Allan Mello wins 30th bracelet with Brazil

Allan Mello is the 30th bracelet owner in Brazilia...

WSOP Paradise is off to the best start possible for Brazilian poker. The first gold bracelet awarded in the Bahamas was won by Alan Melo (aka Alan “The Chief”) for his stunning win on Millionaire Maker. In addition to the $1 million prize, the Samba star also made history with the 30th gold bracelet in the country’s history.

Brazil started the year with 21 gold bracelets. Rafael Reis, Gabriel Schroeder and Yuri Martins won live events in Las Vegas, while Vitor Dzivilevski won in Sin City in an online tournament on WSOP.com. In the virtual version of GGPoker, Vinícius Steves, Geraldo César, Rodrigo Seiji and Yuri Martins once again won bracelets.

The 30th Brazilian bracelet brings another curiosity. Allan took home the biggest prize of all wins, along with 2018 Colossus champion Roberly Felício, who was awarded $1,000,000. With nine bracelets this year, 2023 becomes the best year for WSOP titles in Brazilian poker history.

The Gauchos helped bridge the gap between live and virtual champions, even though the tournament was a hybrid (partly online). and live partially). There are now 13 live wins and 17 online wins. Another special significance is that Allen’s victory in the Bahamas was the first bracelet for the Samba, one of the oldest and largest poker teams in Brazil.

Individual Events:

#1 – Alexander Gomez – 2008

Event #48 ($2,000 NLH) – Prize Pool: $770,540 – WSOP Las Vegas

#2 – André Akkari – 2011

Event #43 (USA) $1,500 NLH) – Prize Pool: US$675,117 – WSOP Las Vegas

#3 – Thiago Decano – 2015

Event #38 ($3,000 NLH) – Prize Pool: $546,843 – WSOP Las Vegas

#4 – Roberly Felicio – 2018

Event #7 ($565 Colossus) – Prize Pool: $1,000,000 – WSOP Pull Vegas

#5 – Murilo Figueredo – 2019

Event #14 ($1,500 (horse) – Prize Pool: $207,003 – WSOP Las Vegas Stud

#6 – Yuri Martins – 2019

Event #51 ($2,500 Mixed Stud Hi/Low – Omaha Hi/Lo) – Prize Pool: $213,750 – WSOP Las Vegas

#17 – Paulo Joanello – 2021

Event #77 ( $1,500 5IFTY Stack NLH) – Prize Pool: $321,917 – WSOP Las Vegas

#18 – Pedro Bromfman – 2022

Event #38 ($10,000 NL 2-7 Single Draw – $294,616) – Prize Pool: US$294,616 – WSOP Las Vegas

#19 – João Simão – 2022

Event #53 ($5,000 Mixed No-Limit Hold’em and Pot-Limit Omaha) – Prize Pool: $686,482 – WSOP Las Vegas

#22 – Rafael Reis – 2023

Event #15 ($1,500 NLH 6-Max) – Prize Pool: $465,501 – WSOP Las Vegas

#23 – Yuri Martins – 2023

Event #47 ($1,500 H.O.R.S.E) – Prize Pool: US$207,678 – WSOP Las Vegas

# 24 – Gabriel Schroeder – 2023

Event #68 ($1,000 Super Turbo Prize) – Prize Pool: $228,632 – WSOP Las Vegas

#30 – Allan Mello – 2023

Event #02 ($1,500 Millionaire Maker) – Prize Pool: $1,000,000 – WSOP Paradise

Online Event:

#7 – Marcelo Pudla – 2020

Event #32 (Opening $100) – Prize Pool: $265,879

#8 – Yuri Martins – 2020

Event #42 ($400) – Prize Pool: $221,557

#9 – Eduardo Garla – 2020

Event #55 ($1,000 NLH Asia Championship) – Prize Pool: $461,709

#10 – Leonardo Mattos – 2020

Event Number.59 ($2,500 Double) – Prize Pool: $399,047

#11 – João Simão – 2021

Event #02 ($1,111 (NLH Kaiser Cares) – Prize Pool: $206,074

#12 – Thiago Crema – 2021

Event #04 ($800 NLH Double Chance) – Prize Pool: $161,636

#13 – Eduardo Pires – 2021

Event #07 ($1,500 Millionaire Maker) – Prize Pool: $1,384,013

#14 – Lucio Lima – 2021

Event #09 ($525 NLH SuperStack Turbo Prize Gold) – Prize Pool: $91,204

#15 – Renan Bruschi – 2021

Event #14 (USA) $500 The Big 500) – Prize Pool: US$150,326

#16 – Eduardo Rodrigues – 2021

Event #20 ($1,500 NLH Monster Stack Freezeout) ) – Prize Pool: US$212,815 p>

# 20 – Rafael Caiaffa – 2022

Event #03 ($2. 500 Limit Hold’em) – Prize Pool: $64,671

#21 – Gustavo Mastelotto

Event #11 ($400 Double Stack Prize) – Prize Pool: $106,562

#25 – Vitor Dzivielevksi – 2023

Event #16 on WSOP.com ($600 NLH Online Deepstack) – Prize Pool: 185,316 USD – USD

#26 – Vinícius Steves – 2023

Event #02 (Poker Corkscrew Gladiator $300) – Prize Pool: $234,707

#27 – Geraldo Cesar – 2023

Event #16 ($1,050 Secret Bounty Pot-Limit Omaha) – Prize Pool: $159,567

#28 – Yuri Martins – 2023

Event #24 ($10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship) – Prize Pool: $368,342

#29 – Rodrigo Seiji – 2023

Event #32 ($1,500 The Closer Bounty Turbo) – Prize Pool: $187,119

Allan Mello is the 30th bracelet owner in Brazilia...


Posted: 15.12.2023

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  • Grady.justine

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