Andres Korn Finishes 2nd in Event #19 of the 2023 WSOP!
Andres Korn was the first Argentine player to finish first, second, third and fourth in the World Series of Poker. He is also the only Argentine to hold both a WSOP bracelet and ring.
On Friday, June 9, Cacho kicked off the final day of the Series 19 (WSOP). In 2023, he was third in chips, but on the first hand he hit a straight with A-Ks and moved up to second. The unofficial final table consisted of 10 players, with the Argentine as the chip leader.
Event #19 #WSOP2023
Andres @Choki70 Korn 🇦🇷 won a big pot against AK on the river and now with 5.6M ranked second.
He was also in the lead in the 6-hand event, and after knocking out his opponent, he extended his lead and held it until three-handed game. In the last matchup, he started with 15.4 million against Valentino Konakchiev with 24.3 million 🇧🇬. Chips are moved from side to side, leads are changed many times.
Cacho won the tournament when he called A-7 and protected his opponent with 6-. 6. But Valentino doubled down and took the lead. On the final hand, Andres bet K-3 preflop and his opponent called with K-8. No miracle happened, and the Argentine finished second with $269,438.
📞🎙️ We contacted Cacho and asked him how he felt after the game, he told us: ⤵️
You can watch the tiebreaker here:
Valentino Konakchiev joins two @WSOP bracelet winners in a three-handed match.
The Bulgarian took the @AlexReardUnibet match and beat Andres Korn in a three-way match for victory and a $435,924 profit.
Our heartiest congratulations to Andres who continues to prove himself to be the best in his country one of the players. At the WSOP, he has 23 cashes and 6 final tables. With this achievement, his live tournament earnings increased to $2.8 million, placing him fifth on the list of most successful Argentine players.
This text provides information about the achievements of Argentine poker player Andres Korn in the World Series of Poker. Korn holds several records and has performed well in various tournaments, earning substantial prize money and cementing his place as one of the best Argentine players.
This text highlights the achievements of Argentine poker player Andres Korn, who has accomplished impressive finishes in the World Series of Poker. He is the only Argentine to have both a WSOP bracelet and ring, and has a total of 23 cashes and 6 final tables in the tournament. With these accomplishments, Korn’s live tournament earnings have reached $2.8 million, making him one of the most successful Argentine players.