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Benjamin Rolle wins latest Super Million$ at GGPoker

Benjamin Rolle 2021

Over the past seven days, Benjamin Rolle has played 11 tournaments at GGPoker and entered the ITM zone in four of them. At yesterday's Super Million$, Benjamin made it to the final table and eventually won the event.

Rolle was one of the strongest players at the final table, but, when the game kicked off, the poker player was only eighth on the chip count. The chip leader was Nick Petrangelo, and bookmakers considered him the main contender for the victory.

Aliaksei Boika was the first to leave the final table. To note, Bert Stevens eliminated him from the tournament: the board brought А-К-3-5-10 that helped Bert collect two pair –aces and kings, and Boika got A-10. As a result, Stevens took away the pot and continued to vie for the top prize.

Read also: Daniel Dvoress finished third in Super Million$ at GGPoker

Then, Nick Petrangelo boosted his stack by shooting down Andrey Novak. His nines survived against Novak's A-10. Andrey finished the tournament in eighth place, earning around $70K.

Petrangelo himself left the game in third place, losing to the future runner-up Michael Zhang. Petrangelo received $252 400 in prize money, which is a massive win. Next, the heads-up between Michael Zhang and Benjamin Rolle began. Zhang had a fourfold stack advantage, but Rolle didn't give up.

Benjamin managed to apply the proper strategy to defeat his opponent to win the tournament. In the final hand, Zhang moved all-in with Q-10, and Rolle called his bet holding A-6. Rolle hit two pair and it was enough to beat Michael in the duel.

Super Million$ Final Table Results

  1. Benjamin Rolle – $424 500
  2. Michael Zhang – $327 400
  3. Nick Petrangelo – $252 400
  4. Laurynas Levinskas – $194 600
  5. Bert Stevens – $150 100
  6. "WatWudHaraldSDo" – $115 700
  7. "LOSSER" – $89 200
  8. Andrey Novak – $68 800
  9. Aliaksei Boika – $53 000

Super Million$ Final Table (full video)

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