Cristian Vilches For the Iguazu Poker Tour in May, this was incredible. It’s incredible. one thing. It’s not because he put his poker skills in any doubt in every match he played in Argentina, but because the odds are so low. Either way, Rosario’s gorgeous player managed to win his main event after winning the High Roller event.
Vilches came here with the chip lead and held the lead early in the final table, which he eventually won. He lifted a new trophy. For this he almost had to defeat Federico Tour fighting for 6 hours. The result was $35,333 for him, a dream vacation come true.
He took away his 4-1 heads-up lead and quickly ended the game. As a result, City Center Iguazu finished second in the regular season tournament, grossing $21,200. Tour did his best to remedy the situation, but it was clear that the series was only for his two-time champion in the end.
Lucas Cabrera Itzi he placed 3rd in this event. rice field. This player did a great job with $13,485, with fellow Argentinian Gonzalo Armada in fourth place. He won $9,422. Argentina’s dominance in fifth place was beaten by Rodrigo Pfeiffer for $7,302.
Leandro Bianchini made it to the final table (6th place, $5,594). Diego dos Santos (#7, $4,358). His first two definitions also have a dreamlike element. Patricia Drummond #8 at $3,121, Pablo Serkis He finished in ninth place for $2,356 and hopes to replicate his turbo KO success.
This main his event has his 132 participants and a total prize pool of $117,778. Here is the distribution of the top 18 players:
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