Like previous events, registration for GGPoker’s latest satellite to the year’s largest tournament was high, suggesting a robust demand for the KSOP GGPoker Special. On this particular Monday, the site’s satellite was set to award only fully paid for packages.
There were a hundred entrants and seven players in the $115 buy-in tournament. Carlos Camargo, a Colombian, is particularly notable among them. “CAARLITOS,” a mainstay of the circuit and current holder of the Main Event championship, will be there to head the “cafetero” team.
Hoover Marin, like Colombia’s Carlos Camargo, was one of the seven that made the cut. Two further names on the list of non-citizens were verified. Dontako, a player from Bolivia, and Leandro Becerra, or “bece12” from Argentina, both bought their tickets to the tournament.
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Three Brazilians made the cut for their team. The Brazilians “Papacapim,” “paQQeline,” and “Papaiz” fared very well in the tournament, turning the $115 buy-in into a massive opportunity to win a lot of money or, at the at least, to participate in the highly sought KSOP GGPoker Special for free.
The R$3,500 Main Event buy-in and 11 nights’ lodging at the D’Sintra hotel for one guest were guaranteed to all qualifiers. A brand-new satellite is set to launch this next Tuesday at 8:00 PM. Players may enter the tournament for $85 and fight for one of at least five KSOP GGPoker Special package prizes.
Another event advertisement will be released on Tuesday. This is a special Road to KSOP event, and the winner will get a full buy-in to the Main Event. The event will begin at 7 p.m. with a $5 buy-in.