Barbero and Korn at the helm of H.O.R.S.E. Hawker

Barbero and Korn at the helm of H.O.R.S.E. Hawker

Latin American hopes continue to flourish at WSOP 2023 as two of Argentina’s best representatives enter the top 10 in the series’ penultimate high roller event >.

Jose Ignacio Barbero and Andres Korn excel in Event #80 $25,000 H.O.R.R.S.E, for $504,000. Fourth and seventh place each had 461,000 in chips.

Day 1After Horseshoe in Las Vegas and Paris, 98 registered Works are counted to show that the prize pool is $2,303,000, but since the later registration is still open, the prize pool may be further increased.

There are currently 56 players left at the table and they’re led by pro Josh Arieh who owns a tow621,500’s tower. The qualifiers also included world-class players such as Viktor Blom, Mike Matusow, Phil Hellmuth, Daniel Negreanu, Brian Rast, Eli Elezra and Shaun Deeb.

Day 2 is scheduled to begin Tuesday at 1pm local time. If registration opens before the start of the day, play will start on level 11 with blinds of 3,000/6,000 and an ante of 1,500.

Barbero and Korn at the helm of H.O.R.S.E. Hawker


  • This text highlights the success of Argentine players, Jose Ignacio Barbero and Andres Korn, in the WSOP 2023 event. It also mentions the notable presence of renowned players like Viktor Blom, Mike Matusow, and Phil Hellmuth in the tournament. The text provides details about the prize pool and the schedule for the second day of the event.

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