Fabio Peluso entered 2022 with just over $14,000 in live tournament earnings registered to his name. So far this year, the Italian player from San Nicandro Garganico has earned more than $400,000, including winning his first title in the kickoff event. World Series of Poker in Europe. Peluso topped a massive field of 2,454 entries turned into King’s Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic in the €350 No-Limit Hold’em tournament known as ‘The Opener’, taking home his first tournament WSOP . World Series of Poker Gold bracelet and first prize $95,670.
It was the second biggest result of his career, after the $228,207 he earned as runner-up in a €1,100 side event in European Poker Tour Monte Carlo series.
“I’ve been studying a lot and discussing points with my poker friends,” Peluso said when asked what led him to such a strong year on the track. “And of course, good jogging helps too.”
Peloso’s outburst on the live stage this year put him outside the Top 100 in 2022 card player Player of the Year award sponsored by Global Poker. This win in Rozvadov added 432 POY It indicates its annual total, which grew to 1,988 as a result. With four finalists from the final table, one title, and $386,459 per year to date POY His earnings, and now ranks 121st in the world rankings.
This tournament included four starting trips and another two full days of tournament. The last day started with 24 players remaining and Peloso in third place. When the pitch was incorporated into the final table, he remained in third place, trailing only Dennis Welk and Carlo Savinelli.
The first to fall was Gabriel Jansen Falcao Ballero, losing a previous race to Welk to finish ninth ($8,809). Wilk then scored a knockout again, picking up pocket aces for pocket sixes from Simon Andrian (8th – $11254) and holding on to narrow the field to seven.
Miroslav Navratil (7th place – $14.509) lost suspicion by pocket tens against a proper AQ for Savinelli. With that, the remaining six players are all set to earn €10,350 per seat WSOP . World Series of Poker Europe The main event in addition to their cash payments.
Peloso made his first elimination at the end table when his AK cracked with pocket sounds from Gennaro Proscia with all the chips going up front. Peluso fumbled with a pair of royalty and river cruises to send Proscia home for $18,875.
Despite his hot start, Jeremy’s Welk was the next to be eliminated. He lost a big bowler to Peluso shortly before finding himself in everything with QJ Suits against Savinelli’s A-10. Wilk fumbled in the open straight tie but hasn’t improved yet from there. He earned $24,773 as the 5th place finisher.
Kevin Fluegel had it all with AK driving QJ from Peluso. The Italian couple flopped and improved to a full house on the turn, leaving Fluigl dead. He earned $32,801 for his fourth-place bid.
Stefan Vogt’s run ended in the event when he pushed Q10 of the button and received a call from Savinelli, who was dealt with9 in the small canopy. Vogt fumbled double fork with ay8, while Savinelli improved to the first pair. 8 turn and j River was no good for Vogt, who went home in third place with $43,813.
Thus, the head-to-head game began with the distribution of chips as follows:
Carlo Savinelli – 31.6 million
Fabio Belloso – 17.5 million
Peluso was able to immediately break into Savinelli’s lead and quickly took the lead after winning a pair of health pots early in the showdown. By the time the last hand was dealt, Peloso had increased his lead to over 2:1 per minute. Savinelli entered from the button bearing the A7 Peloso paid 55. Call Savinelli and run out of J . board64102 To lock up fate and the title of Peloso. Savinelli earned $59,032 as a runner-up.
Here is a look at the payments and POY Points awarded on the final table:
|4||Kevin Fluigl||32,801 dollars||216|
|6||Gennaro of Prussia||$18,875||144|
|7||Miroslav Navratil||14,509 dollars||108|
|9||Gabriel Janssen Falcao Ballero||8809 dollars||36|
Winner photo provided by WSOP . World Series of Poker.