Marcos Exterkotter exits WSOP Event 83 in 8th place

24.08.2023

Marcos Exterkotter exits WSOP Event 83 in 8th plac...

On the last day of Event 83: $1,500 NL Hold’em Short Deck, the only Brazilian vying for a WSOP bracelet made a brief resistance. Marcos Exterkotter finished eighth, walking out of the Horseshoe Casino in Las Vegas with $8,586.

Marcos took on Vietnamese pro Thai Ha, who won the title shortly thereafter. In the farewell, the gaucho opens from the table and answers Ha’s call. On the flop of Q♣J♣6♥, both players check. On the turn 8♥, Ha bet 405,000 and Marcos bet 125,000. Marcos then declared all-in. Ha calls and shows 10♥9♣. Marcos drew with K ЙK♣.

The FT has spent much of its time chasing David Prociak. The turning point for the Asian came when he came back from a 1-3 deficit. In the final hand, Q♥Q♣ vs. K♣J♣, the pro was not surprised by the edge J 8 ♣ A 8 ♥ 7 ♣.

This is the first $1,500 NL Hold’em short deck traded at the WSOP. Check out how much each finalist has received:

1. Thai Ha (Vietnam) $111,170

2. David Prociak (USA) $68,712

3. Wai Kiat Lee (Malaysia) $45,866

4. Robert James (USA) $31,307

5. Ryan Laplante (USA) $21,863

6. Moses Alosh (Israel) $15,629

7. Matan Gabay (Israel) $11,443

Marcos Exterkotter exits WSOP Event 83 in 8th plac...

Comments (2)

  • Gabriella.aufderhar

    This text provides a brief summary of the final day of Event 83 at the WSOP, where Marcos Exterkotter, the only Brazilian participant, finished eighth. The winner of the event was Vietnamese pro Thai Ha, who took home a prize of $111,170.

  • This text provides a summary of the final day of Event 83 at the WSOP, where Marcos Exterkotter, the only Brazilian participant, finished eighth. Vietnamese player Thai Ha won the tournament, and a breakdown of the prize money for each finalist is listed.

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