Dia 4 Terminado
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|Blinds||50,000 / 100,000|
Dia 4 Terminado
It didn’t take long for a winner to be crowned in the PokerStars Festival Uruguay Main Event after eight players returned on Day 4. It was Julio Belluscio’s tournament to lose and he closed out the final table in astounding fashion, taking only five levels to win the whole tournament. Not only that, he also eliminated every single player at the final table.
Belluscio eliminated Renan Toniolo first. Toniolo shoved with pocket tens but they were no match for Belluscio’s queen-jack. Belluscio flopped a pair and rivered a second to send Toniolo home as the first player of the day in eighth place. Next to go was Alejandro Garcia. Garcia shoved all in with nearly 20 big blinds from under the gun. Belluscio called in the next seat over and was happy to see his pocket tens dominating Garcia’s pocket sixes. Garcia didn’t catch up and he hit the rail in seventh.
For most of the final table, it was a shoving fest. Belluscio just managed to come out on top of most of the all-ins. Juan Perez hit the rail in sixth. He shoved all in with and was called by Belluscio’s . The board was safe for Perez, but the fell on the river to give Belluscio the best of it. Osvaldo Naves fell in fifth soon after that. Naves moved all in from under the gun with but Belluscio woke up with in the big blind and Naves couldn’t catch up. That would be it for him.
Next, Ernesto Panno and Hector Barua fell in quick succession. Panno shoved his into Belluscio’s and couldn’t catch up, leaving him as the 4th place finisher, while Barua tried to make a move on Belluscio on a flop of . Barua shoved with but Belluscio was holding this time. Barua turned a flush draw, but didn’t get there on the river and he hit the rail in third place.
Belluscio brought a massive chip advantage into heads-up play of almost five to one. Julio Arocena was able to battle back and even out the stacks, which earned him a deal, but eventually, he too fell to Belluscio. For a short time, Arocena battled into the chip lead, but a massive pot swung the tables back in Belluscio’s favor. On the final hand, Belluscio limped in on the button, then called a shove from Arocena. Belluscio’s ace-high held up against Arocena’s king-high through the flop, turn, and river and with that, he was crowned as the champion.
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This is the 51-year-old Bellucio’s largest cash ever. Belluscio has been playing poker for over eight years and was definitely the most recognized and accomplished player of the final eight, with nearly $300,000 in recorded live tournament earnings and results from both the EPT and the WSOP. This marks Bellucio’s first victory at a PokerStars Festival as well as in a Main Event. For his win, he locked up $66,748 after an ICM chop.
That will wrap up our coverage of the PokerStars Uruguay Festival Main Event, but the PokerStars Festival Uruguay High Roller is still ongoing and we’ll be here covering the entirety of that event as well, so don’t click away yet.
Julio Belluscio limped in on the button. Julio Arocena then shoved all in from the big blind for roughly 2,000,000 chips. Belluscio thought for a bit, made a face, then called.
The board ran out which was safe for Belluscio the whole way through. His ace-high held up and that earned him the title of tournament champion.
After the deal, Arocena will receive $60,027 along with the designation of second place while Belluscio will take home $66,748 for first place as well as the title of PokerStars Festival Main Event Champion along with the trophy.
Julio Belluscio limped in on the button. Julio Arocena raised to 575,000 from the big blind. Belluscio then raised, making it 575,000 total. Arocena called.
Both players checked the flop. Arocena put out a bet of 475,000 when the turn came the and Belluscio called.
The river was the and Arocena continued firing, betting 500,000. Belluscio quickly called. Arocena flashed his as his best card, but it was no good as Belluscio was holding for top pair. That earned him the big pot and he was able to retake the chip lead.
Julio Arocena limped on the button before Julio Belluscio raised it up to 200,000 from the big blind. Arocena called.
The flop was and Belluscio continued out with a bet of 100,000. Arocena called.
Both players checked on the turn and river and Belluscio took down the pot by showing his . Arocena showed his as well for good measure, but it was Belluscio with the best of it and he took down the pot.
Players are now on a short break and will return soon.
From the button Julio Belluscio raised to 160,000. Julio Arocena called from the big blind.
Both players checked it down on the flop to see the on the turn. There, Arocena checked again, then called a bet of 110,000 from Belluscio, after toying around with the possibility of a raise. Belluscio called.
The river was the and this time Arocena led out, putting out a bet of 260,000. Belluscio folded his hand and that allowed Arocena to take down another pot and to expand his chip lead.
Julio Arocena limped on the button and Julio Belluscio checked his option from the big blind.
The flop came down and Belluscio checked-called a bet of 100,000 from Arocena.
Belluscio check-called another bet of 150,000 on the turn, then check-called a bet of 325,000 on the river. Arocena tabled his and that was good for him to take down the pot and to take over the chip lead for the first time in this heads-up match.
On the button, Julio Belluscio limped in and Julio Arocena called.
The flop came down and Arocena led out for 80,000. Belluscio called.
The turn was the and Arocena checked to Belluscio. Belluscio bet 135,000 and Arocena called.
On the river, Arocena checked to Belluscio again. Belluscio bet 325,000 and Arocena folded without much of a fight, allowing Belluscio to take his first pot in a while and to regain some traction.