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Ari Engel wins 15th WSOP Circuit ring 24 hours later; listen

One day after winning his 14th ring, Ari Engel won...

Ari Engel won a WSOP Circuit Online ring in late July, his 13th career ring. He is only two spots away from Maurice Hawkins, the biggest winner of the Gem Award. Excited about the chance to catch up, the Canadian headed to WSOP Circuit Grafton Casino and achieved the feat of winning two rings in 24 hours.

After winning Event 10 ($400 Horse), the star said he was really good in the mix, going over in Event 11 ($400 Pot Limit Big O) He defeated 61 competitors, earned $6,564, and received the historic 15th ring of his career. Engel tied Maurice Hawkins’ record and joined the American as the biggest jewelery winner.

The saga of Aris becoming a leader began long ago. His first WSOP Circuit victory came in 2007 in a $300 buy-in tournament. Seven of his wins came in mixed events. Engel admits he heads to Grafton, Calif., precisely because the starting lineup for these games offers so many options.

The Engel 15 ring final table included names like Rick Green, Christopher Linger and Christopher Watson, Kenneth Poe. His heads-up opponent was Jonathan Malcolm.

Biggest ring winners on the WSOP circuit:

Maurice Hawkins (USA) – 15

Ari Engel (Canada) – 15

Joshua Reichard (USA) – 14

Daniel Lowery (USA) – 13

Valentim Vornicu (Romania) – 12

Jeffrey Trudeau Jr. (USA) – 10

Robert Hankins (USA) – 10

Martin Ryan (Trinidad and Tobago ) – 10

David Larson (USA) – 10

One day after winning his 14th ring, Ari Engel won...

KSOP: Day 3 filled with decisions; listen

The warmup and PLO5 High Roller will be decided on...

Friday will be a busy day in the lobby of the Sheraton Rio de Janeiro Hotel. The day will be filled with exciting battles at the KSOP GGPoker Premium tables, with two big decisions: the start of a new, exciting three-day tournament, and two more one-day tournaments.

The starting lineup starts from the last warm-up qualifier. Day 1E of the R$800 and R$750,000 Guaranteed Tournaments is scheduled to start at 13:00 in the lobby of the Sheraton Hotel. Later, at 16:00, the tournament will enter the final day until the final table is determined.

The day’s Another big decision is the PLO5 High Roller. The final day of 13 qualifiers kicks off on Thursday, returning to action for the R$110,000 winner’s prize money and one of the event’s coveted trophies. HR PLO5 returns at 2pm to continue, live on MundoTV.

At 2pm, one of the most popular tournaments among players will also begin. That’s Progressive KO, and it’s currently going on for three days. The tournament buy-in is R$2,500 and the guaranteed prize pool is R$800,000. There will be two qualifiers on Friday, with Stage 1A scheduled for the afternoon and Stage 1B scheduled for 7pm. Day 2 took place on Saturday, decided to take place on Sunday.

Later, at 4 pm, the Mega Stack has guaranteed deposits of R$1,500 and R$100,000, another great opportunity for players to join the game of Secure in the series. It takes place over a single day with 20-minute blinds. Daily single re-entry (Turbo) is expected to start at 11pm with a buy-in of R$ 1,000.

The warmup and PLO5 High Roller will be decided on...

Sunday KSOP GGPoker Premium will have a lot going on

Network News: Mystery Show Mega Bounty Begins This...

Sunday will be a big day for KSOP GGPoker Premium. The main date of the week will also be a big one in Rio for those who play online poker, with the Sheraton offering attractions for all tastes and many decisions to make throughout the day.

The day begins with the highly anticipated debut of the Mystery Prog. Mega Bounty, which combines the popular envelope format with mystery prizes and progressives to bring a tournament type never before seen in Brazil. The R$3,000 and R$500,000 guaranteed tournaments consist of two qualifiers. The first day, Day 1A, begins at 2pm. On the other hand, Day 1B takes place at 19:00.

Also at 14:00, KSOP GGPoker Premium will return with three decisions. At this time, Freezeout, PLO and Women’s Qualifiers will return. All three games will meet their respective champions on Sunday, with exciting results in each.

Main Event The second qualifying round of the tournament was also held in the first hour of the afternoon. With a buy-in fee of R$3,000, Day 1B is another chance for players to secure a spot in the R$3 million guaranteed tournament. Then, at 10:00 p.m., Day 1C of the Main Event will also take place in a Turbo structure.

Another tiebreaker is scheduled for 3:00 p.m. After two days of competition, Progressive KO enters the third day, the final day, and the qualifiers are getting closer to glory. The contest is worthy of great prizes and will air on MundoTV on Sunday around 3:30pm.

