João Simão and Renan Carlos Bruschi stand on the podium of the PLO High Roller at the WSOP

João Simão and Renan Carlos Bruschi stand on the p...

Throughout the fourth edition of the WSOP Online, the country’s grinders got into trouble in the PL Omaha tournaments. In the High Roller, João Simão made it all the way to the heads-up. Eliminated by Canadian Ben Wilinofsky, the Belo Horizonte native won $176,369. The champion, in turn, won the gold bracelet and a prize of $243,934.

With a comfortable lead at the start of the match, Wilinofsky didn’t let João react. In the final hand, they went all-in preflop and the Brazilian showed J♦9♣8♦8♣ against CL’s A♥K♥K♠6♦. The 5♣10♦Q♥6♦10♣ board confirmed Wilinofsky’s victory and he took the pot.

Just like in the PLO Championship, João was joined by Renan Carlos Bruschi and Yuri Martins in the final. Short stacked, the 9tales member was the first to be eliminated. In total, he received $34,847, while Renan took home the bronze medal and $127,518.

By registering 228 entries for $5,000, GGPoker collected $1,083,000 in the High Roller. Check out how much each finalist took home:

1. Ben Wilinofsky (Canada) $243,934

2. João Simão (Brazil) $176,369

3. Renan Carlos Bruschi (Brazil) $127,518

4. Eric Gabriel Yanovsky (Switzerland) $92,198

5. Janne Peltoniemi (Finland) $66,661

6. Sam Greenwood (Canada) $48,197

7. Yuri Martins (Brazil) $34,847

João Simão and Renan Carlos Bruschi stand on the p...

Comments (4)

  • The text describes the results of the fourth edition of the WSOP Online, specifically focusing on the PL Omaha tournaments. It highlights the performance of Brazilian players, including João Simão, who reached the heads-up but ultimately lost to Canadian Ben Wilinofsky, winning $176,369 in the process.

  • This text discusses the performance of Brazilian players in the PL Omaha tournaments during the fourth edition of the WSOP Online. João Simão reached the heads-up in the High Roller but was ultimately eliminated by Canadian Ben Wilinofsky, earning $176,369 in prize money.

  • It appears that Brazilian players had a strong showing in the PL Omaha tournaments during the WSOP Online, with João Simão reaching the heads-up in the High Roller event. Despite his success, he was ultimately defeated by Canadian Ben Wilinofsky, who took home the gold bracelet and a significant cash prize.

  • I think the text highlights the success of Brazilian players in the PL Omaha tournaments during the fourth edition of the WSOP Online. João Simão made it to the heads-up in the High Roller event, ultimately finishing in second place. It’s impressive to see Brazilian players competing at such a high level and achieving significant cash prizes.

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