Pull Fierreth’s Game 15 celebration was beautiful and well deserved. He won his 22nd bracelet in Brazilian history, becoming the 20th player to achieve the feat. Even better, he was the tenth player to win a gold bracelet solo. Emotions really came to the fore and the Sao Paulo player was the subject of a “ramirada” in a heads-up miss.
In the first all-in and heads-up match against Daniel Barriocanal, Rafael played very well. Compared with the Spaniard, the chip advantage is huge. He dominated, but after the flop and turn, the Brazilian earned his chances of a tie and only hoped the final three aces would provide the final numbers for the match.
The “away” draw is played on the river . Of course, it was cause for celebration because the chip was intact, but the problem was that Reese understood that only he did it. “La Mirada” was one of the heaviest, as it celebrated generously for winning the bracelet. There were shouts, he had a Brazilian flag in his hand, and a lot of cheering…
Until we realized it was a draw. Now we can say this is just a “spoiler”. Even with the adrenaline pumping, Raphael stayed focused and celebrated winning the bracelet an hour later. What a great way to celebrate two world champions!
Watch the “Ramirada” moment:
Ramirada or Rafaelada? Good thing the title followed, otherwise it would have been flagged forever
It ended up being a spoiler pic.twitter.com/n3M9sCOC19
— MundoPoker (@MundoPokerBr) June 9, 2023 9th