Three other one-day races will be played on Sunday. At 3:00 pm, the 8-Max tournament starts with a BRL 1,000 buy-in and 20 minutes of blinds. Then, at 9pm, there will be Kings KO (Turbo), also with a buy-in of R$1,000 and blinds of 15 minutes. Finally, the night ended with a daily single re-entry (Turbo), which repeated the buy-in and blind time from the previous game.

Network News: Mystery Show Mega Bounty Begins This...

Steven Jones to Referee for 2023 Three-Man Main Event

Steven Jones to Referee for 2023 Three-Man Main Ev...

After Day 9 on Sunday, July 16 at the Horseshoe Events Center in Las Vegas, only three entrants remain for the 2023 Main Event. Three players from the United States are still in the running: Steven Jones, Daniel Weinman and Adam Walton.

The day begins with 9 finalists, including Juan Maceiras 🇪🇸. The Deportivo fan finished eighth, earning the biggest prize money of his career: $1,125,000. With this achievement, he climbed to 11th on the Spanish all-time money list.

Juan Maceiras with his A Coruña Railway.

Player eliminated on Day 9:

Last 3 Player Chips:

  1. Steven Jones🇺🇸: 238M (118 BBs)
  2. Daniel Weinman 🇺🇸: 199M (100 BBs)
  3. Adam Walton 🇺🇸: 165M (88 big blinds). )

The US team has not won a Main Event since John Cynn in 2018, and now they have another champion from their own country.

Steven Jones to Referee for 2023 Three-Man Main Ev...

2023 WSOP Main Event

2023 WSOP Main Event

Juan Manuel Pérez Solari (Form 668) and Jorge Postigo (Form 668) share a watch gold department. On the other hand, Felipe Ketcer (Table 616) turned to the Silver sector.

2023 WSOP Main Event

2.5 Million Guaranteed Prizes in New Series of PokerStars MicroMillions

2.5 Million Guaranteed Prizes in New Series of Pok...

The MicroMillions series has appeared in the PokerStars.frespt lobby. The Red Spade Room presents a new multi-table tournament section.

MicroMillions Series This new installment will start July 16 to 30; there will be 147 games; their starting prize pool is €2.5 million.

Among all tournaments, the Main Event stands out because of the purchase price. €50 with a guaranteed prize pool of €250,000.

In addition to the Main Event, the program includes 5 tournaments with guaranteed prize money over €50,000 (2 Sunday Grand Slams with a buy-in of €30, 2 The Bounty Hero High Roller has a buy-in of €50 and the Super High Roller has a buy-in of €100).

As for Buy-Ins, the minimum price is 1 Euro, maximum price For €100 (this is the buy-in for the aforementioned MicroMillions Super High Roller). Among them, the most common buy-in amounts are EUR 5, EUR 10 and EUR 20.

The main form is No Limit Texas Hold’em. Still, there will be 8 Pot Limit Omaha events. In the NLHE Championship we can enjoy many variants: Freezeout and Rebuy; Deepstack, Superstack and Gigastack; PKO, Ultra KO and Total KO; Turbo and Super Turbo Press; alternate blinds and bubble dashes.

Tournaments of all budgets, large numbers of participants and long durations await us. Get ready to shuffle and play deals!

Responsible Gambling. It is illegal for anyone under the age of 18 to play online poker.

2.5 Million Guaranteed Prizes in New Series of Pok...

System32 Hired for Tuesday’s High Roller at Winamax

System32 Hired for Tuesday's High Roller at Winama...

The Regular Championship and Mini WSOP events were the focus of Winamax .fres yesterday.

On Tuesday, 25 five-figure grand prize tournaments were organized in France with prize money of €50,000prize.

3 competitions brought prizes worth over €6,000 to the winners.

PetitRocher” won €200 Battle Royale (€7,581,70).

Finger in A” conquered 50€ Prime Time and won 7€ > ,622. 88.

System32” won 8€,784. 46 (biggest prize of the day), thanks to his win in the 250€ HighRoller.

  • In terms of prize pool, fiveexceedtournament€30,000Jackpot:
  • Battle Royale (€36,000).
  • After get off work (€33,000).
  • Mystery KO 10 ( €30,000).
  • Golden Hour (€48,000).
  • HighRoller (€34,000).

A new day of regular tournaments awaits us today with a mini WSOP event.

Responsible Play. Online poker rooms have different systems in place to encourage responsible play (such as self-exclusion or deposit limits).

