Incomparable! Barbero Selected to Participate in Exclusive Luxon Pay Invitational

Incomparable! Barbero Selected to Participate in E...

The most expensive tournament in the world this month is over, with four Latino players out on Day 2 of the $260,000 Luxon Pay Invitational at the Triton Series London, Eligible. Brazil representatives Ernildo Santos, Yuri Martins and Pedro Garagnani and the unstoppable ACR Pro Team NachoBarbe Luo has secured his seat for Friday.

Santos, who also serves as the CEO of a sportsbook, entered Day 2 with an impressive chip stack and a strong chip move: His total stack is 1,195,000 , in fourth place out of 68 qualified players. Triton’s first Brazilian champion, Pedro Garagnani was not far behind, finishing in 12th place with 810,000 in chips.

Barbero, the youngest winner of the biggest prize in Latin poker history, won $619,000, or $77 in the big blind , ranked 20th overall. Yuri Martins meanwhile, was 39th on day two with 367,000 in chips.

Nacho’s Table Day 2.

The tournament leader is Sean Perry with 1,734,500 chips (217 BBs) followed by Alfred DeCarolis with 1,730.000 chips ( 216 BB) and Christoph Vogelsang, whose account accumulated 1,364,000 points (171 BB). The tournament’s elite roster includes Jason Koon, Brian Kim, Talal Shakerchi and Kayhan Mokri, all of whom into the top ten.

This exciting tournament will continue this Friday at 12 noon local time with blinds of 4,000/8,000 and a BB ante of 8,000. Although 115 entrants have signed up so far, the entry period will remain open until the next day, when the million dollar prize will be determined.

Incomparable! Barbero Selected to Participate in E...

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  • Sporer.kelton

    The text provides updates on the Luxon Pay Invitational tournament, highlighting the performances of Latino players and the current chip counts of the top players. It also mentions that the tournament will continue on Friday with a chance to win a million-dollar prize.

  • This text provides information about the Luxon Pay Invitational tournament in London, highlighting the participation of Latino players and their performances. It also mentions the chip stacks and rankings of various players, including the tournament leader. Additionally, it mentions details about the tournament schedule and prize money.

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