Mero wins Enjoy Poker Tour seniors event

Mero wins Enjoy Poker Tour seniors event

While Brian Kaufman celebrated his win in the ACR Poker Main Event, there was a lot going on on the Enjoy Poker Tour at the same time. Because while the main events held at the Enjoy Punta del Este bring big events, such as the Gran Final Millonaria, the simultaneous championships also ensure big events.

One of the most anticipated, especially with over 45 players, was the Seniros tournament which had a guaranteed prize of $100,000 but ended up paying out almost twice that. The biggest share was taken by Alexandre Mello, who won $45,465 from a field of 185 entrants.

Senior Final Table in Punta del Este,

In heads-up play , the Brazilian defeated Rolando Soria, who took home $31,020. Another Argentine, Rafael Saul, finished third with $18,395.

In Definition, there are several regulars from the Enjoy Punta del Este tournament, such as Néstor Jacoubian, including Francisco de Belastegui and Marcelo Alboyer.

Event #17 NLH Seniors US$100K GTD – Enjoy the Poker Journey

Buy-in: US$1,100Number of entries: 185

Jackpot: $179,450

Final ranking

1. Alexandre Merlot – $45,4652. Rolando Soria – $31,0203rd PlaceRafael Saul – $18,3954. Nestor’s Jacobian – $11,1905°Leonardo Ellenberger – $8,6406.Francisco De Beláustegui – $7,1607°Fernando Mazzeo – $6,1008°Marcelo Alboyer – $5,3209°Juan Echenique – $4,56510.Carlos Peffry – $3,93011.Adrian Ferreira – $3,93012.Paul Souza – $3,93013°Facundo Trigueiro – $3,32014. Sebastian Strata – $3,32015.Gonzalo Perez – $3,32016°Emiliano Guido – $2,75517.Julio Rangel – $2,75518°Ariel Ackerman – $2,75519°Favio Gandelman – $2,20020°Oscar Caniglia – $2,20021°Fernando Sanpietro – $2,20022°Enrique Teichera – $1,66023°Mario Niceforo – $1,66024° Gerardo Ruzo – $1,660

Mero wins Enjoy Poker Tour seniors event


  • This text is a summary of the Enjoy Poker Tour’s Seniors tournament, which took place concurrently with the ACR Poker Main Event. Alexandre Mello emerged as the winner, earning $45,465, while Rolando Soria secured second place with $31,020, and Rafael Saul finished third with $18,395.

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