The penultimate day of the Candangão finals of the 2023 FSOP brought new emotions to the players. Now entering its home stretch, the series crowned another champion in the Mixed Gaming Championship and also sent more fighters into day two of the main event lightweight bout, the final big attraction on the card.
Veteran Thales Salomão stole the show during the final part of the P2W event in Brasilia on Tuesday. He showed a good knowledge of the mixed game and almost won the mixed lowball title at the end of the game, earning a nice trophy for his shelf and a nice prize in his pocket.
Buy Entry is R$150, Mixed Lowball, Candangão Event #17 has 31 entries. Thales Salomão, the best player in the field, took the lion’s share and walked away with a first prize of R$ 1,500. The last match was against Caio Correia, where he won R$910.
View the prize pools for the Mixed Lowball final table:
1. – Thales Salomão – 1,500 BRL2nd place – Caio Correia – R$ 9103rd place – Lucas Palma – R$ 6304th place – Victor Callegario – R$ 200
Main Event Lightweight
Tuesday not only crowned one of the final champions of the stage, but also ensured even more players qualified for the final day of action in the Main Event Lightweight division, which takes place today. With over 112 new entrants in the R$650 tournament, Cláudio Braga is the chip leader on Day 1B. He will return to the precious final day with 380,000 in chips.
The Candangão of the FSOP ends today with the Main Event Light itself and the final shot being the last chance for Brasilia players to compete for the trophy.