Ibanez’s performance ended up failing to earn a bracelet

Ibanez's performance ended up failing to earn a br...

Because of Johann Ibanez WSOP 2023 was almost painted with the Colombian tricolor img width =”16″ height=”11″>Nearly failed when taking pictures of the champion in Las Vegas 2nd in Event #32 $3,000 No-Limit Hold’em (6 Hands).

The tournament lasted two days, and the competition with the Latin American fleet was fierce. With the performance of the Colombian, he gradually gained chips and improved his position. The final showdown lasted nearly three hours with no clear advantage until Ibañez nearly had a one-handed near-death situation and finished second for $345,034.

On the other side stands Mark Ioli caught his first gold bracelet for the win and the best cash prize of his career, taking home $558,266. The first two heads-up bracelets, I was one map away from winning, so it feels good to finally win. “It’s the only honor you really want in poker,” said the champion.

US$3,000 No-Limit Hold’em (6 Hands)

Finally won 1,241 participants, the prize pool was

US$3,313,470, and the prize pool was evenly divided among the top 187 list of players.

Event #32: $3,000 No-Limit Hold’em (6 Hands)

Buy-In: $3,000 Number of Participants: b>1,241Pot: $3,313,470

Final Table

Mark Ioli – US $558,266


John Ibanez – $345,034


Liu Yi – $241,767 4.

Eshaan Bhalla – $171,874 5.

Julien Sitbon – $123,992 USD 6.

Samy Boujmala – $90,791

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Agenor De Souza – $11,168 77°

Wagner Ripper – $6,852 110°

Rafael da Silva – $6,000 123°

Rodrigo Semeggini – $6,000 124°

Rafael Reis – $6,000 178°

Cassio Pisapia – $4,800 184°

Gabriel Andrade – $4,800

Ibanez's performance ended up failing to earn a br...

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