Azevedo swept the GGPoker Premium KSOP to claim the warm-up tournament trophy.

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Carioca Leonardo Azevedo ended up taking all the chips in this diverse event and taking the A fourth-place finish in the tournament series crowned the Brazilian king of poker. The champion defeated São Paulo’s André Leao heads-up for BRL 140,000 ($28,678). The runner-up won 100,000 reais ($20,484). On the podium was Elson Borges, who won the bronze medal and was awarded 65,000 reais ($13,315). Colombian Ramiro Molina was the only foreigner among the finalists. His sixth netted him 20,400 reais ($4,179).

Molina bids an early farewell to the final day of warm-ups in Rio de Janeiro.

This Saturday ends at the Sheraton Grand Hotel in Rio de Janeiro. The resort in the capital Rio de Janeiro hosted a No-Limit Hold’em Warm Up tournament, named Event #2 >Advanced for>Kings Series of Poker (KSOP) GGPoker phase; runs until August 11. After a frantic day of trying to decide the winner of this crowded event, local Leonardo Azevedo finally won the championship trophy and the coveted 140,000 Rays with all the chips in his hand Yar (USD) prize money won $28,678). Azevedo took the victory over André Leao of São Paulo, who took home R$100,000 ($20,484) for his second-place heads-up. On the podium was Elson Borges, also of the host country, who took home the bronze medal of 65,000 reais (US$13,315).

Ramiro MolinaColombia confirmed the high level of competition that usually separates the Colombians who take part in the series in what is the country’s mulberry One of the most important series in the Baba world. Molina was the only foreign player to reach the closing stages of the grueling tournament, and had to accept a payment of 20,400 reais ($4,179) after running out of chips in a six-max match.

There are 5 qualifying flights for this event, with 1,323 registrations after registration closed. This massive participation far exceeds the initial guaranteed amount of R$ 750,000 (US$ 153,632). The tournament buy-in fee is 800 reals ($164). Below we detail the prize money for the tournament finalists:

Champion: Leonardo Azevedo R$140,000 R$140,000 (US$28,678 ). )Second place: André Leao 100,000 reais ($20,484)Third place: Elson Borges 65,000 reais( 13,315 USD)Fourth Place: Matheus Abrantes40,000 Reals ($8,194)5. Ranking: Elvis Siqueira R$26,700 (US$5,469)Sixth Ranking: Ramiro Molina (Colombia) 20,400 Reals (US$4,179)Seventh Name: Jorge Santos17,000 Reals (US$3,482)8. Location: Vinicius Pinheiro R$14,190 (US$2,907)9th place 1st place: Lucas Oliva 12,000 reais (US$2,458)

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  • This text provides a recap of a poker tournament in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where Leonardo Azevedo emerged as the champion. The tournament had a diverse range of participants, with Andre Leao securing second place and Elson Borges winning the bronze medal. Colombian player Ramiro Molina also reached the finals, placing sixth.

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