During Day 1A of the EPT Paris Main Event, eight players from Brazil advanced.

Several Brazilian players started their quest for qualifying for the EPT Paris Main Event on the first day of play (20 March). There were 661 entrants for the €5,300 buy-in event, and 221 of them cashed in at the conclusion of the blinds levels. Of the ten, eight are from Brazil.

To the front of the green and yellow line is Gorki Oliveira. The Brazilian, who started with a huge stack of 251,000 chips, eventually placed fifth with 167 large blinds. After the event in Barcelona in 2022, Neville Costa, who ended with a stack of 147,500, plans to play in yet another career final table.

An more fresh face has joined the group. After a fantastic 2022, Luis Dorneles of NeTTeam jetted out to Paris with 103,500 chips to compete for the gold. Also advancing were Mateus Moraes (84,550), Tulio Dutra (55,000), Renan Bruschi (45,500), Lauriê Tournier (42,000), and Joo Pedro Rocha (40,000).

Omar Gonzalez had the most chips (317,000) in the pot. A few notables are listed below: Adrian Mateos (222,000), Fred Brink (145,000), Pavel Plesuv (102,500), Laurynas Levinskas (95,000), Tom Orpaz (92,000), Michel Dattani (86,500), Mustapha Kanith (83,500), Rui Ferreira (56,5000), Daniel Dvoress (36,500), Martin Jacobson (26,500), and Aliaksei Boika (26,000). (21,000).

On Tuesday, the last Day 1B qualifying for the EPT Main Event will take place. Those who are disqualified might try again at a later date. Before the commencement of Day 2, registration will remain available. Once again, the blinds will be 1,000/1,500 with a 500 large blind ante.


  • Christiansen.michaela

    This text provides an update on the performance of Brazilian players in the EPT Paris Main Event, highlighting their progress and chip counts. It also mentions notable players from other countries and mentions the upcoming Day 1B qualifying round.

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