Eduardo Silva confirmed for FT PokerNews Cup


Eduardo Silva confirmed for FT PokerNews Cup

In addition to his historic performance at the 2023 WSOP, the Brazilian has caused problems for opponents in other series in Las Vegas. Early this morning, star Eduardo Silva confirmed he will be at the PokerNews Cup final at the Nugget Casino. With 3,100,000 in chips and about 10 BBS, he emerged in sixth place.

In order to trigger the title’s reputation, the professional from Belo Horizonte will have to make up for a big disadvantage. Argentina’s Felipe Olivieri currently leads with 30,825,000 in chips, ahead of double runner-up Vid Zagar (12,275,000), who was one of two $100,000 bounties.

The action in the tiebreaker will be even more exciting as the $50,000 bounty has yet to be found.

Play resumes at 18:00 BST with blinds 150,000/300,000 and BB antes.

Chips

First place: Forrest Raleigh (USA). ) 7,800,000

Second place: Vid Zagar (Slovenia) 12,275,000

Third place: Johnny Kelly (UK) 4,075,000

Fourth place: Humberto Lopes Galindo (Portugal) ) 5,000,000

Fifth place: Eduardo Silva (Brazil) 3,100,000

Sixth place: Kyle Gross (USA) 1,750,000

Seventh place: Tim Gals (USA) 2,925,000

Eighth place: Kunal Patni (India) 2,675,000

Ninth place: Felipe Olivieri (Argentina) 30,825,000

Bonus pool

1. $218,605

2. $154,390

3. $101,565

4. $75,140

5. $56,065

6. $44,945

7. $35,000

8. $27,850

9. $21,920

Eduardo Silva confirmed for FT PokerNews Cup

Comments (4)

  • Jack.jakubowski

    This text provides information about Brazilian poker player Eduardo Silva’s performance at the 2023 WSOP and his participation in the PokerNews Cup final in Las Vegas, where he currently ranks in fifth place with 3,100,000 in chips. However, he faces a significant disadvantage compared to the chip leader, Felipe Olivieri from Argentina.

  • Jeanette.white

    This text provides an update on the performance of a Brazilian poker player, Eduardo Silva, at the 2023 WSOP and other series in Las Vegas. He is currently in fifth place at the PokerNews Cup final, facing a disadvantage against the chip leader, Felipe Olivieri from Argentina.

  • This text provides an update on the performance of Brazilian poker player Eduardo Silva at the PokerNews Cup final at the Nugget Casino. It mentions his chip count and ranking, and highlights the challenge he faces in overcoming the current chip leader, Felipe Olivieri, in order to win the title.

  • The text highlights the impressive performance of Brazilian poker player Eduardo Silva at the 2023 WSOP and other series in Las Vegas. It also provides an overview of the current standings and chip counts at the PokerNews Cup final, with Argentina’s Felipe Olivieri currently in the lead with 30,825,000 in chips.

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