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Triton Poker is uploading the second chapter of its NLHE Special CASH GAME Part II as open access

Triton Poker is uploading the second chapter of it...

If you’re not used to the format of these fun Triton series cash games, you should know that they are short series, usually five episodes, followed during the hiatus of the Triton series

This particular game is a $1,000/$2,000 game with a BB stake of $2,000 and each player has $200,000 to buy chips.

In order to understand what you are seeing on the screen, it is necessary to explain how Stand-Up works.

To encourage action, all players agree that the player who ends up winning the pot must pay each opponent $5,000. In the early days of this type of side betting, players started standing up and sitting down as they won pots. The last player standing loses the bet.

Here, the player who wins the pot is dealt a card, and the player who runs out of cards last loses. In order to collect your card, you must present your card. They explained it to Calvin Lee at the start of the game and explained it to Paul Phua when he sat down. When only two or three players remain to win the pot, the impact of the game on the game can be felt.

Aaron Zang’s entry comes at the end of the current standings.

Triton Poker is uploading the second chapter of it...

2023 Main Event: Eight Argentines survive day four

2023 Main Event: 8 Argentines survive day 4

Day 4 of the 2023 Main Event takes place on Monday, July 10th. 1,517 players are still up for grabs and hoping to make it into the top 1,507 prize money.

The money bubble burst quickly when Jeppe Bisgaard, Yueqi Wang and Peter Nigh were eliminated in the same hand at different tables. All three won $10,000 and defined the official “Bubble Man” with an open hand. Bisgaard won the hand and a consolation prize going into the 2024 Main Event.


When play resumed, short stacks came into play and hundreds were eliminated. After 5 rounds of blinds, there were only 441 players left, entering Day 5. Chip leader is Ryan Tosoc with 5.1 million in chips.

Latin American players who made money on Day 4:

Joao Simao πŸ‡§πŸ‡· (445th – $37,500), Theo Devidal πŸ‡¨πŸ‡΄ (48th) 8th – $37,500), Omar Baretta πŸ‡¦πŸ‡· (4th 85th – $35,000), Yuri Dzivielevski πŸ‡§πŸ‡· (490th – $35,000), German Danish πŸ‡¦πŸ‡· (507th – $35,000 – USD), Emmanuel LΓ³pez πŸ‡¦ πŸ‡· (584th – $32,500), Francisco Benitez πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Ύ (No. 594 – $32,500), Diego Sanchez πŸ‡²πŸ‡½ (700Β° – $27,500), Adrian Troya πŸ‡΅ πŸ‡¦ (748Β° – $27,500), Marco Z Γ©vola πŸ‡¦πŸ‡· (755Β° – $27,500), Mauricio Aruanno Parodi πŸ‡¦πŸ‡· (802Β° – $25,000), MatΓ­as Scaffo πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Ύ (832Β° – $25,000), Jo sΓ© Iron πŸ‡¨πŸ‡΄ (959Β° – $22,500), Rodrigo Rischmag πŸ‡¨πŸ‡± (972Β° – $22,500), Matias Duarte πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Ύ (993. – $20,000), Le Onard o Daviglus πŸ‡¦πŸ‡· (1.005. – $17,500), Eduardo de la Isla πŸ‡²πŸ‡½ (1,045. – $17,500), Daniel Barahona πŸ‡¨πŸ‡± (1,113Β° – $17,500 ), Fernando Sampetro πŸ‡¦πŸ‡· (1 ,169Β° – $17,500), JosΓ© More πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Ύ (1,199Β° – $17,500), Mariano Gondolo πŸ‡¦πŸ‡· (1,257Β° – 1 $5,000), Giuseppe Callio πŸ‡¦πŸ‡· (1,294 Β° – u$s) $s 15,000), Cristian Penacastro πŸ‡¨πŸ‡΄ (1,296Β° – $15,000), Eli Nacash πŸ‡²πŸ‡½ (1,30 2Β° – $15,000), Blas Torres πŸ‡¦πŸ‡· (1,411Β° – $15,000) ), Jesus Bertoli πŸ‡» πŸ‡ͺ (1,428Β° – $15,000) and Augusto Hagen πŸ‡¦πŸ‡· (1,431Β° – $15,000).

