Three main events began the Rio de Janeiro leg of the KSOP GGPoker. One of them is the ever-popular High Roller Light, which offers the “start” to the circuit’s regular players. A dynamic poker player from Uruguay, Alfonso Fasana, is present in the room.
Alfonso arrived to Rio with a large group of companions and has already won two events in an effort to duplicate his success from the previous stage. After being eliminated from the Ranking Top 36, he moved to the High Roller Light and opened with all of his chips, hitting a stunning four of a kind.
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Alfonso began with a hijack mini-raise while the blinds were 500/1,000. The Argentinean Jose Grill contributed to the small blind, and both players saw the flip. Alfonso risked 3,500 chips, and his opponent called with a check. One was up, and Jose Grill shouted out again.
Alfonso had a four-of-a-kind and placed a 7,000-chip wager. Jose remained in the game and made a call. To Fasana’s joy, the river was a straight one, so completing a four. Grill was not in a position and was checked. Alfonso seized the chance and wagered half of his stack, or 10,500 chips. Jose Grill phoned immediately and displayed one. His opponent, though, labeled him insane.