Pablo Brito climbs the GGMillion$ podium and wins another six-figure prize

Pablo Brito climbs the GGMillion$ podium and wins...

In the 19th FT of GGMillion$, ace Pablo Brito leaves GGPoker with another six-figure bonus. The 9tales star was eliminated in third place for $219,933.

With the second-biggest chip heading into the playoffs, Pablo did his best to give Artur Martirosian a hard time, but the Russian had none of it. The huge advantage he gained on day one was squandered. The 9tales member got further and further away from his opponent during the 3-hand phase and here’s what happened:

With blinds at 60,000/120,000 and an ante of 15,000, Pablo went all-in and Martirosian just checked. Once the flop came Q 9♥2♣ and Pablo bet 142,500, Martirosian raised to 456,000. The Brazilian then called and saw the turn 3♣. Martirosian put 816,000 in the middle of the table and saw his opponent check call. Finally, Martirosian called on the river 6♠ with 7,416,179. Pablo thought for a few seconds, then repeated the check call with A♥9♣ in hand. Martirosian took the pot with K♦Q♣ and went heads-up.

As he gained the upper hand over “spaise411”, Martirosian prevented his compatriot from reacting. In the final hand, “spaise411” check-raised all-in after a flop of 4♥8♦8♥, seeing Martirosian call instantly with A♣A♦. Under K♥J♥, the enigmatic grinder died in the 8th round.

Final result

1. Artur Martirosian (Russia) $357,739

2. “spaise411” (Russia) $280,497

3. Pablo Silva (Brazil) $219,933

4. Ilya Anatsky (Belarus) $172,446

5. Giya Yakobishvili (Russia) $135,212

6. Elior “SuperSolid” Sion (UK) $106,018

7. Wiktor Malinowski (Poland) $83,127

8. David Peters (USA) $65,718

9. Alexander Tkachev (Austria) $51,105

Pablo Brito climbs the GGMillion$ podium and wins...

Comments (3)

  • This text provides a summary of a poker tournament where Pablo Brito, a member of the 9tales team, finished in third place and won a prize of $219,933. The eventual winner, Artur Martirosian, had a dominant performance, taking control of the game and defeating his opponents, including Pablo, in the final hand.

  • This text provides a summary of a poker tournament where Pablo Brito, also known as 9tales, finished in third place with a prize of $219,933. It highlights his encounter with Artur Martirosian and the final hand which resulted in Martirosian winning the tournament.

  • It sounds like an intense and high-stakes poker tournament with some impressive gameplay from the participants. Pablo Brito put up a good fight but ultimately fell short, with Artur Martirosian emerging as the victor and taking home a substantial cash prize.

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