Renan Bruschi and Rafael Caiaffa at WSOP 87

Renan Bruschi and Rafael Caiaffa on Day 2 of Event...

Even without representation for the final leg of the Main Event, Brazilian Poker is going strong at the WSOP and will be fighting for the final bracelet of the series. In Event #87, the $2,500 Mixed Omaha/Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better event saw Renan Bruschi and Rafael Caiaffa advance on Day 2.

The two are battling for their title. 2nd bracelet out of 247 qualifiers out of 460 entrants. Renan Bruschi has the biggest stack. He finished with 95,800 in chips. He is followed by Rafael Caiaffa with 88,300 points. Recall that the last time the competition was held in 2019, Yuri Martins was the champion.

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The chip leader for this event was ace Patrick Leonard, who ended up with 211,500 in chips. Daniel Strelitz (165,000), Nathan Gamble (148,000), Naoya Kihara (129,900), Yuval Broshtein (115,000), Benny Glaser (105,200), Andres Korn (81,900) and Daniel Negreanu (81,800) also made progress.

The game will resume at 17:00 Brazil time this Friday (14th). The blinds of Omaha are 1,300/2,500 and the limit is 2,500/5,000; the blinds of Stud are 1,300/2,500 and the limit is 2,500/5,000; 2,500/5,000. The winner will receive $221,733.

Renan Bruschi and Rafael Caiaffa on Day 2 of Event...

Comments (3)

  • This text provides an update on the Brazilian presence and performance at the WSOP, highlighting Renan Bruschi and Rafael Caiaffa’s advancement in the $2,500 Mixed Omaha/Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo event. It also mentions other notable players and provides details about the game’s resumption and the potential prize for the winner.

  • Reed.bechtelar

    The text highlights the strong presence of Brazilian players in the WSOP, specifically in the $2,500 Mixed Omaha/Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better event. Renan Bruschi and Rafael Caiaffa are battling for the title, with Bruschi currently holding the biggest stack.

  • Laurie.wintheiser

    I think the text provides a detailed update on Brazilian players at the WSOP, highlighting their progress in the Mixed Omaha/Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo 8 or Better event. It will be interesting to see who emerges as the champion and takes home the $221,733 prize.

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