WCOOP: Kelvin Kerber and Leo Alcantara on ME High Day 3

Kelvin Kerber and Leonardo Alcântara join 38 playe...

The WCOOP is coming to an end, and so is the most coveted tournament. Only 38 players still dream of becoming senior champions of the series main event. There are a lot of Brazilians there, but only two players from that country are eligible: Kelvin Kerber and Leonardo Alcantara.

The Samba team partner and the teacher together have the most chips. “Kelvin_FP:AR” has moved up to 21st place with a total of 2,829,571 chips. Alcântara, owner of the “LeoAlcantara” account, had a good day on day two, but ended up with 1,353,018 chips, placing him in third place among the 38 players vying for the title.

Chips The leader is Ivan Stokes “ILS007” with an impressive 16,606,251 chips. He’s well ahead of the legendary Niklas Astedt “Lena900” who is in second place with 9,996,387 chips. Jamil Wakil “Jamil11” (9,799,062), Kayhan Mokri “KayhanMok” (6,341,244), Chris Oliver “ImDaNuts” (3,270,792), Daniel Dvoress “Oxota” (2,816,829), Ivan Lucá “Negriin” (2,796,135) and Sam Grafton “SamS” (2,721,816) are some of the qualifiers.

The Main Event High Roller features a $10,300 High Roller with exactly 600 entrants and an immediate $6 million guarantee. Kelvin, Leonardo and 36 other qualifiers have already earned at least $32,632, but their dream is to win and win the $1,047,257 million prize. Day 3 starts at 1:30 pm with blinds of 40,000 / 80,000.

Kelvin Kerber and Leonardo Alcântara join 38 playe...

Comments (2)

  • This text provides an update on the WCOOP tournament and highlights the top players and their chip counts. It also mentions the Main Event High Roller with a significant prize money. Overall, it seems to be a informative piece for those interested in the poker tournament.

  • This text provides an overview of the current standings in the WCOOP main event, with a focus on the Brazilian players Kelvin Kerber and Leonardo Alcantara. The high roller event has a significant prize pool and the players are aiming to win the top prize of $1,047,257.

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