GG Team Brazil member Felipe “FelipeMojave” Ramos had a very atmospheric stream yesterday. For 12.5 hours, the GGPoker Ambassador played in the style of a fun recreational player:
- Sending emoticons in almost every distribution
- Actively corresponded with opponents in the chat room
- Sang along to the Latino pankuha that played on the air
- I watched after the fold what cards could fall on the table, and was sincerely upset if these cards could strengthen the folded hand
- Played only good starters
Positive attitude, default play and a little bit of luck allowed Felipe to easily pass the WSOP bracelet – $ 1K Double Stack NLH. The event collected 5,894 entries, 972 players made it to the final day – the prize pool exceeded the $ 4M guarantee by $ 1,599,300. Ramos didn’t just make it to the ITM of this tournament – he made it to the heads-up final table and could have won, but fate decreed otherwise.
The last fight, 3 minutes long, was given to Felipe by the player from Hong Kong, Inohas “POLALIFE!” Jerome. During this time, Felipe was handed AJ twice and it was with them that he took off from the event in second place.
Despite the $ 476K prize – the winner got $ 635K – Ramos was very upset about the loss and even cried. To prevent viewers from seeing the flow of his tears at the end of the stream, he lay down on the sofa and covered his face with his hands.
Last year’s ME WSOP Online champion at GGPOKEROK Stoyan Madanzhiev and Kievite Anton Yakuba were seen at the final table.
The Bulgarian player did not forget to post his pain on Twitter to share it with subscribers:
I know it would be too much to win 2 WSOP bracelet events both 6k entries, in a year, when I have like 300 mtts for the last year. But It felt really close when I was chipleading at 6 players left.. $200k cash, GG.. next pic.twitter.com/GbxBsEiJVr
— Stoyan Madanzhiev (@Stoyan_Mad) August 16, 2021
|1||Hinojas “POLALIFE!” Jerome||Hong Kong||$635,576|
|2||Felipe «Mojave» Ramos||Brazil||$476,612|
|3||Sriharsha “Upswinger” Doddapaneni||India||$357,409|
|4||Yi “jolen” Wang||China||$268,019|
|6||Anton “aJarov” Yakuba||Ukraine||$150,718|
|7||Xuejian “LuckyCat00” Li||China||$113,023|
|8||Nethanel “natykkk” Klein||Israel||$84,755|
|9||Manish “thekid” Lakhotia||India||$63,557|
Felipe “mojave” Ramos wins Most Inspirational Player Award