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Latinos who advanced to Day 5:

Hermilo Garza πŸ‡² πŸ‡½ ( 3.7m), Hilton Laborda πŸ‡§πŸ‡· (2.8m), Vitor Bengozi πŸ‡§πŸ‡· (2.6m), Michael Duek πŸ‡¦πŸ‡· (2.6m), Thiago Macedo πŸ‡§πŸ‡· (2.5m), Arthur Souza De Campos πŸ‡§πŸ‡· (2.3m), Hilton Lorenzo πŸ‡§πŸ‡· (2.2m), Roman Hrabec πŸ‡²πŸ‡½ (2m), Oscar Alache πŸ‡¨πŸ‡± (1.9m), Rafael Moraes πŸ‡§πŸ‡· (1.8m), Rodri.go Motoki πŸ‡§πŸ‡· (1.6m), Gustavo Mastelotto πŸ‡§πŸ‡· (1.5m), Juan Marcos Lopez πŸ‡¦πŸ‡· (1.4m), Carlos Leiva πŸ‡¦πŸ‡· (1.2m), Diego Emperador πŸ‡§πŸ‡· (1.1m), Luis Yepez πŸ‡»πŸ‡· ( m), Christian Roberts πŸ‡»πŸ‡ͺ (930,000), Jorge Postigo πŸ‡΅πŸ‡ͺ (830,000), Carlos Enrique da Silva πŸ‡§πŸ‡· (769,000), Danny Grogan πŸ‡¬πŸ‡Ή (730,000), Eduardo Amaral πŸ‡§πŸ‡· (730,000), Jorge Dominguez πŸ‡¦πŸ‡· (615,000), Mario Lopez πŸ‡¦πŸ‡· (61​5,000), Manuel PorchardtπŸ‡¦πŸ‡· (560,000), Ariel CelestinoπŸ‡§πŸ‡· (490,000). ), Lucas Pochat πŸ‡¦πŸ‡· (460,000), Ezequiel Lebed πŸ‡¦πŸ‡· (365,000), Edgardo RosarioπŸ‡΅πŸ‡· (240,000) and Luis AbdullahπŸ‡§πŸ‡· (140 ,000).

Michael Duek Still in contention:

Ju an Maceiras πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Έ (3.9m), John Racener (3.7m), Nicholas Rigby (3.6m), three-time bracelet winner Chance Kornuth (3.2m), Rene Lazaro πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Έ (3.2m), Nate Silver (2.2m), Ludovic Geilich (1.9m), 15-time WSOP Circuit Champion Maurice Hawkins (1.7m), Alec Torelli (1.7m), Niall Farr ell (1.5m), Tony Dunst (1.5m), Ky na England (1.4m), 2005 winner Joe Hachem (1.4m), Dario Sammartino (1.3m), Jeremy Becker (1.2m), strong>Toby Lewis (1.2m), Davidi Kitai (1.2m), Faraz Jaka (1m), author Amanda Botfeld (91 0,000), Jeff Gross (665,000), Jason Koon (530,000) and 2003 winner Chris Moneym aker (435,000).

You can view the full chip count here. Day 5 blinds start at 10,000/25,000.

Oscar Alache Schedule:

  • Day 1A
  • Day 1B
  • Day 1C
  • Day 1D
  • Day 2ABC
  • Day 2D
  • Day 3
  • Day 5: Tuesday, July 11 at 12 noon (Level 5).
  • Day 6: Wednesday 12th July 12pm (5 levels to play)
  • Day 7: Thursday 13th July 12pm (5 levels to play)
  • Day 8: Friday 14th July 12pm (until 9-handed final table)
  • Day 9 Day: Sunday, July 16th at 1:30pm (4 players left).
  • Day 10: Monday, July 17th at 1:30pm


2023 Main Event: 8 Argentines survive day 4

The Correct and Legal Way to Bet on the WSOP

The Correct and Legal Way to Bet on the WSOP

While they appear to be the same game of poker at first glance, each organization can set some proprietary rules, and with this in mind, the WSOP has clearly defined the parameters for betting on each event.

There are several known stories where players only pay if they really want to raise their hand and vice versa. In many cases, there is also the question of which vote or action is more relevant?

