The 9Tales star’s run into the $5,200 Titans playoff game ended at the bar. Bruno “Great Dant” Volkmann, who was eliminated first, added $12,022 to his bankroll. Rodrigo “SELOUAN1991” Selouan (No. 4) and Rodrigo Seiji (No. 3) went back-to-back for $43,664 and $58,296 respectively.
Seiji took the 3-hand lead after a few hands and lost the match with his 53 BBS stack. After losing the lead, he chose to defend the big hands and declared an all-in 3-bet. Revealed again with the action “Drew.derzh” instacall and A?A♣. Seiji dominated with 6\6♣ and had no chance at all on the J\J♥K\9♣10\ board, getting all-in for only 4 BBS. On the same level, the pilot of the “seijistar” account dropped out of the controversy.
Pedro Padilha, on the other hand, was partying at the Turbo High Rollers on PokerStars. The Brazilian finished third in the $1,050 Sunday Supersonic for $4,904. Next, he beat 35 players to break out the $1,050 Sunday Cooldown. In total, Padilha won another $14,789.
In another high stakes event, the $1,050 Sunday Warm-Up, Brunno Botteon finished fourth out of 48 entrants, a feat that netted him $5,581.