WSOP 2023: Nicolás Kohan Finishes 10th in 1K Mini Main Event

WSOP 2023: Nicolás Kohan Finishes 10th in 1K Mini...

On Day 2 of the WSOP 2023 Event #74 Mini Main Event 1K yesterday, Nicolás Kohan was the 10th Argentine who traveled the farthest.

The tournament attracted 5,257 players who paid a $1,000 entry fee to play in the same structure as the Main Event 10K, but with 30-minute blinds. The prize pool is $4,678,730 to be shared among the top 789 entrants.

With only 10 players left, Nicolas called into the small blind, the big blind was A-10, and Q-Q was all-in. The board came 5-3-J-K-10 and Nicholas finished 10th for the biggest cash of his career: $42,012. This is his second cash prize at the 2023 WSOP, as he just finished 237th in Event 56 and won $1,276.

Ramiro Petrone

Argentinian prize money up for grabs in 2023 mini-main event:

  • Nicolás Kohan: 10th – $42,012
  • Ramiro Petrone: 19th – $21,602
  • Maximiliano Gallardo: 88th – $5,951
  • Maximiliano Gallardo: 88th – $5,951
  • Horacio Fernandez: 130th – $4,414
  • Agustín Naranja: 155th – $3,847
  • Mario Lopez: $172.- $3,847
  • Sergio De Benedictis: $258. – $2,994
  • Manuel Pochat: 263rd – $2,994 seconds
  • Thomas Umhlanga: 364th – $2,408
  • Diego Martinez: 397th – $2,408
  • Diego Martinez : No. 397 – $2,408
  • Diego Martinez
  • Gaston Gurevic: No. 484 Place – $2,001
  • Federico Roberto: 533′ – $1,751
  • Adrian Vargas: 593′ – $1,751 during the Mini Main Event Bubble

Source: WSOP .com

WSOP 2023: Nicolás Kohan Finishes 10th in 1K Mini...

Comments (2)

  • Gaylord.sierra

    This text provides information about the WSOP 2023 Event #74 Mini Main Event, including the number of players, entry fee, prize pool, and the success of Argentinian players in the tournament. It highlights Nicolás Kohan’s impressive 10th place finish, earning him a career-high cash prize of $42,012.

  • This text provides details about the WSOP 2023 Event #74 Mini Main Event 1K, including the number of players, the prize pool, and the top placings of some Argentine players. It also mentions Nicolás Kohan finishing 10th and winning $42,012, which is the biggest cash of his career so far.

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