Three final tables overshadow Red’s disaster in WCOOP Main Event High

Three final tables overshadow Red's disaster in WC...

Lautaro Guerra

There will be no seats available for Spanish fans on the final day of the $10,300 main event of the World Championship of Online Poker.

The eight players who qualified for Day 2 were eliminated from the competition, and the first player to qualify was “Malaka$tyle” with a score of 57. Place, with a prize of $21,342, only two of the four participants who recouped their investment in the tournament.

British Ivan Stokes founder of the Poker Detox School, leads Niklas Astedt comfortably with a field of 38 players While the field may have overlap, reaching600 contestantsthe cashier blind was eliminated midway.

The low points of the day were offset by brighter moments, such as multiple final tables featuring some of the most decisive players from our country playing on “.com”.

Roberto Perez was a late addition to the festival, but his first mention in these chronicles was in WCOOP 103-H Podium finish in Turbo 2nd Chance $5,200

Roberto Perez

The race ended in a weird way, “DavyJones922” ( 3rd place, $64,937) and “Rhonin9”, Cash High Roller – Players who have had one or two personal battles in other lobbies cannot beat MTT expert Pascal Lefrançois.

In the high version of Beim Sunday Warm – Up, the $2,100 version, Juanki Vecino starts in a very promising third place , only 18 players remain.

He had to give up some numbers. The position and elimination of key players in the PKO didn’t go smoothly, but he achieved his goal of reaching the final table. He finishedfifth with a total prize money of$23.07 9.

The Financial Times’ latest review is not part of the official event chapter of the WCOOP, but is part of a side event associated with the festival.

Sergi Reixach played the $2,100 High Roller event with a small group of players and finished third, earning almost as much bounty as the runner – Calvin Anderson, thereby defeating the great ruler of the tournament Roman Romanowski. Sergi’s final score was $14,438.

Although not within the definition of FT, Lautaro Guerra’s top 10 finish in the World Championship Main Event 6-Max PLO deserves mention, in at least one of the best financial results of the night (No. 9, $33,868).

“Turko_man” finished 6th in the WCOOP Bounty Edition Builder215$ ($3,829).

The rest of the day is forward looking. Let’s start the penultimate place of the WCOOP with Lautaro Guerra taking provisional first place in the Main Event level for $10,300 PLO, with 17 players remaining that must carry over to tomorrow, yes or no.

WCOOP 98-L Main Event $109 (156 of 27,184 players): 103. “Gandalf MR”.

WCOOP 98-M Main Event $1,050 (79 4,342 players): 23. “Amadi_017”, 26. “DavyJones922″, 29.” “VayaButra”, 36. “B4NKR0LL3R “, 46. “Nacho124441”.

WCOOP 100-M PLO Main Event $1,050 (17 of 649 players): 1st place. “#Naktro91”.

WCOOP 102-M Series Saver $109 (302 of 7,641 players): 189. “PAAdentr00!!!”, 208. “UnZ0keTe”, 229. “wisopekeño!”, 232. “viejojuan5”

Three final tables overshadow Red's disaster in WC...

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