Pablo Silva has won the partypoker MILLIONS South America Main Event for a cool $1,000,000. It's by far the biggest score of his live poker tournament career, increasing his lifetime winnings almost tenfold. Silva beat countryman Fabio Colonese heads-up. Start-of-day chipleader Daniel Rezaei finished in third after a rollercoaster day. Position Player Country Prize 1 Pablo Silva Brazil $1,000,000 2 Fabio
Fabio Colonese raised with [jc9c] to 4,000,000 from the button and big blind Andres Viola three-bet to 15,000,000 with [kh3c]. Colonese called and they went heads-up to the flop. The flop fell [ks8s5d] and both players checked. The turn was the [7c] and Viola led out with a bet of 9,000,000.
Daniel Rezaei raised [Jd9d] under the gun for 3.2 million. Dzmitry Urbanovich with [Qh9h] gave it some thoughts but ultimately folded his hijack. Andres Viola in the small blind looked down on [9c9s] and flatted. Fabian Gumz folded his big blind with king-six. The flop of [Ts3cKs] saw Viola check. Rezaei
It folded to Pedro Madeira in the hijack and he shoved for 18.2 million holding [KhJs]. His next-door neighbor Andres Viola looked down on [AcQs] in the cutoff and reshoved for 44.1 million. The buttton and blinds got out of the way. Both paired up on the flop of [KdAh9d]. Madeira still
Pedro Madeira under the gun plus one found [KdQd] and raised to 3.2 million. Right behind him, Andres Viola woke up with [QsQc] and three-bet to 9 million. The action folded around to Madeira and he tanked for a bit before he folded.
Dzmitry Urbanovich raised to 3,000,000 in middle position, leaving himself 100,000 behind. Urbanovich had [JsTs] but found Andres Viola in the small blind three-bet to 8,000,000 with [AcTh] to get rid of Fabian Gumz. Gumz did just that and left the two to it as Urbanovich called. Urbanovich was way behind
Only nine players remain out of the 456 entries that were made live and online. Daniel Rezaei holds a massive chip lead as he has 30% of the chips in play. Rezaei was one of the online players that got through to Day 3 after bagging in the online Day
Hiroaki Harada pushed all in from the button for 4,700,000 and he was called by small blind Andres Viola. Harada pushed with [kc5c] and he was up against the [ad2s] of Viola. The board fell [8h5h3has3s] and Viola eliminated Harada in 12th place. The Japanese player took home $45,000 and the others
Daniel Rezaei opened from the hijack to 1,700,000 and Andres Viola called from the big blind. The flop fell [8s5h3s] and Viola check-called a bet of 1,600,000. The turn was the [jc] and Violo check-called a bet of 7,000,000 this time. The river was the [7h] and both players checked. Viola showed [8c4c] and