Diego Sorgatto and Dan Almeida post 79s on final day of WSOP



Diego Sorgatto and Dan Almeida post 79s on final d...

Those who do not make it to the Main Event can still compete for a number of bracelets until the end of the WSOP. In Event 79: $2,500 NL Hold’em, the battle for the coveted gem was fought between 24 players, including two Brazilians. Right now, Diego Sorgatto and Dan Almeida are pretty close at the table with 3,150,000 and 2,820,000 respectively.

The new leader is Seth Davies, a pro who is trying to save the top players who have dropped out of the group and never won a WSOP. With 9,425,000 in chips, he comfortably holds a 34 BBS lead over compatriot Justin Kindred (6,000,000).

Adding to the list of Event 79 stars is Portugal-Brazilian resident Rui Ferreira (4,300,000), who has an enviable resume in online MTTs. Last year, he won Event 19 at the WSOP Online: $5,000 PL Omaha and earned his first bracelet.

The match resumes at 15:00 (BST) and ends with the definition of a champion. The blinds are 50,000/100,000 and the ante is BB.

Chips

Seth Davies 9,425,000

Justin Kindred 6,000,000

Ramon Fernandez 5,020,000

James Anderson 4,360,000

Rui Ferreira 4,300,000

Samuel Bernabeu 4,250,000

Steven Stolzenfeld 3,550,000

Bruce Vandervoort 3,265,000

Diego Sorgato 3,150,000

Matias Gabrenja 3,130,000

Dan Almeida 2,825,000

Zradin Penev 2,620,000

Blake Napilara 2,300,000

Kartik Ved 2,220,000

Wu Junhao 1,980,000

Marco Bognani 1,850,000

Derek Normand 1,570,000

William Hill 1,000,000

George Jensen 975,000

Shashank Jain 950,000

Nick Palma 820,000

Galen Hall 705,000

Awards

1. $682,436

2. $421,761

3. $310,528

4. $230,772

5. $173,121

6. $131,111

7. $100,252

8. $77,401

9. $60,346

10-11. $47,516

12-13. $37,788

14-17. $30,356

18-24. $24,635

Diego Sorgatto and Dan Almeida post 79s on final d...

Comments (3)

  • The text provides information about the ongoing competition at the WSOP after the Main Event, highlighting the players’ chip counts and their chances of winning a bracelet. It also mentions the prize money for the top finishers in the tournament.

  • Micah.donnelly

    This text provides an update on the ongoing competition at the WSOP, specifically Event 79: $2,500 NL Holdem, and highlights the prominent players and their chip counts. It also includes the potential winnings for the top 24 players in the tournament.

  • This text provides information about the ongoing poker tournament at the WSOP, highlighting the players and their chip counts. It also mentions the potential prize money and the upcoming match to determine the champion.

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