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  1. PokerStars' 2019 World Championship of Online Poker continued on Tuesday with another batch of tournaments crowning winners. Among those to take top honors were Pedro 'PaDiLhA SP' Padilha, Leonardo 'LeoMattosAK' Mattos, Fabiano 'Kovalski1' Kovalski, and Rui 'RuiNF' Ferreira. Padilha scored first place in Event #17 (High): $1,050 NLHE Progressive KO, after he topped a field of 1,296 entries to win what amounted to $192,548 when you include prize money ($101,188.34) and knockout winnings ($91,359.81). In the medium-stakes version of this event, 'Krafty_It' took the title for $59,063.28 in pri
  2. Just a little bit before 2 AM in Salvador, Brazil there may have been a short burst of cheers as one of their own added their name to the growing list of Brazilian poker players with a World Series of Poker bracelet. Leonardo Mattos defeated Christopher Puetz heads up to take down WSOP Online Event #59 ($2,500 Double Stack NLHE) for $399,046.75 and his first career bracelet. Mattos is the fourth Brazilian to win a WSOP bracelet so far this summer joining Marcelo Pudla (Event #32), Yuri Dzievielevski (Event #42) and Luis Eduardo Garla (Event #55). A double-elimination during hand-for-hand
  3. When it comes to the number of World Series of Poker bracelets won by a country, Brazil is tied for tenth. However, when it comes to passion for the game of poker, the South American nation simply will not be outdone. It doesn’t take long to feel that fire when talking with 22-year old poker pro Leonardo Mattos from Salvador, Bahia. Last week, in the early hours of the morning Mattos played his way to a win in WSOP Event #59 ($2,500 Double Stack NLHE), earning a career-high $399,000 score and his first gold bracelet. “I was very focused. Total concentration,” Mattos said. “I felt comfort

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