Check out the Latino prize money in the WSOP Paradise Main Event

Check out the Latino prize money in the WSOP Parad...

Day two of the WSOP Paradise Main Event took place on Tuesday, December 12, with 447 players still competing against 3,010 entrants. The tournament has a purse of $15,050,000, with the top 447 entrants receiving the prize money.

Latin American players recognized on day two:

  • Vito Díaz (Venezuela): 139° – u$s 16.200
  • Damián Salas (Argentina): 153° – u$s 13.900
  • Luis Valencia (México): 155° – u$s 13.900
  • Eduardo Sánchez (Colombia): 168° – u$s 13.900
  • Jorge Ribeiro (Brasil): 182° – u$s 13.900
  • Vanildo Ferreira (Brasil): 186° – u$s 13.900
  • Matías Chervin (Argentina): 197° – u$s 12.100
  • Renan Bruschi (Brasil): 220° – u$s 12.100
  • Lucas Furtado (Brasil): 234° – u$s 12.100
  • Michael Acevedo (Costa Rica): 246° – u$s 10.600
  • Pedro Madeira (Brasil): 258° – u$s 10.600
  • Sebastián Henao (Colombia): 263° – u$s 10.600
  • Diego De Lima (Brasil): 276° – u$s 10.600
  • Ramiro Petrone (Argentina): 281° – u$s 10.600
  • Marcelo Betto (Brasil): 282° – u$s 10.600
  • Misael Iadisernia (Venezuela): 288° – u$s 10.600
  • Bruno Albuquerque (Brasil): 320° – u$s 9.300
  • Nello Neto (Brasil): 325° – u$s 9.300
  • Andre Luchi (Brasil): 327° –  u$s 9.300
  • Diego Ventura (Perú): 345° – u$s 9.300
  • Ramon Silva (Brasil): 351° – u$s 9.300
  • Ricardo Silva (Brasil): 356° – u$s 9.300
  • Sergio Espinosa (Colombia): 389° – u$s 8.500
  • Yuri Dzivielevski (Brasil): 391° – u$s 8.500
  • Raif Harbie (Venezuela): 392° – u$s 8.500
  • Pedro Chaves (Brasil): 396° – u$s 8.500
  • Armando Collado (Nicaragua): 399° – u$s 8.500
  • Jose Luzzi (Brasil): 409° – u$s 8.500
  • Manuel Pochat (Argentina): 427° – u$s 8.500
  • Ricardo Sehnem (Brasil): 429° – u$s 8.500
  • Marcio Zacconi (Argentina): 436° – u$s 8.500

On Day 3 (Wednesday) 13th, 59 successful players will compete, with Brazilian Henrique Lessa in the top spot with earnings of $8.6 million Top of the list. Still in the running are compatriotsVitor Dzivielevski(4.3 million) andGabrielSchroeder(2.6 million) as well as MexicanJosé Surita. (2.5 million), Sam Greenwood (1.1 million), Tim Adams (2.2 million), Matt Grants (2.2 million), Mustapha Kanit ( 2.3 million), David Peters (2.5 million) and Kevin Martin (1 million), among others. All have guaranteed prizes of $32,000, with the winner taking home $2 million.

Check out the Latino prize money in the WSOP Parad...

Comments (4)

  • This text provides an overview of the WSOP Paradise Main Event, highlighting the top Latin American players and their rankings. It also mentions the remaining players for Day 3, including their chip counts and the guaranteed prizes for all participants.

  • This text provides information about the WSOP Paradise Main Event, including the number of players still competing, the prize money, and the notable Latin American players. It also mentions the top players for Day 3 and their potential winnings.

  • Heidenreich.arnaldo

    This text provides an update on the WSOP Paradise Main Event, highlighting the performance of Latin American players on day two and listing the top players for day three. The event has a large purse of $15,050,000, with the winner set to take home $2 million.

  • It seems like the WSOP Paradise Main Event is a highly competitive tournament with a large purse and a diverse range of Latin American players. The top players are set to compete for a significant cash prize on Day 3.

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