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.
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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