Vivian Saliba

After making a name for herself in the summer of 2017, Brazil’s Vivian “Vivi” Saliba was welcomed to the 888poker team. That year, at just 24 years old, she became the youngest female to enter the World Series of Poker Main Event, which she jumped into after notching a career-best $47,923 in Event #54: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship. It was just her second time at the WSOP, and her first playing the Main Event. She finished in 421st place for $27,743, and thanks to some airtime on Poker Go, her popularity in Brazil exploded. Saliba first learned poker at 12, playing on a family trip. Six years later, her dad took her to a Brazilian card club, and she was attracted to the social aspects of the game. Five years after that, Sailba turned pro with a focus on her favorite game, pot-limit Omaha. In late 2017, she won the 888poker LIVE London Ladies Event and officially joined the 888poker team while at King’s Casino in Rozvadov competing in the World Series of Poker Europe. As of August 2023, she has $793,787 in lifetime tournament earnings according to The Hendon Mob. That includes a career-best $308,888 for finishing fourth in 2019 WSOP Event #64: $888 Crazy Eights. Also, she has 4 WSOP final tables, being 2 in PLO and 2 in NLH. Nowadays she plays both modalities and mainly MTTS, online and live. If you want to follow Saliba’s adventures as an 888poker Ambassador, follow her on social media. She loves to post on Instagram @vivi.saliba and you can follow her on Twitter @vivisaliba.

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Poker is a skill game and everybody knows it. You can find very successful professional and even amateur players all over the world - in both Online and Live scenarios.