lose. It also mentions Rafael Reis, a Brazilian player who is still in contention for the bracelet after winning a previous event.

  • This text provides an update on Yuri Martins’ performance in the 2023 WSOP, highlighting his lack of success so far and a particular painful elimination in Event #37. It also mentions the nature of the game where there are winners and losers, while emphasizing a Brazilian contender, Rafael Reis, who won a previous event.

  • It appears that star player Yuri Martins has been struggling in the 2023 WSOP, failing to make it past Day 2 in all 21 live games he has participated in so far. The nature of the game means that someone has to lose and someone has to win, as seen in the example of Yuri’s unfortunate exit on the ITM bubble.

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