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Super Million$ Anniversary champion wins $1 000 000

Super Million$ Anniversary

The anniversary Super Million$ at GGPoker has collected 567 entries and a prize pool of $5 670 000. 64 lucky players advanced on Day 2, but only nine of them got to the final table.  

Believe it or not, the $10 300 Super MILLION$ has been carried out on a weekly basis for a whole year. In this tournament, the most famous online poker players compete for massive payouts, probably one of the largest prize money across all weekly online tournaments. GGPoker held the Super MILLION$ Anniversary as part of their latest High Rollers Week.

The final table chip leader was Chris Frank, but he failed to emerge victorious – Chris finished the event in fifth place. Shortly after that, Adrian Mateos left the game, earning $447 000 for fourth place.

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A player with the "judd trump" nickname was confidently heading towards victory. Playing his first two Super MILLION$, the Chinese achieved little success at the final table, twice finishing in ninth place. The opposite situation arose during the anniversary edition of Super MILLION$: the three-time Spring Festival champion recorded his best cash, namely $976 379.

For his victory, "judd trump" should be grateful, in a sense, to Wiktor Malinowski. There was a hand, in which Malinowski “gave” the Chinese almost his entire stack.

Wiktor had aces, while "judd trump" was dealt queens. The victory would appear to be in Malinowski’s pocket, but the Q on the flop ruined it all. Wiktor eventually left the game in seventh place and received $205 000 in prize money.

Super Million$ Final Table Results

  1. "judd trump" – $976 000
  2. Joakim Andersson – $753 000
  3. Carlos Villamarin – $448 000
  4. Adrian Mateos – $447 000
  5. Chris Frank – $345 000
  6. Chris Puetz – $266 000
  7. Wiktor Malinowski – $205 000
  8. Enrico Camosci – $158 000
  9. Thomas Muehloecker – $122 000

Super Million$ Final Table (video)

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