Now that the most important part of the Main Event is coming up, it is important to read the document that contains the WSOP Guidelines and their application.

As far as betting is concerned, introduces verbal and chips, which means that such bets will be made by verbal explanation and/or chip drawing. Such verbal statements may be general in nature, such as “raise,” specify an amount (such as “one thousand”), or both, “raise, one thousand.”

On the other hand, if the player does not make a bet and declares a “call”, some void bets will be determined to be checks, but if he declares a “raise”, the player must bet at least the minimum bet.

A player who declares “check” before betting may call or fold but not raise. As with all betting rules, specifying only a certain amount is the same as silently betting the same amount: saying “two hundred” is the same as silently betting 200 chips.

Also remember that participants must always take turns. They may not act willfully out of sequence to affect the play of others and may be penalized.

Competitors who are skipped for acting out of sequence must defend their right to act. If the skipped contestant does not speak until substantive action occurs to his or her left, the out-of-line action is binding. Those on the field will be asked to decide what to do with the skipped hand.

In the detailed WSOP documentation, you’ll learn not only the basics of the game, but also how to behave at the table, allowed electronic devices and more. You can read the full text here.

The Correct and Legal Way to Bet on the WSOP

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

WSOP: Renan Bruschi, Rafael Reis & Dan Almeida Top...

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), AndrΓ© 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

AndrΓ© 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

WSOP: Renan Bruschi, Rafael Reis & Dan Almeida Top...

Ten Spanish Doubles Mark PokerStars’ Super Monday

Ten Spanish Doubles Mark PokerStars' Super Monday

Regular daily tournaments are the centerpiece of PokerStarsSuper Monday.

The House of Red Spades organized 85-figure jackpot tournaments with prize money worth €164,000. No Spanish team has won in 8 games.

The victory went to the smaller MTT. La Roja had a total of 20 MTTwins yesterday. These are Monday’s Spanish winners:

  1. “jesus6666619” (PKO €10).
  2. “CompetiTattoo18” (PKO €5).
  3. “lebron KQ” (SuperStack €1).
  4. “edux190” (PKO €10).
  5. “chambao28” (PKO €5).* “ch ambao28” (PKO €5). *
  6. “martin080527” (SuperStack €5).
  7. “baldomer57” (Ultra KO €20).
  8. “J.K.PKR 89” (Colossal €30). * “ArtusG” (PKO €30).
  9. “ArtusG” (PKO €50).*.
  10. “markruiz93” (SuperStack €5). * “rogernu7” (SuperStack 5 euros).
  11. “rogernu7” (Bounty Generator €5).
  12. “joseba 152328” (SuperStack 3 Euros). * “joseba 152328” (SuperStack 3 Euros).
  13. “El Pacient77” (20€ for 8 games).
  14. “monis io” (blowout €30).
  15. “chaparro4865” (Bounty Generator €20).
  16. “GanaDollars” (Hold’em NL €3).
  17. “mesajerez” (PKO Β£1).
  18. “Makiavelo33” (Hold’ em NL Β£1).
  19. “menfixxx” (Omaha PKO €3).
  20. “M NA 1999” (Hold’em NL Β£1).

The Spaniards managed a staggering 10doubles (listed with an asterisk). On the other hand, the balance in the HU is bad for our team: 10win vs.122nd.

These are the results of the most important races on Monday:

  1. K. Augusto10 (Sunday Special 100 Euros. Prize Pool: 8,386.05 Euros. Venue: 587. Prize Pool: 52,830 Euros. Country: Brazil).
  2. bprpm (Mini Thunder €10. Prize pool: €2,534.30. Venue: 2,544. Prize pool: €22,896. Country: Portugal).
  3. eestebangocuu (Thunder €) 50. Bonus: 3,149.7 €0. Number of entries: 492. Number of entries: 492. Prize pool: €22,140. Country: Uruguay) Sixth place: 1,185. Prize pool: Β£10,665. Country: Kazakhstan).
  4. DΓ©sirΓ© Doue (Bounty Builder €20. Prize money: €1,362.15. Number of entries: 556. Prize pool: €10,008. Country: France).
  5. Gambbels (Big Bang €50. Prize money: €2,205.13. Number of entries: 278. Prize pool: €12,510. Country: Belarus).
  6. Gambbels (Big Bang €50. Prize money: €2,205.13. Number of entries: 278. Prize pool: €12,510. Country: Belarus).
  7. redfinger5 (Bounty Night €10. Prize pool: €1,893.93. Number of entries: 2,000. Prize pool: €18,000. Country: France).

