A total of 177 players will show up at the start of Day 2 of the $10,300 partypoker MILLIONS South America Main Event as the field combines for the first time in the Enjoy Punta del Este Resort & Casino in beautiful Punta del Este, Uruguay. Cards will be in
Another day of poker just wrapped up at the Enjoy Punta del Este Resort & Casino in Punta del Este, Uruguay. Luis Gustavo Kamei bagged the chip lead with 4,210,000 chips and he is followed by Luis Gustavo (4,100,000), Rainer Kempe (2,750,000), and Chino Rheem (2,730,000). Defending Champion Marty Mathis
Brazilian partypoker PRO Joao Simao is back in the mix with a new stack of 1,000,000. He was eliminated in the last level and is now back to give it another shot.
Minutes after the hand we just reported, Brazilian partypoker team member Joao Simao was nowhere to be seen anymore. Former table mate Mike Dentale told us what had happened. A player opened, Simao three-bet, the initial-raiser four-bet, and Simao called in position. Simao's opponent bet on [Jx5x3x] and Simao shoved. The
We missed the pre-flop action but Simao told us it had gone raise - call - call (Simao in the small blind) - three-bet (big blind) - fold - fold - call (Simao.) We got there on the flop as Simao checked on [3c8sKd]. The big blind bet 100,000 and Simao
Mike Dentale raised under the gun to 20,000 and Joao Simao three-bet to 60,000 from middle position. It folded around back to Dentale and he put the extra 40,000 in the middle to see a flop. The cards were dealt [9s9d3h] and Dentale checked to Simao who continued with a bet
American James Romero has won the 2020 partypoker MILLIONS South America $25,500 Super High Roller held in the Enjoy Punta del Este Resort & Casino in Punta del Este, Uruguay. Romero won $325,000 and the trophy by beating Marty Mathis heads-up. Mathis had to settle for $213,750. Mathis had an incredible
The [qstd7s] flop was already on the table and Niall Farrell bet 190,000. Joao Simao pushed all in for about 850,000 and Farrell called. Farrell showed [as9s] for a flush draw and Simao had [th9d]. The [3s] turn ended it all for Simao and the [4c] river was dealt as a courtesy. The