Ramon Kropmmans Wins WSOP Online Circuit Championship with Gold Ring

Ramon Kropmmans Wins WSOP Online Circuit Champions...

Brazilians line up in Las Vegas even when staying in hotels. In the early hours of the morning, Ramon Kropmanns won at WSOP.com to claim his first WSOP Circuit gold ring. In Event 11: $2,000 NL Hold’em Super High Roller, the Midas star beat 119 opponents for $79,587.

Ramon is the only domestic player participating in the ITM competition. Throughout the tournament, he had to face a number of local pros, including Brian Altman, Alex Fox and Michael Lech. The latter is the opponent of Paranaense heads-up. Through the “miguelfiesta” account, he’s looking for his ninth WSOP Circuit title, his second of the tournament.

In 2020, Lech also won at WSOP.com, Event 13: $1,500 NL Hold’em high roller Freezeout won his only bracelet.

Event 11 awarded a total of $323,000 in prize money, more than double the guaranteed prize money of $150,000. Check out how much each finalist has received:

1. Ramon “Pachamama” Kropmanns (Brazil) $79,587

2. Michael “miguelfiesta” Lech (USA) $56,815

3. David “Bewater” Goodman (USA) $40,568

4. Alex “OrcinusOrca” Foxen (USA) $29,005

5. “kuanteen” (UK) $20,704

6. “ScarFaceNL” (Austria) $14,793. Joseph “Kolebear” Hebert (USA) $10,562

8. Brian “JackBogle” Altman (USA) 6,847

Ramon Kropmmans Wins WSOP Online Circuit Champions...

Comments (4)

  • The text discusses the success of Brazilian poker player Ramon Kropmanns at the WSOP Circuit gold ring event in Las Vegas. It highlights his victory against several international players, including Michael Lech, and the prize money awarded to each finalist.

  • This text highlights the success of Brazilian poker player Ramon Kropmanns in winning his first WSOP Circuit gold ring in Las Vegas. He emerged as the only domestic player among the top contenders, defeating several local pros and earning a prize of $79,587.

  • I think the text highlights the success of Brazilian poker player Ramon Kropmanns at a WSOP Circuit event in Las Vegas. He faced tough competition from local pros and ultimately took home the first place prize of $79,587.

  • Abigayle.sauer

    This text describes Brazilian poker player Ramon Kropmanns winning a WSOP Circuit gold ring in Las Vegas. He beat 119 opponents in a $2,000 NL Holdem Super High Roller event, taking home $79,587 in prize money.

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