Other huge online poker tournaments are taking place virtually as the 2022 World Series of Poker (WSOP) gets into full swing in Las Vegas. The Super MILLION$ is among those events.
Talented players make up the final table, and the winner will get $295,534. The event's field had 136 entrants who formed a $1,316,000 prize pool. But, only the remaining 15 players would get a share of the prize.
Michael Addamo was the event's bubble boy as Daniel Dvoress, Aleks Ponakovs, Joris Ruiis, and Mikita Badziakouski followed him after he got eliminated.
Chip Counts at the Super MILLION$'s Final Table
Daniel "Tourmination" Petersen from Austria had 3,251,717 chips, equal to 92.9 big blinds
- Marcelo Asensio from Brazil had 2,254,415 chips, equal to 64.4 big blinds
- Andras Nemeth from Hungary had 2,080,356 chips, equal to 59.5 big blinds
- Mark Radoja from Mexico had 1,411,018 chips, equal to 40.3 big blinds
- Jamil Wakil from Canada had 1,410,793 chips, equal to 40.3 big blinds
- Lev "LevMeAlone" Gottlieb from Mexico had 1,214,500 chips, equal to 34.7 big blinds
- Tyle "TheRayGuy" Cornell from Mexico had 836,197 chips, equal to 23.9 big blinds
- Patrick "chrisbenoit" Brooks from Mexico had 588,696 chips, equal to 16.8 big blinds
- Paulo "Agorist" Brombim from Brazil had 522,308 chips, equal to 15.8 big blinds
Andras Nemeth returned to action on June 14 from 7:00 p.m. BST, having 2,080,356 chips. They were enough to place him in the third position and offer him an amazing opportunity to win his third Super MILLION$ title this season.
The player has made 13 cashes in 36 tournaments, won two titles, and advanced to six final tables. Some poker diehards believed that he would win his third Super MILLION$ title soon.
Daniel "Tourmination" Petersen was the stack leader with 3,251,717 chips as Marcelo Asensio's chips were more than Nemeth's. The former had a huge stack lead and was likely to double his Super MILLION$ winnings this season if he won the tournament or finished second.
This was Asensio's first time to reach a Super MILLION$ final table. He would get the biggest score in the tournament as long as he wouldn't be the first player to get eliminated.
The Final Table Payouts
- 1st player – $295,534
- 2nd player – $230,800
- 3rd player – $180,245
- 4th player – $140,764
- 5th player – $109,930
- 6th player – $85,851
- 7th player – $67,046
- 8th player – 452,360
- 9th player – $40,891
Mark Radoja has advanced to the Super MILLION$ final table eight times, but he has never won the title. He returned to the tournament with 1,411,018 chips and was confident about winning it.
Jamil Wakil had almost the same chips that Radoja had. Yet, he doesn't have much experience in the tournament like Radoja.
Lev "LevMeAlone" Gottlieb lost last week's Super MILLION$ to Wiktor Malinowski and qualified for his second consecutive final table with 1,214,500 chips. Even so, its seat draw determined if he would make a comeback to get another victory.
Tyler "TheRayGuy" Cornell was seventh when the final table's action began. It was his sixth time reaching it this season, and he has won $1.18 million from it so far. The player has made 12 cashes in the past and had 836,197 chips.