Mateos and Salas Among Elite Finalists in WSOP Paradise $25K GGMillion$ Championship

Finalists at WSOP Paradise $25K GGMillion$ Championship

In the Bahamas, as part of the WSOP Paradise series, a prestigious high roller event called GGMillion$ Championship is taking place with an impressive buy-in of 25 thousand dollars. Two days of play have already passed, and as a result, a final table of eight participants has formed.

Each of them has already guaranteed themselves a minimum payout of $267,500 – the prize that the player in eighth place will receive. And the lucky champion, in addition to the esteemed title, will also receive a huge prize of $2,726,300.

The event attracted a large number of people willing to play, and thanks to 533 registrations, it was possible to create a huge prize pool of $13,325,000. Almost all the star poker players who came to the Bahamas took part in it: Fedor Holz, Jason Mercier, Daniel Negreanu and many others. After the first day of play, the chip leader with an impressive stack was Jason Koon. However, they all failed to reach the final table.​

Among the finalists, Adrian Mateos can easily be called the most famous player. This famous Spanish professional has four World Series gold bracelets and nearly forty million dollars in live event winnings.

His path to the final table was very difficult: at one point, after a big loss to Erik Seidel, Adrian had only one big blind left in his stack. However, he managed to survive and accumulate a lot of chips. And Seidel’s result was 19th place.

The final table lineup of the GGMillion$ Championship, in which play will resume quite soon until the champion is determined:

SeatPlayerCountryStack (BB)
1Daniel SmiljkovicGermany51
2Frank BrannanUSA27
3Samuel MullurAustria15
4Adrian MateosSpain18
5Klemens RoiterAustria29
6Arunas SapitaviciusLithuania29
7Damian SalasArgentina23
8Matthew StumpfCanada27

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