System32 Hired for Tuesday's High Roller at Winama...

WSOP Investigates Public Allegations Against SHR Martin Kabrhel

WSOP Investigates Public Allegations Against SHR M...

Kornuth and Kabrhel

World Series of Poker At the request of the Las Vegas Review-Journal editor, said there was an open process to determine whether the allegations were factual , Martin Kabhel may have cheated in the $250,000 High Roller for good reason.

“While we never discuss the specific security protocols we employ” to monitor the players and equipment used in the game. The integrity of the game remains paramount and we can assure all users that we take these allegations very seriously. As this is an ongoing investigation, we have no further comment on this matter.

The Czech player came forward to his defense yesterday, mimicking the attack on Andrew’s phone call. Robl, who threatened to sue him.

..caused a media storm painting me as a liar. You can blame me for controversial behavior, bad jokes, awkward games or whatever you blame for my autistic behavior You can call me a nuisance, but calling me a liar is completely inappropriate…

— Martin Kabrhel (@martinkabrhell) June 20, 2023’s so easy to prove that such allegations are outright lies. I can’t believe how easy it is for people to join such allegations just because they personally don’t like me.

— Martin Kabrhel (@martinkabrhell) June 20, 2023

A Rozvadov regular thinks the way he behaves at the table may upset his opponents and will His worst behavior was blamed on autism issues, “but it amazes me how easy it is for people to join in with accusations like this just because they personally don’t like it. “”

This is the core of the problem. If this was just an internet thread and nothing more, the WSOP could dismiss the issue as fluff on her shoulder pads. But the truth is, Robl wasn’t the only one who was outspoken about Cabrell, saying: “Everyone knew him and we all cringed when he was brought to the table. When the player was in, someone voted him out.” . “He would have been voted out by a unanimous vote, and the poker players couldn’t agree on anything.”

With Phil Hellmuth and Chance Kornuth from the same tournament entrantStrong>> was quick to agree with Roble, and worse, after management stepped in numerous times to resolve the table with the Czech After the argument, Konus and some of the finalists communicated very directly with Kabul. Chance even erected a wall of chips to prevent Kabrhel from looking at the back of his cards, and the finalist had management make a rule not to allow Martin to get up from his seat during the hand. To make matters worse, Dan Smith contacted Kabrhel directly after his withdrawal and wanted him banned from the WSOP forever.

In his tweet, Kabrhel said some pretty sensible things, which is that for a festival as professional as the WSOP, it should be easy to prove that the allegations against him are lies.

Indeed, given that the excitement has spilled over to social networks and mainstream media, and has the potential to recur and worsen every time Cabrell checks in at the box office for the tournament, it’s best to be cognizant of what happened. The matter gives the internal investigation official status.

WSOP Investigates Public Allegations Against SHR M...

Felipe Boianovsky is the Super Tuesday $1,050 winner

Felipe Boianovsky is the Super Tuesday $1,050 winn...

Felipe Boianovsky cheers for Brazil with a spike-filled straight during the $1,050 PokerStars Super Tuesday on Tuesday the 20th. The lipe piv account pilot racked up a total of $15,694 in wins.

Boianovsky didn’t stop there. While visiting GGPoker, the ace won JPY 49,820 over 3 hands for JPY 5,500 in the APL Series 6-Max High Roller for an average payout of USD 7.5,000.

Daniel “DanielJulio1” Julio is the pinnacle of the country in the $55 Mini Bounty Builder HR. He beat a field of 2,118 entrants to increase his bankroll by $14,125.

Meanwhile, “Chacal JF” won $13,877 after beating 102 opponents in the $530 Bounty Builder High Roller.

Kaio “kaiotex” Camargo took the silver medal in the $109 Mini Super Tuesday for $5,792.

Felipe Boianovsky is the Super Tuesday $1,050 winn...

Paulo Brombim beats high roller for $530

Paulo Brombim beats high roller for $530

The country’s mills gear up for another busy period at PokerStars. Paulo “paulinhoo00” Brombim won the $530 Bounty Builder High Roller for a $33,112 prize pool. There were 338 participants in the tournament.

In Event 45 of the 50/50 Series: $50 NL Hold’em, Antero “AnteroBH” Goulart won the gold medal for $18,281.

In the $109 Sunday Cooldown, Jose Donato took all the chips. For the bracelet, account owner “CannaGrower1” won $12,070.

Previously, in Event 44: $50 NL Hold’em Sunday Marathon SE, Vinícius “diamondsir” Trindade exited heads-up and conceded $11,501.

Paulo Brombim beats high roller for $530

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