Saturday kicks off at KSOP GGPoker Iguazú very Busy in downtown Halle, three more stage winners were crowned. In the PLO5 KO event, the match aroused good emotions and the final winner was the same as the previous stage, namely Special. Paraguay’s Kevin Annas was crowned champion for the second straight time.
The veteran went to Argentina to defend his title and succeeded. Kevin was great again, beating 30 players in the $2,000 buy-in tournament. His reward is to buy in R$25,900.
In the Balneário Camboriú competition, he beat 142 competitors to win R$ 35,000. Kevin was very happy after defeating Carlos Serrano heads-up, saying: “Very satisfied. It’s a pleasure to play in KSOP. We came to Argentina to live up to the name, to play and to have fun, which is the most important thing .”He said.
The lineup is extremely Strong, there is no shortage of well-known players. After a very busy period of online play, Kevin got into a tough heads-up match against his foreigner ranked contender, Carlos Serrano “Crumbs”.
“It’s very difficult, it’s the most complicated game I’ve ever played in.” “Playing here. It’s crazy because we have so few players, but everyone is playing really well, at the level High. Luck and change was with me and everything went well,” he commented.
The debate with Serrano is extremely important as it is worth a lot of points for the ranking. On top of that, both had very complicated cards, and Kevin was even penalized for looking at the dealer’s burns. Then they played a hand and Anna won the open card.
With the points needed to compete for the leaderboard, Kevin opened everything up: “I want to be at the top. All the opponents are great, but in Rio I also want to be in the top 36 and Doing my best.
Kevin’s next step is the Main Event, where he made it clear he wants to win.
Check out the final table prizes:
1. – Kevin Annahas – $25,900 2nd – Carlos Serrano – $19,150 3rd – Leandro Poleza – $10,350 4th – Regis Arthur – $6,800