If memory serves us well, in 2021 Juan has only stopped winning tournaments for two days, and that’s because he didn’t play at Reyes.
Juan does not give up in 2021. WSOP
The demise of the daily $ 5k and $ 10k High Rollers and Bryn Kenney specials have made the HR Blade Bounty King at GGPoker’s most expensive daily tournament with a $ 3,150 buy-in.
It is a tournament that attracts fields that do not tend to stray too far from the twenty or thirty registrations, so maintaining a positive EV forces its regular users to appear a handful of times a month on the tournament podium.
Sergi Reixach used to say when he played the Short Deck High Rollers of nine or ten people that getting him on the cover for winning one was like giving importance to when he won a sit of his level when grinding at Pokerstars. Now, surely neither Sergi nor anyone else will be able to put a but to get Juan on the cover for winning the Blade Bounty King twice in a row.
In these two days, Juan has had rivals like Bart Stevens, Damián Salas, Jans Arends, David Peters, Niklas Astedt, Ole Schemion, Artur Martirosian … The cream of world poker, without exaggerating one iota. Furthermore, the figures alone are worthy of a twenty-odd character font.
- On the 12th (27 registrations), Juan received $ 34,941 per position and $ 21,937 for rewards.
- On the 13th (23 registrations), Juan received $ 28,656 per position and $ 15,281 for rewards.
The total for the two days amounts to $ 100,815.
To complete the honors, you must mention a 3rd in the Daily Main Event $ 200 (414 players, $ 7,579); a 3rd in the Forty Stack 400 $ (172 players, $ 8,129) or a 6th in the HR Fifty Stack $ 500 (79 players, $ 2,454).
It also had a very outstanding end of the session “Fossao“, what lost two heads-up, one in the Bounty King $ 315 (2nd of 500 players, 21,406$) and another in the $ 200 Daily Main Event in which he coincided in the three-handed game with Juan, (2nd of 414 players, 10,107$)