Sweden’s poker player earns $1 500 000 for winning Super Million$
The $10 000 000 GTD Super Million$ completed last night at GGPoker. For once, the final table did not feature a large number of stellar poker players: the most famous player was Alex Foxen.
Despite the fact that Alex was seventh in terms of the stack at the beginning of the final table, he had a great chance to win the event, but it didn't work out. The poker player’s stack quickly got smaller and as a result, Foxen took only 8th place and $ 249 250 in prize money.
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Sweden’s Joakim Andersson and Austria’s Julian Stuer met in the final heads-up. Joakim had a sevenfold stack advantage, so Julian couldn’t resist for long. In the decisive hand of the event, Stuer moved all-in with A-9, and Andersson called his opponent’s bet, holding K-2.
The river brought 2, securing Andersson’s victory in the tournament. For first place, the player received a massive payout of $1 537 000, which is Joakim's current biggest prize money in his poker career.
Super Million$ Final Table Results
- Joakim Andersson – $1 537 000
- Julian Stuer – $1 185 600
- Darrell Goh – $914 200
- Steve Austin – $705 000
- level29 – $543 600
- Land on it! – $419 200
- Roman "RRomashka" Emelyanov – $323 200
- Alex Foxen – $249 250
- Taylor Paur – $192 200
Next Tuesday, there will be another Super Million$ at GGPoker: you can watch the live stream on the Cardmates website.