EPT: Kim de Sousa wins big pot on final leg of ME Day 1B

Kim de Sousa breaks, evading a triple all-in with...

Kim de Sousa from the state of Goiás is the Brazilian who collected the most chips on Day 1B of the EPT Paris Main Event. He had a roller-coaster day. However, the last few hands were uneventful, with a very difficult cooler and a triple-all-in win.

The match took place with blinds of 600/1,200 and Kim de Sousa pressed the button after Iranian Nariman Yaghmai hijacked the opening with a small raise. Swiss player Bekim Murtezi was the big blind and decided to defend.

The flop came and Brazilian players won the top three. Bekim checked and saw Nariman bet with two pair. Kim was broke and had just called his opponent’s bet when he saw the big blind continue his hand. The turn came to one and the hand was finally over.

Now all three have strong cards. Bekim checked again and this time Nariman bet 14,000 chips. Kim decided to go all-in with a three-bet for 32,000 chips and saw the Swiss player go all-in in the big blind.

According to what the Goiás native revealed to Mundo Poker, the Iranian player pondered for five minutes, and at the end of the two games, it was a draw with a flush. After being called on the traditional “clock”, he decided to call with a stack very close to Kim’s and created a huge pot.

The Iranians still have a lot of out cards, while the Swiss and Brazilians only have 3 out cards. Divide equally to eliminate. However, Kim de Sousa saw the best hand on the river and took home a whopping 150,000 in chips on the second day of play. Bekim went on to take 87,000 chips and Nariman was eliminated. What a breakthrough!

Kim de Sousa breaks, evading a triple all-in with...

Comments (3)

  • Kuhic.adaline

    This text describes an intense poker hand where Kim de Sousa from Brazil made a big comeback and won a large pot. His strategic play and fortunate river card helped him collect the most chips on Day 1B of the EPT Paris Main Event.

  • Mueller.dessie

    This text describes a high-stakes poker hand during the EPT Paris Main Event. Kim de Sousa ended up winning a significant amount of chips after a dramatic showdown with two other players. It was a thrilling and memorable moment for all involved.

  • This text describes an intense poker hand during the EPT Paris Main Event, where Kim de Sousa from Brazil won a significant amount of chips. The hand involved a triple all-in situation with strong hands, resulting in Kim emerging as the victor. It showcases the excitement and unpredictability of tournament poker.

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