Pedro Reis breaks AA and exits WSOP Online event 10 FT

Pedro Reis breaks AA and exits WSOP Online event 1...

The country’s grinders suffered a setback in the three WSOP online tournaments decided this weekend. In Event 10: $1,050 NL Hold’em Beat the Pros, Pedro Reis once again put in a stellar performance to take Brazil to the final table. In a very fair competition, the pilot of the account “ilargia” defeated his opponent. He finished in sixth place, earning $28,886.

In his farewell, Pedro found A♦A♣ in the big blind and watched as Gary Thompson raised straight from the cutoff to 160,000. When Button Leonid Yanovich called, the Brazilian decided to 3-bet to 680,000. After Thompson folded, Yanovich moved all-in for 6,820,000. Pedro called 1,360,406. With Q ♦Q♣ dominating, CL went straight onto the board and was eliminated again. Shortly thereafter, Janovic also won a gold bracelet, an unprecedented win that earned him $110,000.

Meanwhile, Dalton Hobold was eliminated early in the tiebreaker of Event 11: $100 NL Hold’em Flip &Go. The man from Santa Catarina won a total of $14,915.

In Event 5: $500 No-Limit Hold’em Women’s Event, Carla Marins finished seventh out of 167 entries, a performance that earned the Brazilian $2,954.

Pedro Reis breaks AA and exits WSOP Online event 1...

Comments (3)

  • This text seems to be reporting on the performance of Brazilian players in three WSOP online tournaments. It mentions the success of Pedro Reis in reaching the final table, but also highlights his elimination with a dominating hand. It also briefly mentions the early elimination of Dalton Hobold and the seventh-place finish of Carla Marins, providing the prize money they earned.

  • This text provides a summary of the results from three WSOP online tournaments. It mentions specific players and the amounts they earned, highlighting both successes and eliminations. The author also mentions a significant win for one player and the performance of a female participant.

  • Hyman.greenholt

    This text provides a summary of the recent performance of Brazilian poker players in three WSOP online tournaments. Pedro Reis had a strong performance, finishing in sixth place and earning $28,886, but was eventually eliminated holding pocket Aces. Another player, Leonid Yanovich, also won a gold bracelet and $110,000.

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