Anyone who wants to leave Puerto Iguazu with a KSOP GGPoker bracelet will have to beat local pro Federico Tur. At the end of a grueling third day, he leads the leaderboard with 4,040,000 chips (about 40 BBS).
South America’s invasion of inner-city casinos reflected in FT flag numbers. Argentina have Cristian Alejandro Saray and Francisco Ariel Vazquez Bustos as well as Tour. Meanwhile, the green-yellow team has fewer than four delegates. Colombia, meanwhile, are counting on Juan Sebastian Fonseca Chavez to regain his winning ways on the track. In February, he withdrew from the main event heads-up, losing to Jerónimo Ábalos.
Since 2023, KSOP GGPoker has gone through three stages, two live stages, and one online stage, and no Brazilian can give a victory cry in the main event.
Play briefly resumed at 3pm (Brasilia) with blinds 50,000/100,000 and BB antes. To follow broadcasts of revealed cards, simply visit the MundoTV channel on Twitch.
Number of chips
1. Federico Tur (Argentina) 4,040,000
2. Wendell Rogerio Athayde (Curitiba – Puerto Rico) 3,815,000
3. Cristian Alejandro Saray (Argentina) 3,310,000
4. Francisco Ariel Vazquez Bustos (Argentina) 2,945,000
5. Alexandre de Moraes (Cascavel – PR) 2,200,000
6. Leandro Prince 2,180,000 (Iguazu – PR)
7. Juan Sebastian Fonseca Chavez (Colombia) 2,025,000
8. Paolo Cicero Macedo (Campina Grande – PB) 1,590,000
1. 300,000 Reals
2. 170,000 reais
3. 105,000 reais
4. 70,000 reais
5. 53,000 reais
6. 40,000 reais
7. 32,000 reais
8. R$ 27,000