The main event is always the most coveted The tournament for each player. The tournament has started on Day 2 of the GGPoker Iguazú KSOP and the players have put in a lot of effort to get this far. Argentine Magno Ibanez didn’t let any celebration go when he won a hand and realized he could achieve his goal.
At the end of Day 1E, the Posadas player won three all-ins, which ensured his continued participation in the tournament. It’s pretty emotional, full of scares and twists. In the end everything went well and the players couldn’t wait to celebrate one or two: hands and qualifications.
This hand The hand took place at 800/1,600 blinds and all the action happened preflop. A huge cooler marked the end of the match, with Magno Ibanez himself having and holding the best cards. Opponents hold cards and the table is in chaos, leaving everyone dreaming of victory.
The flop was when one of the players had a three-card flush, the other had top pair and a drill, and an overpair and two heads against Ibanez. Now behind the Argentine , he went mad when he saw the turn card win one of his outs, ironically a , that gave a competitor two pair.
Even if it is a straight, there are folds on the fold. The river could change everything again, but Magno Ibanez finally called out when he saw on the table. And just like that, the Argentine headed into Day 2 with a three-handed victory and more than 100,000 in chips. He is still in contention for the R$ 300,000 prize pool, which will be televised on MundoTV.