Today we are back in the conference room for the regular tournament schedule. VGL, in Spanish!

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Ten Spanish Doubles Mark PokerStars' Super Monday

Bruno Jardim Takes Podium in Monday’s Monster Stack HR $1,050 Event on the WSOP Circuit

Bruno Jardim Takes Podium at Monday's WSOP Circuit...

Grinder Bruno Jardim continues his hard work at GGPoker. While waiting for the GGMillion$ final, account owner “Depaulainspt” added to his bankroll by $20,763 by winning a bronze medal in Monday’s Monster Stack HR $1,050 event on the WSOP Circuit. Michel “BIRACITY” Wenning finished fourth for $15,570 a few minutes earlier.

Diego “Dihh21” Costa (1st place) and Geraldo “UmReiNoRiver” Cesar (4th place) won $11,833 and $4,990, respectively, in the $888 Mad Eight HR competition. 43 competitors took part in the tournament.

Luis Gustavo also appears on the site. He won the $44 Forty Stack Bounty out of 2,842 people, a feat that earned him $10,339.

The “Fact Finder” defeated 4,652 opponents in the $15 Mini Monday Monster Stack to take home the $7,033 prize.

Antero “Ehrmantraut” Goulart finished on the podium in the $25 GGMasters Classic. $5,959.

Bruno Jardim Takes Podium at Monday's WSOP Circuit...

WSOP: Yuri Martins and Alan Melo finish fifth and ninth in shootout

Yuri Martins and Allan Mello Eliminated in 5th and...

The final table of the WSOP Brazil Doubles on Saturday (15th) did not end the way fans had hoped. Yuri Martins and Allan Mello were eliminated in fifth and ninth respectively, missing their goal of winning the Event #85 Bracelet ($1,500 Penalty Shootout).

Yuri was awarded $63,295 for entering the competition. Allen was awarded $23,689 for his performance. Penalty shootouts are played in three different stages. The system is like a knockout game. The winner of each table qualifies for the next table and earns a spot at the 10-handed final table with two wins. There were 987 participants in the field.

Due to the format of the tournament, all players start with very tight stacks (around 2,500,000 chips). In the first level, Allan Mello came out on top, almost reaching the 5,000,000 mark after a beautiful bluff against Ukraine’s Olga Iermolcheva. The first knockout over four levels was knocked out by American Edward Mroczkowski.

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Allan had all the chips, but the gaucho had only played three hands before the game suddenly collapsed. The first was called by Frenchman Matteo Cavelier after five bets before the flop. On the flop, Allan c-bet 10% of the pot and saw his opponent go all-in and bust. Soon after, he was hit by a poor 77-for-44 by Adam Friedmann. In the final hand with 12BBs, he raised all-in with AT on the button after a cut-off raise and was called by JJ. The board didn’t bring what Sheik needed.

Shortly after Allan was eliminated, Yuri Martins lost to AQ in a crucial 99 coin toss, leaving just six big blinds. After the flop, the Parana native was down to 2.5 blinds, but was on track to take back more than 20 blinds. “theNERDguy” tripled his power with AA and then doubled it with KK in a mindless war with Olga.

Yuri experienced three eliminations, which led to his salary increase before being eliminated. He had around 10BBs on the cutoff and had QT, which Michael Finstein called on the button. With no one else interested, the Brazilian’s last board in the game was the K4958.

Allan Mello

Yuri Martins and Allan Mello Eliminated in 5th and...

Diego Ventura is the WSOP Hall of Fame Overall Champion

Diego Ventura Overcomes Huge Heads-Up Gap to Earn...

Brazil has won 4 bracelets so far in this WSOP, but it is safe to say that only a fraction of the new world champion’s bracelets are green and yellow. Peruvian Diego Ventura, who has lived in Brazil and is close to Brazilian players, was the big winner in Event #86 ($1,979 Poker Hall of Fame NLH).

