Mexican player won Super Millon$ at GGPoker

Mexican player won Super Millon$

In the poker room GGPoker, nine participants of Super Million$ final table brought the matter to its logical conclusion. Lev Gottlieb from Mexico managed to take the first place. By the way, this poker pro was remembered by the fact that he prevented Mikita Badziakouski from winning the first gold bracelet in his career.

Let’s start with the last place that was given to Alexey Boyko. He didn’t manage to stay in the tournament for more than half an hour. At the beginning of final table, Boyko had a short stack of 14 big blinds. As a result, Alexey went all-in with K-Q and got an easy call from "ILUCKuHARD" with pocket aces.

The winner of ME WSOP 2020 Damian Salas went to rest after the tournament in the seventh place. This time, the Argentinian failed to achieve a significant result, and $123 000 became a good consolation prize for his defeat.

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Then the players left Super Million$ online table one by one, and two participants remained in the final heads-up – Lev Gottlieb and Pedro Garagnani from Brazil. Gottlieb had a slight advantage in chips that made him feel more confident.

Heads-up lasted about 30 minutes and Pedro went all-in with Q-J in the final hand and was called by Lev’s pocket aces. The flop, turn and river didn’t upset Gottlieb and the Mexican pro became the champion. He earned $586 000 of prize money.

Final table results

  • Lev Gottlieb (Mexico) – $586 000
  • Pedro Garagnani (Brazil) – $452 000
  • "ILUCKuHARD" (Austria) – $348 000
  • "PiePie" (UK) – $269 000
  • Juan Pardo (Spain) – $207 000
  • Chris Rudolph (Austria) – $160 000
  • Damian Salas (Argentina) – $123 000
  • Andrea Dato (Germany) – $95 000
  • Alexey Boyko (Belarus) – $73 000
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