There are 56 competitors in the Main Event on Day 1A of the BSOP.


The Main Event of the BSOP Sao Paulo tournament series kicked off on Thursday (30), and many players took advantage of the first qualifying day to try to advance to Day 2. The guaranteed prize pool is R$2,200,000, and the buy-in is R$3,000.

There were 271 entrants on Day 1A, but only 56 survived to see the conclusion of the 10 blinds levels. Alexandre Sako, a frequent player, had a massive chip lead of 313,000.

Alongside to him, LAPT Main Event Rio de Janeiro winner Anthony Barranqueiros proved he was in a fantastic stretch as well, amassing 305,000 chips. Richard Godoy, another ace player, came in third with a total of 283,500 chips.

Also advancing in this star-studded field were Hermogenes Gelonezi (277k), Nayara Rocha (263,000), Ariel Bahia (246,000), Jefferson Dosso (230,000), Carlos Henrique (229,000), Fábio Murakami (212,000), Fábio Freitas (192,000), Vinicius Perri (140,500), André Berlanda (135,500), and Alexandre Mantovani (135,000). (91,500).

Between now and Saturday, the competition will feature four more days of qualifying. Sunday afternoon at 4 is when Day 2 will begin. Ten more hands will be played with the blinds reset to 1,000/2,000 with a huge blind ante. Tuesday will be the day of the final table (04).


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  • This text provides an update on the Main Event of the BSOP Sao Paulo tournament series, highlighting the progress of various players and their chip counts. It also mentions the upcoming schedule for the tournament, including the start of Day 2 on Sunday and the final table on Tuesday.

  • This text provides an update on the Main Event of the BSOP Sao Paulo tournament series, highlighting the initial chip leaders and players who have advanced to Day 2. It also mentions the remaining qualifying days and the schedule for Day 2 and the final table.

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