Rodrigo Seiji enters top bracket on Day 1B of WSOP Paradise GGMillion$

Rodrigo Seiji enters top bracket on Day 1B of WSOP...

Even as GGMillion$ disappears online, 9tales stars are still vying for the title. Rodrigo Seiji was one of the highlights of Day 1B, the final stretch of qualifying, in the WSOP Paradise Edition High Roller. In 18 40-minute games, the man from Paraná State collected 2,750,000 chips and finished seventh out of 43 qualifiers.

Nine other Brazilian players competed in Day 1B, with the only player who also advanced being Thales Barbosa. He won a total of 1,520,000.

Ukrainian Renat Bohdanov ended the tournament with the largest chip in the room at the Atlantis Hotel in the Bahamas. With 4,105,000 in chips, he’s still well behind CL Jason Koon of the tournament. Known for collecting the winners of the world’s most expensive events, GGPoker Team Pro has an incredible 6,000,000 chips at its disposal. Next up are Fedor Holz (4,730,000) and Artur Martirosian (4,670,000). The latter is the only person to have achieved GGMillion$ seven times.

GGMillion$’s $10 million guarantee has been exceeded early. A total of 533 entries were registered in the past 48 hours, with a total value of $25,000 and a prize pool of $13,325,000.

Day 2 begins at 5:00pm (BST) and ends with just 6 players remaining. At this stage of the tournament, draws last 60 minutes. Blinds are 40,000/80,000, BB ante.

Rodrigo Seiji enters top bracket on Day 1B of WSOP...

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  • This text provides an update on the WSOP Paradise Edition High Roller tournament, highlighting the performance of Brazilian player Rodrigo Seiji and the chip counts of other notable players. It also mentions the exceeded guarantee and prize pool of GGMillion$ and provides details about the current stage of the tournament.

  • This text provides updates on the WSOP Paradise Edition High Roller tournament, highlighting the performance of Brazilian player Rodrigo Seiji and the chip counts of top players like Renat Bohdanov and CL Jason Koon. The GGMillion$ tournament has exceeded its $10 million guarantee, with a total of 533 entries and a prize pool of $13,325,000.

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