Bruno Volkmann and Felipe Mojave Lead Brazil into Final Day of WSOP $10,000 6-Max Event

Bruno Volkmann and Felipe Mojave Lead Brazil into...

The World Series of Poker is coming to an end, but the dream of another green and yellow bracelet lives on. In one of the toughest events of the series, Event #90: $10,000 6-Hand No-Limit Hold’em Tournament, Team Brazil will select two representatives from a field of 30 finalists: Bruno Volkmann and Felipe Mojave. They compete for the first prize of $1,057,663 and a gold bracelet. Day 2 of the competition attracted 550 players, starting with 252 players, and after more than 10 hours of competition, only 30 survived. As time went on, the tournament bubble burst over the head of 2012 Main Event winner Greg Merson, who saw his pair of jacks lose to Klemens Reuter. Roiter’s pair of aces. The field thinned out quickly after he dropped to No. 84.Among the winners were several big names such as defending main event champion Espen Jorstad ($83 – $16,088) and Brazilian Renan Bruschi ($69 – $17,596), Tao Ann de Oliveira ($50 – $20,110) and Pedro Garagnani ($34 – $28,938). The tournament chip leader is Brit Jamie O’Connor with 2,545,000 chips (102 BBS). Also alive are England’s Stephen Chidwick (1,615,000) and bracelet record holder Phil Hellmuth (860,000). Blinds return 10,000/25,000 with big blind stakes, these are all qualifiers returning to the table at 17:00 BST:PlayerCountryCardsBigBlinds Jamie O’ Connor Ireland 2,545,000 102 AJ Kelsall USA 2,325,000 93 Fabrice Bigot France 1,975,000 79 Farid Jattin Colombia 1,935,000 77 Stephen Chidwick UK 1,615,000 65 Frank Lagodich USA 1,505,000 60 And re Marques Portugal 1,475,000 59 Michael Rossitto USA 1,455,000 58 Bruno Volkmann Brazil 1,380,000 55 Justin Liberto USA 1,355,000 54 Eli Berg USA 1,350,000 54 Kubanychbek Abakirov USA 1,315,000 53 Alexandre Reard France 1.250 .000 50 Yueqi Zhu China 1,135,000 45 Jun Obara Japan 1,015,000 41 Markus Gonsalves USA 895,000 3 6 Phil Hellmuth US 860,000 34 Andrey Pateychuk Russia 820,000 33 Benjamin Diebold US 815,000 33 Andrey Kotelnikov Russia 725,000 2 Albert Nguyen Canada 700,000 28 Taylor Paur USA 685,000 27 Felipe Ramos Brazil 660,000 26 Casey Brown USA 625,000 25 Barak Wisbro d Israel 495,000 20 Tobias Schwecht Austria 495,000 20 T

Bruno Volkmann and Felipe Mojave Lead Brazil into...


  • This text provides information about the World Series of Poker and specifically highlights the competition in Event #90: $10,000 6-Hand No-Limit Holdem Tournament, where two representatives from Team Brazil, Bruno Volkmann and Felipe Mojave, are competing for a significant cash prize and a gold bracelet. It also mentions the notable players and their chip counts, creating anticipation for the outcome of the tournament.

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