There was a Spanish finalist in the Mini ME of the Irish Open and a top 15 in the Main. In the Asian festival, a day of transition while waiting for David Comerón’s bolón on the H-20.
The classic reinvents itself
The GGPoker Spring Festival It has given us a little respite.
On Wednesday’s session, no flashy Hispanic puncture has crystallized. This time the calm precedes the storm, as a new weekend full of action is approaching and a new Sunday Five Million 25k $ awaits us in which there are already two of our own, the illustrious Juan Pardo and Pablo Navarro.
That does not mean that there is not at least one note of interest, how could it be otherwise. We have a little spanish chipleader at the GGSF H-20 High Rollers Main Event $ 1,050.
David Comerón “MyLastHand!” rules with a notable advantage over the third when only 39 out of 550 records originals in charge of tokens. David is not alone, Adrian Mateos he holds options to everything with 29bb of stack in the 24th position.
The guaranteed prize does not exceed $ 2,500 yet, but at the end of the tournament expect a possible prize of $ 96,662
Before the hurricane is unleashed again; sorry, the typhoon -we are in the Pacific-, we will take advantage of the respite to review the results of ours in another festival that has taken place the last weeks in partypoker, the online edition of the Irish Poker Open.
The last two relevant tournaments scheduled on the agenda of the European classic par excellence have been the Main Event of € 1,100 and its Mini version of $ 109.
In both events there was a Spanish presence on day 2, with outstanding finals.
At the Main event, David Lopez He couldn’t do much to improve his qualification from the qualifying round and got € 13,027 in reward for defending 14th place.
The finalist of the international leg of the last WSOP Main Event Stoyan Obreshkov (2nd, € 224,768) ended up losing heads-up against the Ukrainian Pavel Veksler “MountainRose” ($ 265,999), a player that readers with better memories may remember from Vicent Boscá’s final table at PCA 2019.
In the Mini, La Roja was represented at the final table, albeit briefly.
Íñigo Naveiro was eliminated in eighth position, with which he multiplied his buy-in by 30 (€ 3,171).