Argentine players Matías Gabrenja and Sebastián Lobo round out their 2023 trip to Las Vegas at the final table of the Wynn Summer Classics, where they both won The best prizes for each were the Mystery Bounty $2M Guaranteed event, which had 3,856 entries worth $1,600 and awarded $5,552,640 to the top 423 players. These include Argentinian Hernán Crespín ($355 – $2,400), Martín Sgrilletti ($259 – $2,675) and Gastón Gurevich ($215 – $3,050) , Gabriel Lo Valvo ($157 – $3,525) and Alejandro Pérez Dorignac ($51 – $8,415).
Sebastián Lobo was eliminated in seventh place to earn the best money of his career: $85,833. It was his eighth cash of the year in Las Vegas (two at the 2023 WSOP), and he took home $103,774.
Matias Gabrenja topped the podium and won the grand prize for third place for $251,987, his best finish on the money circuit. At the 2023 WSOP, he has two cash wins, finishing 11th in Event 79 for $47,516 and 94th in Event 86 for $4,479. With career earnings of $545,596, he ranks 40th on Argentina’s all-time money list.