Colombian pro Giovanny Reyes won the Pot Limit Omaha Turbo tournament tournament as defined among Colombians Champions of Spades Latin American Poker Tour (LAPT) at the Crown Casino in Panama City. Reyes took home $4,200 after defeating compatriot Jairo Criado heads-up, while his runner-up received a $2,900 runner-up bonus. Rounding out the podium was Asian-Hispanic Yuanjie Chen, who took home bronze for $1,860.
Reyes won his first Latin Tour pica in the final between Canal City and Colombia.
Sharks from Cali, Giovanny Reyes Perez won the Pot Limit Omaha Turbo tournament on Friday to become One of the better representatives of the Colombian Army in international operations. The Latin American Poker Tour (LAPT) season recently took place in Panama City with Crown Casino as host. Reyes won the champion’s silver medal and $4,200 after beating compatriot and friend Jairo Criado heads-up. The runner-up earned $2,900 in subtitles; on the podium was Asian Hispanic Chen Yuanjie. His bronze medal earned him $1,860.
Although he marked the day with celebrations, . With the chips running out at the table, Giovanny didn’t have time to regret it and immediately signed up for the four-card event, which ultimately earned him his first silver pickup. The trophy he collected at the poker table.
Referring to fellow countryman and friend Jairo Criado defining the arm wrestling title, Reyes: “It’s fun because the title is locked. “Colombia. It’s very, very good.” As the game evolved to get all the chips, the player born in the so-called Sucursal del Cielo explained: “I Always short.” I also had one of the smallest stacks in a cash bubble situation, so I always fit in with the ICM. “During the closing stages, Giovanny proceeded to increase his score by doubling down on bets and starting to increase his score until he entered the final duel with a slight advantage over his final partner.
Concluding the conversation with the media , the winner left a message of thanks to those who witnessed his achievements in the competition who he participated in, inspired and pushed forward: “I want to dedicate this victory to my family and to those around me who have always supported me; thank you My girlfriend and everyone with me. Reyes concludes.
The event is closed with 39 entries.