9 Brazilians have reached Day 2 of Event #79 (ITM).

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The sad taste of being knocked out of the WSOP Main Event is hard to get over anytime soon, but if there’s one way to speed up the process, it’s to get chips in another event in the series. Nine Brazilians did it this Monday (10).

Event #79 – $2,500 NLH had 2,068 players registered but only 310 players made it to day two, all ITM. The best Brazilian is Diego Solgato. The Goias native has amassed 757,000 in chips and is aiming for his first career bracelet.

Champions Renan Bruschi (493,000) and Rafael Reis (475,000) follow. GGPoker ambassador Dan Almeida clinches his tournament seat with 411,000 in chips. The Brazil squad also includes Affif Prado (410,000), André Berlanda (383,000), Paulo Joanello (221,000), Luis Kamei (129,000) and Caio Hey (99,000).

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Survivors have won at least $4,002, but they’re targeting the $682,436 prize pool set aside for the winner. Day 2 starts at 2pm. and. Blinds pay 5,000/10,000, with larger blind bets lasting 60 minutes.

You can follow all the updates in the Mundo Poker story

Check out the Brazilian chip counts:

Diego Sorgatto 757,000

Renan Bruschi 493,000

Rafael Reis 475,000

Daniel Almeida 411,00 0

Affif Pra do 410,000

André Berlanda 383,000

Paulo Joanello 221,000

Luis Kamei 129,000

Caio Hey 99,000

View Financial Times prize pool

1 – $682,436

2 – $42 1,761

3 – $310,528

4 – $230,772

5 – $173.121

6 – $121.111

7 – $77,401

8 – $60, 346

9 – $47,516

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Comments (4)

  • This text provides information about nine Brazilian players who were knocked out of the WSOP Main Event but have now advanced to day two of Event #79. The players have accumulated chips and are aiming for their first career bracelet, with a prize pool of $682,436.

  • Hodkiewicz.alford

    The text provides an update on the WSOP Main Event, highlighting nine Brazilian players who advanced to day two of Event #79. It also mentions their chip counts and prize pool information.

  • This text provides an update on the WSOP Main Event, highlighting the performance of nine Brazilian players who have advanced to day two in Event #79. The best Brazilian player, Diego Solgato, has accumulated 757,000 chips and is vying for his first career bracelet.

  • This text discusses Brazilians who were knocked out of the WSOP Main Event but are continuing their tournament journey in Event #79. They have the chance to win significant cash prizes and the Brazilian players are currently in good positions with Diego Solgatto leading the way.

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