Nacho Barbero Cashes Out First Cash at 2023 WSOP

Argentina’s Nacho Barbero looks to continue his momentum at the 2023 WSOP event, which takes place on May 31 at the Horseshoe and The Paris Casino started yesterday with his first money at the most important festival in the world.

This is in Event #5 Dealer Select (the button chooses between 23 poker modes), cost $1,500, had 456 entrants , with a prize pool of $608,760 to be shared among the top 69 players.

Barbero was eliminated on Day 2 in 14th place for $6,220. It was his 58th cash at the World Series of Poker (an Argentine record) and he won $1,334,565. He wants to win a second bracelet.

Nacho appeared in Daniel Negreanu’s latest video 🇨🇦 after Nacho shared a hand in Event #2 High Roller 25K. You can see it here:

More Nacho Barbero news:

  • 4th in PokerStars Players Championship 25K
  • Winner of WSOP 2022 Event #67
  • Cyprus Triton Poker Series Runner-up
  • PLO PGT Series Champion
  • 11. EPT Monte Carlo 25K High Roller Championship
  • Vietnam Triton Poker Series Winner and Runner Up

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  • Aliza.keeling

    This text provides information about Argentine poker player Nacho Barbero’s recent performance and achievements at the WSOP event, including his elimination in 14th place on Day 2 for a prize of $6,220. It also mentions his appearance in Daniel Negreanu’s latest video and highlights some of his previous notable winnings in different poker events.

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