Yuri Martins and Allan Mello Take 85 FT in WSOP Event

Yuri Martins and Allan Mello Take 85 FT in WSOP Ev...

On the final Saturday of the 2023 WSOP, two national stars will battle it out for the gold bracelet. At the end of Day 2 of Event 85: $1,500 NL Hold’em Shootout, Yuri Martins and Allan Mello were among the ten finalists. Due to the format of the tournament, they have nearly the same stack size as their opponents.

During the second period of the tournament, Yuri walked past a table filled with the names of Sebastian Gale, Brian Hastings and others. and Julian Pineda. None of them could match the three-time WSOP champion, who even struggled in a heads-up match against Lee. After some head-to-head duels, the 9tales member flopped 8♥8♠ VERSUS A♣J♣ to defeat the last of his opponents.

Allan Mello (Allan Mello) also took a while to confirm that he can reach the final. On the bubble, he won a pre-flop all-in with A♥J♠ vs. K 10♣, ending Ukraine’s Vadim Shlez.

Gustavo Mastelotto just missed another bracelet. Faraz Jaka confirmed his ninth WSOP FT by beating the Santa Catarina native. He and Fabiano Kovalski, who fell earlier, both won $5,759.

Play resumes at 15:00 (BST) with blinds 15,000/30,000, BB ante. Check chip count:

1st place: Mo Zhou (China) 2,465,000

2nd place: Ao Chen (USA) 2,465,000

3rd place: Adam Friedman (USA) 2,415,000

Fourth place: Faraz Jaka (USA) 2,450,000

Fifth place: Matteo Cavelier (France) 2,420,000

Sixth place: Olga Iermolcheva (USA). ) 2,450,000

Seventh place: Yuri Martins (Brazil) 2,415,000

Eighth place: Michael Feinstein (USA) 2,415,000

Ninth place Name: Edward Moroczkowski (USA) 2,440,000

10th Place: Alan Mello (USA) 2,420,000

Award Ceremony

1 . $237,367

2. $146,686

3. $109,780

4. $82,954

5. $63,295

6. $48,772

7. $37,955

8. $29,834

9. $23,689

10. $19,003

Yuri Martins and Allan Mello Take 85 FT in WSOP Ev...

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