Juan Pardo tests the patience of his GGPoker rivals with four more podiums

By Ucatchers

Malaka strives to keep high-stakes news on the front page at her own risk. Another successful day at the office.

Day yeah, day too (WSOP)

Day yes, day too (WSOP)

Alone in the face of danger Juan Pardo has insisted that we reserve a daily spot for him in the news by torturing his rivals in GGPoker. We can only comply, and attest to their perseverance and good work.

When we say alone, it is not to make anyone less. Little by little, the Spanish High Rollers have been leaving GGPoker aside, perhaps as a side effect of the volatile market for cryptocurrencies. Only Malaka and Adrián Mateos remain faithful to the venue’s demanding daily High Roller program, and Adri has decided to take a break since last Sunday.

Against all odds, seeing the difficulty of the fields in their buy-in range, “Malaka” has verged on excellence and has given us plenty of reasons to monitor its results on a daily basis. Tonight’s are surprising again, with a new victory, two seconds and a third.

  • 2nd after deal at High Rollers The Closer $ 800 (27 players, 7,197$).
  • 2nd in the High Rollers Bounty Six Shooter $ 1,260 (31 players, 7,466$).
  • 1st in the Deepstack High Rollers $ 1,500 (99 players, 31,025$).
  • 3rd in the High Rollers Marathon $ 840 (95 players, 10,491$).

In order not to turn this into a monograph, it is worth remembering that there is another of our players who has started 2021 on a very high note, Juanki Neighbor, and that he has imposed a brutal tournament regime that he partly runs at GGPoker, where he holds a banking challenge.

Yesterday he gave a little reply to Juan with a 3rd place in Triple Chance $ 300, a 196 player tournament in which he won a prize of $ 6,395.

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