João Bauer leads Brazil into final day of WSOP Event 60


João Bauer leads Brazil into final day of WSOP Eve...

Known in the poker world as João Bauer, he is not afraid of high stakes. In Event 60 Day 2: $1,500 No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw, the defending Brazilian champions finished last. He has a total of 195,000 chips and about 10 BBS at his disposal.

To leave Horseshoe Casino with his first WSOP bracelet, Joao will need to run through a high-profile field that includes Adam Friedman (720,000), Christopher Brewer (465,000), Jason Mercier (390,000) and Mike Watson (335,000).

All 24 qualifiers have earned at least $5,043, but their goal is for the winner to take home the $151,276 prize pool.

Play will resume at 17:00 (BST) until a new WSOP champion is determined. See all prize opportunities:

1. $151,276

2. $93,495

3. $63,505

4. $44,002

5. $31,114

6. $22,461

7. $16,562

8-9. $12,479

10-11. $9,613

12-14. $7,574

15-20. $6,108

21-24. $5,043

João Bauer leads Brazil into final day of WSOP Eve...


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  • Schimmel.eula

    This text gives information about João Bauer’s performance in a poker tournament and the remaining players he will compete against. It also outlines the prize opportunities for the top 24 qualifiers.

  • The text provides information about João Bauer’s performance in the poker tournament and the high-profile players he is up against to win the WSOP bracelet and the $151,276 prize pool. It also mentions the earnings for all 24 qualifiers in the tournament.

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