GGPoker was the source of the roar heard by individuals who were grinded. There was a spectacular performance by a Uruguayan player who had no better plan than to win a World Festival competition.
Of course, it wasn’t just any competition, and he wasn’t facing just any opponent. The 183-S: $5,250 Bounty Hunters Super High Roller was the tournament in question, and he had to compete against the likes of Bruno Volkmann and Daniel Dvoress (6th, US$18,825), to name a few sharks. Nonetheless, MB Encalacrado triumphed over all of the challenges of the very rigorous tournament.
The charra received US$130,859 for his triumph in the 114-entry tournament, which lasted 8 hours and 20 minutes. The first place prize was US$50,352, with the remaining US$80,507 coming through knock-out.
The Uruguayan overcame the aforementioned Volkmann, who received 69,748 dollars, and the podium was completed by David Yan, who placed third for US$55,804.