Bruno Volkmann Breaks Down $5,255 HR Super Track

Bruno Volkmann Breaks Down $5,255 HR Super Track

Brazilians had an unusual performance in the WSOPC series on Tuesday, and no one performed better than Bruno Volkmann. He let out a victory lap in the $5,250 Super Tour HR, finishing with $26,236.

Folkman didn’t stop there. He won another gold medal and $12,488 in the $250 March Monster Stack event.

Pedro Padilha rounded out the podium in the $1,500 March Madness HR Hyper, adding $13,750 to his bankroll. Earlier in the day, the St. Paul native earned an additional $9,626 after being eliminated in the 7-a-side Tuesday Classic HR for $1,050.

Dennys Ramos finished first out of 571 entries in the $250 Super Tour Classic, a performance that earned him $23,678. Virgílio “Tirsinho” Fonseca (third place) and Ramon Kropmanns (sixth place) earned $13,315 and $5,614 respectively.

Also on GGPoker, Felipe “FelipeAA23” Morelli was eliminated heads-up in the $88 Madness Eight to win $9,349.

Bruno Volkmann Breaks Down $5,255 HR Super Track

Comments (3)

  • The text highlights the strong performance of Brazilian poker players in the WSOPC series, with Bruno Volkmann standing out by winning two events. Other players such as Pedro Padilha, Dennys Ramos, and Virgílio Fonseca also had successful outcomes, showcasing the talent of Brazilian poker players on the international stage.

  • Maggio.athena

    I think the text describes a successful day for Brazilian poker players in the WSOPC series, with multiple players winning significant cash prizes in various events. It shows the talent and competitiveness of Brazilian players in the international poker scene.

  • Skiles.alison

    It seems that Brazilians had a strong showing in the WSOPC series, with Bruno Volkmann standing out for his victories in multiple events. Other players such as Pedro Padilha, Dennys Ramos, and Felipe Morelli also had impressive performances, earning significant winnings.

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