Henrique Lessa takes the lead in WSOP Paradise Main Event


Henrique Lessa takes the lead in WSOP Paradise Mai...

At the end of Day 2 of the WSOP Paradise Main Event, Brazilian Henrique Lessa topped the field of 59 qualifiers. He has 8,640,000 in chips, just two big blinds ahead of American Adam Walton (8,480,000). Following closely behind is Portugal’s Rui Sousa who will have 8,085,000 chips.

Day two was busy across the eight divisions, with a total of 388 players eliminated in the race for the coveted diamond bracelet, including 31 Brazilians. These include Pedro Padilha (73rd – $22,500), Edílson Júnior (78th – $22,500), Dennys Ramos (82nd – $19,000), Edson Tsutsumi Jr (84th – $19,000), João Simão ( 100 digits. – USD). $16,200), Bruno Botteon (102nd – $16,200), Rodrigo Seiji (103rd – $16,200) and Yuri Martins (382nd – $8,500).

Vitor Dzivielevski (8th – $4,360,000), Gabriel Henrique and Schroeder (17th – $2,600,000), Pedro Gallas Pedro Garagnani (23rd – 2,385,000), Kelvin Kerber (40th – 1,305,000), Luigi Soncin (48th – 1,150,000), Rodrigo Selouan (51st – 840,000) is joined by Wellington Araujo (57th – 603,000). The third day.

The tournament will continue at 4:00 pm (Brazil time) at the Atlantis Hotel in the Bahamas with blinds of 40,000/80,000, BB-ante. Levels here also last 60 minutes.

Price

1. $2,000,000

2. $1,200,000

3. $900,000

4. $685,000

5. $510,000

6. $400,000

7. $300,000

8. $250,000

9. $200,000

10-11 $150,000

12-15 $113,150

16-23 $90,000

24 -31 US$72,200

32-39 US$58,300

40-47 US$47,500

48-55 US$39,000

$56-59 USD 32,200

Henrique Lessa takes the lead in WSOP Paradise Mai...


Comments (2)

  • This text provides an update on the WSOP Paradise Main Event, highlighting the top players and the number of eliminations on Day 2. It also includes the prize money breakdown for the top positions in the tournament.

  • The text provides a detailed update on the WSOP Paradise Main Event, with Brazilian Henrique Lessa leading the field. It mentions the elimination of several players, including top Brazilian players, and outlines the prize structure for the tournament. The suspense for the next day’s play is heightened with the close chip counts at the top of the leaderboard.

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