Enio Bozzano and José Carlos Brito move to Day 3 of the WSOP Millionaire Maker

Of the large field of 7,361 Millionaire Maker entries, there are only 155 players left in search of the WSOP bracelet. Among them are two Brazilians: Enio Bozzano and José Carlos Brito, the son of the Portuguese-Brazilian Nando Brito.

The best situation is that of Bozzano, who had more than 500,000 chips, but bagged 324,000, just below the average, which is 356,000. Jose Carlos will have more work, having passed with 167,000. The chip leader is American Aaron Messmer with 1,089,000, followed by Clyde Shimp with 978,000 and Manig Loeser with 914,000.

Rafael Dufus (658º – US $ 3,035), Victor Dabus (849º – US $ 2,621), Marcos Exterkotter (719º – US $ 2,808), Orli Jr. (690º – US $ 2,808) Dante Goya (549º – US $ 3,310), Andrew Zeus (536º – US $ 3,640), Carlos Lima (433º – US $ 4,038), Renato Kaneoya (625º – US $ 3,035), Vitor Rangel (384º – US $ 4,518), Nando Brito (321º – US $ 5,097) and Rafael Moraes (307º – US $ 5,097) were the Brazilian eliminated during the day.

The Brazilians have already secured at least $ 7,697, but can take as much as $ 1,173,233 if they get the title. The tournament resumes on Tuesday at 3pm (Brazilian time), with blinds at 5,000 / 10,000 and before 1,000.