Logging into the GGPoker World Series of Poker during the pandemic provides Spanish poker with a direct route to Aramario, where Caesars retains the bracelet.
Last year’s three wins, added to this year’s two, already represent more than 25% of Spaniards at the festival founded in 1970.
Last week we exclusively investigated the identity of Sergio Ballestín, our 13th all-time WSOP champion, and today Pokernews and Card Player Brazil inform us that this weekend a 14th has been added to the list.
Our warmest congratulations to Enrique Rodriguez “DrBeltran”, Event 30: $2,100 Bounty 6-Max won by The event brought together nearly 1,000 players (976) with a prize pool of $2 million.
Although the Ukrainian player Andrii Derzhypilskyi
The most classic of all flips, QQ vs. AK, gives Enrique a big part of Arsenii Malinov 40bb stack. After eliminating the Russian, who had been battered by the flip, Enrique went the distance and saw the Brazilian’s flopped flush countered by Derzhypilskiy’s flush.
We missed that bounty because Andrii was that guy again. The selection of crumbs left for Carioca has run out, but now the prize package on Andre’s head could be the icing on the tournament cake anyway. Andrii earned nearly double the qualifying prize, bringing his purse to over $200,000.
We’ve kept the tradition of adding the newcomer’s name, Champion, to the end, just like we did with Sergio. Red’s WSOP Honor Roll has improved significantly over the past 24 months.
Be wary of what could be the final blow to the festival.
Three bracelets have yet to be determined. One of these is the Paradise Millionaire Maker Event No. 17, which will be played live during the WSOP Paradise in the Bahamas in December. Another event, this week’s GGMillion$, saw no Spanish players reach the finals.
However, the Main Event was a huge success, covering and exceeding a certain margin with one goal. The guaranteed amount of $25 million is still waiting for registration to be completed and set a record New prize money record for online tournaments. You only need 263 registrations on Final Day 1 to beat the 2020 WSOP Online ME, a qualifier directly tied to the Day 2 controversy with a jackpot prize of $2,604,000 and multiple Players are highlighted among those who have already qualified.
Russian Viacheslav Balaev and high roller Christopher Frank have more than 200bb in chips, but Jon Ander Vallinas , in the first Started 7th in round 2 and was a close second.
There is no doubt that among the 642 ranked Spaniards there will be many more hidden and perhaps even more added. On the last flight. Since we won an average of three bracelets last year and this year, that means it’s our turn to win the Main Event. Let’s try it!