CBPE identifies 12 teams to qualify for Day Two

CBPE sets final day of qualifiers, big teams still...

The Brazilian Team Championship (CBPE) started yesterday and even without prize money, the tournament brought together many of the country’s best players to represent their states. On day one, all 19 teams were looking for their best performances. By the end of the day, 12 of those teams had advanced to Day 2.

In the grand meeting atmosphere of CBPE, all teams participated in different competitions: Sit and Go NLH – 6 Max KO , Sit and Go PLO – 6 Max KO, Heads Up, Sit and GO NLH – 10 Hands and Sit and Go Dealer’s Choice (NLH and PLO) – 10 Hands KO. The Sergipe team topped the standings on day one.

Sergipe played well under coach Rafael Betão, taking the lead with 84 points. Alexandre Rivero’s Rio de Janeiro are second with 78 points, while coach Piragibe Lindolfo’s Pará round out the top three with 64 points.

From Paraná State , defending champions, teams from Rio Grande do Norte, Alagoas, São Paulo, Tocantins, Amazonas, Paraiba, Goias and Rio Grande do Sul also made it through, The latter lead by one point over the first team outside the qualifying zone.

People from the states of Pernambuco, Ceará, Minas Gerais, Bahia, Mato Grosso, Rondonia and the Federal District are out of luck , was eliminated on the first day. The 12 qualifier teams returned to the tables today to determine the overall winner of the deep stacked Bookers’ Choice tournaments (NLH and PLO) – 10-man KO.

The game will resume today at 2:00 pm. 00:00 pm The CBPE champion team will receive trophies for their achievements, while all other players will receive medals.

CBPE sets final day of qualifiers, big teams still...

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  • This text provides an overview of the Brazilian Team Championship, highlighting the teams that advanced to day two of the tournament and the different competitions they participated in. It also mentions the top-performing team on day one and the qualifying teams for the overall winner determination.

  • This text provides an overview of the Brazilian Team Championship (CBPE), highlighting the qualifying teams for Day 2 based on their performances in various competitions. It also mentions the top-ranked team, Sergipe, and gives insights into the tournament structure and prizes.

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