The tournament honors players in the select group of the Poker Hall of Fame, which currently consists of 32 living members. Everyone who enters this tournament will receive a bonus equal to the year they were inducted into the Hall of Fame. For example, Phil Hellmuth was selected in 2007, so his prize money is $2,007.

Ventura beat out 1,417 entrants to take home the regular prize of $402,054. It was the first bracelet of his career for Peru’s biggest poker star, whose live earnings surpassed $2 million and the game was worth more than $2 million.

Learn more: Ali Imsirovic returns to WSOP after recent tournament Controversial video heads into Day 2 of Event #85 and sparks debate on Twitter

Diego’s supporters at the final table included several Brazilian friends such as Laura Cintra, Lucas Fauth and the audience Register Live. He started out as the chip leader at the final table and went heads-up without any major issues. The final act of the match saw Ventura face its biggest challenge in the tiebreaker, turning the tables and beating American Thomas Kysar.

Heads-up starts with 27,300,000 in chips for Kysar and 15,250.000 for Kysar. He still managed to widen the gap and almost make it 3-1, but it was Diego’s performance that we saw. Hand after hand he built up chips and turned things around. After Thomas was short-stacked, a pre-flop all-in against K2’s A8 won the title. The fake J52J5 motherboard decides the winner.

Check out the final prize pool:

1. – Diego Ventura (Peru) – $402,054

2. Place – Thomas Kysar (USA) – $248,502

3rd Place – Jason James (Canada) – $179,593

4th Place – Francis Anderson (USA) – $131,324

5th Place – Jose Nadal (Mexico) – $97,174

6. – Louie Torres (USA) – $72,773

7. – Martin Jacobson (Sweden) – $55,165

8. – Leonid Yanovski (Israel) – $42,336

9. – Jimmy Setna (Canada) – $32,897

Diego Ventura Overcomes Huge Heads-Up Gap to Earn...

Allan Mello and French show their cards in FT’s 5bet parade

Allan Mello says he beats KK in 5-bet final table...

The early hours of the WSOP $1,500 final table were great for Allan Mello. The Samba team-mate and coach led for a while, but the castle began to crumble after a fight with Frenchman Matteo Cavelier. The two were the players with the most chips on the table at the time.

Blinds were 40,000/80,000 and Michael Finstein raised to 160,000. Next to the American, Allan three-bet to 400,000 in chips. Cavelier was in the big blind and four-bet to 1,000,000. Michael folded. Sheik thought for a while before deciding to five-bet to 1,600,000 chips. It didn’t take long for the Frenchman to call and make a fortune.

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failed. Allan decided to c-bet 325,000 chips and Cavelier immediately moved all-in with more chips in the stack. Allen, 2,275,000 behind, expressed great displeasure at the situation. After a few minutes of thinking, the grinder gave up, rather reluctantly.

Allan revealed to the audience after the game that he folded KK. Some time later, Cavelier retired in sixth. Ukrainian Olga Iermolcheva was very curious and asked the Frenchman what he liked about this particular maneuver. Matteo wasn’t sure, and said it was AA, as several people around had speculated.

Allan Mello says he beats KK in 5-bet final table...

Rebirth of the Venturi Effect: “I’ve always wanted to open this door so others can be inspired.”

Rebirth of the Venturi Effect:

In an epic finale to the WSOP 2023, Diego Ventura fulfilled a dream he had long before becoming a professional poker player: he won the World Series of Poker and took his first Bracelets to take home.

Diego Ventura smiles with his first bracelet.

The talented Peruvian and GGPoker ambassador shines in this spectacular Event #86 $1,979 Poker Hall of Fame Bounty No-Limit Hold’em, a A tournament honoring the Poker Hall of Fame. In this unique competition, each member of this select club receives a bounty representing their value for joining the honor group.

“I guess I’ve always wanted to open this door for other people. Peruvians are inspired and want everyone to feel worthy of great things in life.”

But realizing this One goal is not an easy path: “Sometimes I doubt myself because how is it possible? I’ve been playing for so long and haven’t won many live matches,” said the champion. But then I felt like God’s timing was perfect timing.

