Brazilian poker has another win Great opportunity for another win at WSOP 2023 this Saturday (17th) to get a bracelet. Of the 1,962 entrants in Event 37 ($2,000 NLH), 36 players remained, two of whom proudly wore the Brazilian flag.
Camilo Baggiani is one of them. This player enters Day 3 with 1,560,000 in chips. Meanwhile, Gustavo Castro (“Rajaaadanativ”) from The Team made his WSOP debut with 1,225,000 in chips. The pair hope to improve on Rafael Reis’ results in the 2021 event, when he finished third.
The chip leader for this tournament is China’s Yuan Li advanced with 5,315,000 in chips. Also in the race were Mark Self (3,850,000), Antoine Saout (3,615,000), Ankush Mandavia (1,240,000), Carlos Chang (975,000), Uri Reichenstein (715,000) and Boris Kolev (70,000).
Contest continues at 2:00 pm ET (10:00 am ET). The Big Blind bet has a lower blind reset of 30,000/60,000. The prize pool is $12,807. The winner of the contest will take home a whopping $524,777.