Brazilians Smash Biggest PokerStars 50/50 Events on Week 2

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bubbleboybr Binks an 8-Max PKO Event

The 50/50 Series continues at PokerStars with the 50-event online festival heading towards its third and final week. Players hailing from Brazil took down the two biggest tournaments on the second week of action, with each banking more than $14,000 for their $50 investments. bubbleboybr Binks an 8-Max PKO Event

Event #19 of the PokerStars 50/50 Series drew in 2,801 entries in total, leading to a $127,305 prize pool. Brazilian grinder “bubbleboybr” not only made it past the money bubble but emerged victoriously from the final table, doing so with a cool $14,620 to show for their efforts.

Those who reached the nine-handed final table must have played aggressively throughout because there were some substantial bounty payments made. Eighth place finished “CAMISA1088,” also of Brazil, won $777 from the main prize pool but an additional $1,711 worth of bounties, which meant they walked away with more prize money than “mareniuc1984” and “schwalta14” of Germany who busted in sixth and fifth-place respectively.

The eventual champion found themselves heads-up against Ukraine’s “Rikaflaren.” Both players locked in $7,124 for their efforts, but bubbleboybr added $7,495 from the bounty prize pool to their main prize pool payout. 50/50 Series 19: $50 NLHE 8-Max PKO Final Table Results

1 bubbleboybr Brazil $7,495 $7,125 $14,620 2 Rikaflaren Ukraine $1,728 $7,124 $8,852 3 Typucm Belarus $385 $4,226 $4,611 4 Matheus “bolonhax” Freitas Brazil $705 $3,013 $3,718 5 schwalta14 Germany $171 $2,147 $2,318 6 mareniuc1984 United Kingdom $825 $1,531 $2,356 7 Vidygal Brazil $1,413 $1,091 $2,504 8 CAMISA1088 Brazil $1,711 $777 $2,488 9 SukoutonmeAA Domincan Republic $621 $554 $1,175 @tetaschell Takes Down An 8-Max PKO for Almost $15,000

Five of the nine finalists in Event #27 hailed from Brazil, so it was fitting that one of the South American contingents came away with the lion’s share of the $128,350 prize pool.

After samba stars “GuileGM” and “Mat.huszcz” crashed out and scooped $1,336 and $1,397, Croatia’s Ivan “BanicIvan” Banic followed suit in seventh place, a finish good for $1,916.Everyone else was now guaranteed more than $2,000 for their […]

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