KSOP GGPoker Iguazu: Warm up, will pay well

KSOP GGPoker Iguazú: 101 players on final day; che...

The start of the KSOP GGPoker Iguazú came to show that the relationship between Brazil and Argentina is a success when it comes to poker. The numbers of the first tournaments already indicate that the first international stage of the circuit will be a success and, after the HR Light exploded the guaranteed, the Warm Up also achieved the same feat.

The most cost-effective competition of the event, the Warm Up had R$ 300,000 guaranteed, but the 551 entries registered made that number easily beaten. With the good number of players, the competition grossed BRL 385,700, which will turn into good prizes for the players.

The grand champion of the Warm Up will take the beautiful prize of R$ 61,000, much higher than the buy-in of only R$ 700. From second to sixth place, the prize pool will also be five digits and the first prize pool is set for position 56, which will receive R$ 1,400. The bubble should occur in the middle of the night.

In total, 101 players qualified for the Final Day, which returns now at 17:00. The overall lead was in the hands of Brazilian Rodrigo Filogenio, owner of 357,000 chips, 89 blinds. Several famous names are also among the classified, as Marcos Grassi, Guilherme Chammas, Peterson Machado, Marcelo Ruiz, Ricardo Sehnem and Fábio Murakami are some examples.

The Warm Up returns at blinds 2,000 / 4,000 and will be played today until the champion is known. The tournament is broadcast by MundoTV on Twitch and Youtube, under the command of Zig Pepice. Follow along!

Check out the prize pool at stake:

1st – R$ 61.000 2nd – R$ 40.250 3rd – R$ 29.000 4th – R$ 20.630 5th – R$ 14.500 6th – R$ 10.400 7th – R$ 8.000 8th – R$ 6.300 9th – R$ 5.200 10th and 11th – R$ 4.350 12th and 13th – R$3,700 14th and 15th – R$3,200 16th and 17th – R$2,800 18th to 21st – R$2,500 22nd to 26th – R$2,200 27th to 35th – R$1,900 36th to 44th – R$1,650 45th to 56th – R$1,400

KSOP GGPoker Iguazú: 101 players on final day; che...

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  • This text discusses the success of the KSOP GGPoker Iguazú tournament in Brazil and Argentina, specifically highlighting the Warm Up competition. The tournament surpassed its guaranteed prize pool, attracting a high number of players, and the champion will receive a substantial prize of R$61,000.

  • This text discusses the success of the KSOP GGPoker Iguazú tournament, highlighting the strong relationship between Brazil and Argentina in the poker world. The Warm Up tournament exceeded its guaranteed prize pool, with the grand champion set to win R$ 61,000, attracting many well-known players.

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