Simon wins over Gladiators as Latin American powers into final


Cheapest live tournament in WSOP history comes to a close, Jason Simon won his first bracelet and the best award of his career.

Big field of 300 players in the US, 23,088 entrants$ buy-in Prize money for Event #18 Gladiators of Poker With a pool of $3,603,162, the second largest live tournament in the world is history.

Four events totaled a whopping 3,173 slots but only one A handful of players returned to the Las Vegas Horseshoe and Paris

Take part in Day 3, scheduled for Monday night, to see

Simon pose for a photo of the winner, along with $499,852.

“It’s incredible. Having friends here and rooting for them.” “It definitely helps that you give it your all. Your tournament life is so precious and you have to live it no matter what,” admired Simon.

“I never panicked when my stack dropped to 14 million, I did a double Found Up and climbed up from there. . I play mostly mixed games, mostly for tournaments No-limit hold’em, but then maybe I’ll play more tournaments,” he said.

On the other hand, the Latin American Armada and the Brazilian Caio Sobral 8th place. Ranked $58,466.

Jason Simon is the @WSOP Poker Champion Gladiator! ! !

Simon converted his $300 buy-in to earn him $499,852 and added a gold bracelet to his collection along with the WSOP Circuit ring he won in 2020.

📺 – Watch the full replay of the event here:  … pic.twitter.com/m1KOax5YLb

— PokerGO (@PokerGO) June 13, 2023

Event #18 $300 Gladiator Poker

Buy-In:$300Number of Participants: 23,102 Pot: $5,679,648

Final Table

Jason Simon – $499,852 2nd Place

Eric Trexler – $301,097 3rd Place

Wesley Cannon – $210,024 4th Place

Wade Wallace – $160,818 5.

Kfir Nahum – $123,831 6.

Bohdan Slyvinskyi – $95,883 7 .

Jonson Chatterley – $74,664 8.

Caio Sobral – $58,466 9.

Thomas Reeves – $46,051

ITM Latino (up to 1,000. square)

43°

Rodrigo de Sousa – $12,419 108°

Juan Reynoso – $3,540 149°

Mathias Morana – $3,540 160°

Trevor Whatmough – $3,540 256°

Julian Rugner – $2,610 267°

Andrea Quadros – $2,610 320°

Mario Donoso – $2,270 408°

Renan Bruschi – $1,987 415°

Joaquin Beletta – $1,710 468°

Carlos Vasconcelos – $1,710 488°

Victor · Hernan – $1,540 499°

Carlos Hey – $1,540 554°

Rodrigo Diggs – $1,370779°

Andrés Campero – $1,120 789°

Eduardo Freitas – 1.$120 802°

Dorian Ríos – $1,120 812°

Leo Fernández – US $1,120 985°

Erick Argote – $1,114

*Collection completed.

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