The KSOP GGPoker South American Super High Roller will feature some of the biggest poker stars in the world and Brazil, who are willing to spend R$100,000 on buy-ins, so the tournament will bring real money luck to the champions. Tour organizers continue to announce confirmed entrants for this historic event. The latest name is Edson Tsutsumi.
The star is one of the main players of PokerLAB, a team that usually participates in many special events on KSOP GGPoker and made history in the 2023 Senior Event with Marcelo Augusto of Goiás, Won the main event.
Tsutsumi is the owner of the second-largest cash prize in Brazilian poker history, finishing second in the 2021 WSOP Online Main Event and taking home a generous reward of $1,907,034 .
The star also appeared in live tournaments to win achieved outstanding results. Examples include the 2019 WSOPC Uruguay, the 2022 KSOP GGPoker Special 2022 elimination round, and the high roller final table. Ederson will be competing against some great players in the Super High Roller and has a very strong team behind him.
Some names that have been confirmed are as follows: Ariel Bahia, Dan Cates, Lucio Lima, Alex Livingston, Rafael Mota, Léo Rizzo, Leandro Zavodini, Felipe Mojave, Felipe Boianovsky, Alan Maurício, Scott Ball, Damian Salas, Johannes Toebbe, Paulo Joanello, Pedro Neves, Rafael Reis and others.
The competition lasts from January 27th to 29th. However, the South American leg of KSOP GGPoker will begin on the 24th and will be fully covered by Mundo Poker through various articles and will be broadcast live on MundoTV. Qualify for the event through GGPoker’s online satellites. The final full package will take place this Sunday (21).