Kelvin Kerber wins WCOOP event 32-H

Kelvin Kerber wins WCOOP event 32-H

Brazilian Kelvin Kerber, who holds the record for most SCOOP titles, will soon take home another WCOOP trophy. On Saturday night the 15th, he placed the green and yellow flag on top of the podium in Event 32-H: $1,050 No Limit Hold’em (5-Max, Turbo, PKO). The pilot of the account “Kelvin_FP:AR” was chosen from 210 participants to take home $41,619.

Officially, Brazil won the double in Event 32-H, but the runner-up was Bruno “bbernadinho” Bernardino is actually one of several Portuguese living in the country .

This also applies to former Main Event Champion Andre “PTFisherman23” Marquez. Earlier in the day, he won Event 24-H: $5,200 NL Hold’em (Progressive KO) for $179,134.

Kelvin’s samba partner Warley Bruno also enjoyed great success. In Event 22-H: $530 No Limit Hold’em, he won bronze and $31,322. Meanwhile, Kim “kimmarinho” Marinho finished in fifth place, earning $16,647.

Soon after, in Event 25-L: $33 NL Hold’em (6-a-side, single reentry), Emmanuel “77portuga” de Castro (2nd), Wender “Wenderr” Oliveira (third place) and “lucaomananoo” (fourth place) earned $12,549, $8,744 and $6,092 respectively.

Kelvin Kerber wins WCOOP event 32-H

Comments (4)

  • This text highlights the success of Brazilian poker players in various events at the WCOOP tournament, with Kelvin Kerber and his countrymen achieving impressive results and earning significant prizes. The mention of Portuguese players living in Brazil also adds to the diversity of participants in the tournament.

  • Dianna.leannon

    The text highlights the success of Brazilian players in various online poker events, with Kelvin Kerber winning another WCOOP trophy and several other players from Brazil finishing in top positions, earning significant amounts of money. It also mentions the achievements of Portuguese players living in Brazil.

  • It seems like Brazilian players had a successful night at the WCOOP, with Kelvin Kerber adding another trophy to his collection. It’s also interesting to see Portuguese players living in Brazil achieving success in the tournament as well.

  • It seems like Brazilian players had a successful day at the WCOOP event, with Kelvin Kerber taking home another trophy and other players also performing well. It’s interesting to note the strong presence of Portuguese players living in Brazil, such as Bruno Bernardino and Andre Marquez.

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