2021 World Series of Poker
2020 WSOP Main Event - GGPoker
Days:

Event Info

Buy-in $10,000
Prize Pool $6,470,400
Players 674

Level Info

Level 41
Blinds 300,000 / 600,000
Ante 600,000

Players Info - Day 3

Players Left 1
Entries 8

Ruivo Doubles Through Salas

zedmaster84 • Level 39: 200,000-400,000, 400,000 ante
Manuel Ruivo
Manuel Ruivo

In the very first hand back from the break, Brunno Botteon folded and Damian Salas eyeballed the stacks of the two shorter stacks behind. He then raised to 5 million on the button and Manuel Ruivo called for 2.925 million out of the small blind.

Manuel Ruivo: {j-Hearts}{j-Spades}
Damian Salas: {9-Spades}{5-Spades}

The {a-Spades}{q-Spades}{2-Hearts} flop meant Ruivo was going to have a sweat for the remaining two community cards. Nothing changed with the {7-Diamonds} turn and the {8-Hearts} river kept Ruivo in contention.

Damian Salas ar
Damian Salas
ar 20,625,000 -2,925,000
Manuel Ruivo pt
Manuel Ruivo
pt 6,650,000 3,725,000
Ramon Miquel Munoz es
Ramon Miquel Munoz
es 3,000,000 -800,000
Level:
39
Blinds:
200,000/400,000
Ante:
400,000

Dinner Break for the Final Four

zedmaster84 • Level 38: 150,000-300,000, 300,000 ante

After a long final hand, the remaining four players have been sent into a scheduled 30-minute dinner break with all pre-ordered meals already available in the King's Resort restaurant.

Salas Wins Another Pot Off Ruivo

zedmaster84 • Level 38: 150,000-300,000, 300,000 ante

Damian Salas raised it up to 850,000 in the small blind and he was called by Manuel Ruivo in the big blind. As they headed to the {q-Diamonds}{9-Hearts}{6-Hearts} flop, both players opted to check. Salas then bet the {9-Diamonds} turn for 425,000 and Ruivo called.

On the {3-Diamonds} river, Salas checked once again and Ruivo bet 1 million with around 3 million behind. Salas opted for a check-raise to 2.55 million and Ruivo tank-folded after several minutes.

Damian Salas ar
Damian Salas
ar 23,500,000 2,500,000
Manuel Ruivo pt
Manuel Ruivo
pt 3,000,000 -2,500,000

Salas Takes From Botteon

zedmaster84 • Level 38: 150,000-300,000, 300,000 ante

Brunno Botteon limped the small blind and Damian Salas checked his option from the big blind. On a flop of {k-Clubs}{j-Clubs}{4-Spades}, Botteon checked and Salas checked behind.

The {8-Hearts} turn brought no betting action either and Botteon then bet the {6-Clubs} river for 900,000. Salas gave it some thought and called to get shown {j-Hearts}{10-Clubs} by Botteon, which he had beat with {7-Spades}{5-Clubs} for a straight.

Damian Salas ar
Damian Salas
ar 21,000,000 2,100,000
Brunno Botteon br
Brunno Botteon
br 8,000,000 -1,800,000
Ramon Miquel Munoz es
Ramon Miquel Munoz
es 3,800,000

Ruivo Pays off Salas

zedmaster84 • Level 38: 150,000-300,000, 300,000 ante

In a limped battle of the blinds, Damian Salas led the {9-Diamonds}{3-Diamonds}{2-Spades} flop for the minimum and Manuel Ruivo made the call. Salas also bet the {2-Clubs} turn for 1,050,000 to earn another call and Salas then bet the {q-Diamonds} river for 2,000,000.

Ruivo gave it plenty of thought and called to get shown the {10-Spades}{2-Hearts} for trips deuces by Salas, which ended up winning the pot.

Salas raised the button to 600,000 in the next hand and Ruivo three-bet jammed out of the small blind to win some chips back.

Damian Salas ar
Damian Salas
ar 18,900,000 2,900,000
Manuel Ruivo pt
Manuel Ruivo
pt 5,500,000 -2,100,000
Ramon Miquel Munoz es
Ramon Miquel Munoz
es 3,800,000 -725,000

Marco Streda Eliminated in 5th Place ($341,879)

zedmaster84 • Level 38: 150,000-300,000, 300,000 ante
Marco Streda
Marco Streda

The action started with a button raise to 600,000 by Manuel Ruivo and Marco Streda pushed for what appeared to be just shy of nine blinds from one seat over. Ramon Miquel Munoz forfeited the big blind and Ruivo snap-called to roll over his cards immediately.

Marco Streda: {a-Hearts}{k-Diamonds}
Manuel Ruivo: {a-Clubs}{a-Diamonds}

The {j-Clubs}{8-Clubs}{2-Clubs} flop left Streda on the ropes and he grinned, adding "zero point pero, zero, zero one." It was all over on the {7-Spades} turn and the {4-Spades} river officially ended Streda's run in 5th place for $341,879. He then wished all his opponents good luck before leaving the feature table.

"Pretty good spot," Brunno Botteon said in table chat and Ruivo replied with a "decent," then moved his chips and some of them fell over. "These internet kids, don't even know how to stack chips," the Portuguese pro joked.

Manuel Ruivo pt
Manuel Ruivo
pt 7,600,000 3,800,000
Marco Streda ch
Marco Streda
ch Busted

Tags: Manuel RuivoMarco StredaRamon Miquel Munoz