These Latin American players compete in the Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better Championship

These Latin American players compete in the Omaha...

NEW Event #25: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better TournamentStarts at Las Vegas Horseshoe and Paris Course, High-Quality Events in Sin City Return to Big Crowds . 188 players battled it out across ten levels this Saturday, but only 102 entrants made it through, including some Latinos.

Connor Drinan is the chip leader on day one.

Attracting 196 entrants last year, attendance is expected to match and possibly exceed as late registration remains open until Day 2 begins on Sunday 11 June.

Defending 2022 champion and WSOP Player of the Year Daniel Zack emerged in the closing stages with 77,000 in chips The second half of the first stage is the survivors. Connor Drinan secures the chip lead with 340,000, Damjan Radanov (299,000) and David Williams (293,000), while the top ten of the night also included Bryce Yockey (270,000) and Zachary Freeman , who participated in Event No. 10 Rank: Dealership Trader’s Choice Tournament with a buy-in of $10,000.

Our representatives are ranked as follows:

11.: Yuri Dzivielevski – 181,000 23rd place: Nacho Barbero – 147,000 (cover image) No. 43: Jose Paz -Gutierrez – 110,000 No. 64: Jose Luis Velador – 74,000 No. 75: Felipe Ramos – 55,000 No. 79: Andres Korn – 52,000

Deadline for latecomers is 1pm. Local time entered the tournament and started the day with 60,000 in chips. That equates to 15 big blinds and 7.5 big bets at Level 11, which offers blinds of 2,000-4,000 and limits of 4,000-8,000. From day 2, the length of each level increases to 90 minutes, with a break after each level. The second part of the four-day race is expected to approach or even exceed the price bubble.

These Latin American players compete in the Omaha...

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