Daniel Dvoress finished third in Super Million$ at GGPoker
On Tuesday, the high rollers played at the final table of Super Million$ at GGPoker. Nine poker players took part in the final, including Daniel Dvoress, Connor Drinan and Ole Schemion.
SCOOP record holder Connor Drinan started the game with a short stack and he was the first to leave final table. Nine place and $51 000 of prize money became his result.
Ole Schemion “survived” longer than Drinan, however he also failed to get to the heads-up. Schemion hit a full house and went all-in, but Michael Watson hit a four of a kind and made an easy call.
As for Daniel Dvoress, he achieved the best result among his colleagues that we've talked about at the beginning of this news. The Canadian high roller stopped a one step away from heads-up and he was eliminated from the game by Lucas Reeves. According to the results of event, Daniel won $243 000.
Many viewers of the live broadcast saw not so famous players in a heads-up: David Yan and Lucas Reeves. This battle lasted only six hands.
In the last hand, Yan raised with 5-5. Reeves went all-in on BB with A-10 and Yan called. 8-7-4 on the flop gave the players many opportunities, but Reeves hit a nut straight on the turn, by making him the winner of tournament.
Results of Super Million$ final table
- Lucas Reeves – $408 000
- David Yan – $315 000
- Daniel Dvoress – $243 000
- Michael Watson – $187 000
- Ole Schemion – $144 000
- Eelis Parssinen – $111 000
- Melker Larsson – $86 000
- "WanYu" – $66 000
- Connor Drinan – $51 000