Diego was very excited when he entered the final table, but he did not forget the goal: “Actually, I was very excited before this, and when I reached the final table, I wanted to cry. I thought: wait, now is not the time, so I tried to calm myself down. When that moment came, I was so calm that I couldn’t release my feelings until I started thinking about my life and at that moment I became emotional. “

Here is our full interview with the champion:

This victory not only marks a milestone in Ventura’s career, but also a source of pride in Latin American poker, allowing it to grow and become a regional poker reference, a phenomenon we call the “Ventura Effect”.

Birth of the Ventura Effect

The game was born on the occasion of the 2015 PCA final table, when a crowd gathered in a bar in his home country to cheer on their compatriots in pure football team style.

At that time was at this time, we reported this way:

“The sports division of American TV, one of the most important media companies in the United States, after a few hours , Peru arrived on the scene to report what happened. She excitedly took a few photos of the boys and also conducted several interviews with our boys.” On the show Jorge Solari, a well-known journalist Conducted interviews in which I stood behind a cameraman and followed the conversation closely, every question Solari asked you could sense his confusion over what he saw: a group of young people and adults strangely enjoying a poker tournament, A 25-year-old with a successful career in a game called poker, the Peruvian has faced hundreds of players sitting in his seat. Now, journalists get more surprises in the newsroom: Poker is a mind sport, Brazil already has a poker federation, Ronaldo finished 26th in the same event, and he’s at the Ballon d’Or Not just because he’s in the Golden Globes, but Peru has become the 2012 World Champion of Poker.

This is the vibe we experienced at this Peruvian bar. If you want to read the full story of the experience, click here.

In 2003, Chris Moneymaker marked a back and forth in the poker world. Perhaps in the next few months we will witness a similar phenomenon in our country. We already have the first clues: a) Jorge Solari’s reporting for AmΓ©rica Deportes was on the main page of last night’s news show. While some information that the poker community deemed relevant was omitted, the report was news and a sign of openness. Also, as I write this, I’m rushing into the living room at home because another major media outlet, Pan Am TV, has just reported Diego’s victory and listed poker as a “mind sport”; b) press and radio Radio also took note of the achievements of our fellow citizens. The Industria Trujillo and the RPP (Radio Peruvian Radio) website have given explicit praise to Ventura for his performance; c) In poker forums, the curiosity of new users about the game is always present, two of which I will quote Articles: “Can someone tell me how to start playing poker?”, “How do I play real money tournaments?” “Please let me know, I’m new” and d) You told me that the Peruvian Poker Association’s Facebook page has over 200 applications are awaiting acceptance.

We experienced this on the spot:

Then there is the Ventura Effect over time, it was born and spread to our time, hundreds of people from our continent Players are motivated by the exploits of the Peruvian, who doesn’t hesitate to share his knowledge with the entire community.

  • Who is Diego Ventura?

This answer is best explained by the impeccable work of our colleague Pamela Pamsi Balzano who draws my life / strong > And told the story of the Peruvians.

  • Ventura’s Legacy

Ventura has already made his name in Latin American poker history, but he is continuing to build his legacy for a new generation by creating engaging content through his social networks, In it he emphasizes the importance of emotional intelligence or the mind game and its vital component in advancing in one’s career.

  • Ventura’s Historic Victory

Event #86 US$1,979 Poker Hall of Fame Prize No Limit Hold’em

Buy-in: $1,979 Field: 1,417 Pot: $2,495,776

Final Table

1Β° Diego Ventura – $402,0542. Thomas Kaiser – $248,5023. Jason James – $179,5934. Francis Anderson – $131,324 5Β° Jose Nadal – $97,1746Β° Louis Torres – $72,7737Β° Martin Jacobsen – $55,1658Β° Leonid Yanovsky – $42,3369. Jimmy Setner – $32,897

More ITM Latino

26. Francis Cruz – $13,62841. Adnan Yahya – $9,49352. Guert Fortuna – $8,08678. Jefferson Guerrero – $5,43494. Mathias Gabrenja – $4,479102. Carlos Lam Wu – $4,158119Β° Francisco Pinho Correa – $3,918120Β° Luis Yepes – $3,918173Β° Jose Ruiz – $3,429194Β° Martin Pineiro – $3,135

Rebirth of the Venturi Effect:

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