GGPoker has set a new Super MILLION$ final table. It comprises nine talented players who defeated many opponents, and they will compete for $430,646 prize money. Each finalist's account will be credited a certain sum of money based on their finishing position.
Aliaksei Boika is currently leading after the cards were back in the air on 6:00 p.m. April 5. Even so, he is yet to be declared the champion as other skilled players are competing for the title.
This week's Super MILLION$ attracted 213 players. But, it is only 25 entrants who will share the $2,130,000 prize pool.
Felipe Ketzer, a Brazilian poker professional, was the bubble boy. He locked in $21,300 min-cash for the remaining players after he got eliminated. They included Adrian Mateos, Ole Schemion, Dylan Linde, Yuri Dzivielevski, and Ivan Luca.
Action at Super MILLION$ Season 2 Episode 37 Final Table
Boika has 4,915,703 chips as he returns to action, and they are equal to 98.3 big blinds. He hasn't won this event poker competition before despite advancing to five final tables in the past.
Even so, his winnings in the tournament will reach $1 million if he finishes among the top four players at this Super MILLION$ final table.
Joao Veira is second as the event restarts. He has 4,190,915 chips that are equal to 83.8 big blinds. This will be his ninth time to advance to the Super MILLION$ final table.
Still, it might be Veira's best opportunity to win the Super MILLION$ due to his healthy stack. Besides, he will have a lot of time to choose his position during the final table action.
Pablo Silva has returned to the Super MILLION$ after he finished second last week. He won $561,386 after losing a heads-up battle to Conor Beresford and missing the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Circuit ring.
Silva can win a huge cash prize this week. His total poker earnings will exceed $2 million if he finishes among the top four players. He currently has 3,940,428 chips that are equal to 78.8 big blinds.
The Final Table Payouts
The event's finalists will receive the following cash prizes:
- 1st player-$430,646
- 2nd player-$332,073
- 3rd player-$256,063
- 4th player-$197,452
- 5th player-$152,256
- 6th player-$117,405
- 7th player-$90,532
- 8th player-$69,809
- 9th player-$53,830
Roland "Gwriden" Rokita has 2,471,145 chips that are equal to 49.4 big blinds, and he is hoping to win the $430,646 top prize. He sold 75 percent of his action through GGPoker's staking software at 1.03 mark-up.
The player sold out fast and is likely to double his winnings if he finishes among the top five at Super MILLION$.
Niklas Astedt holds an incredible record so far as he strives to win his fifth Super MILLION$ title. He has competed in 79 similar events and won four of them after advancing to 17 final tables. Still, Artur Martirosian and Joakim Anderson have won more money than him.
Astedt and Michael Addamo are tying on five Super MILLION$ titles. The former has 2,062,634 chips that are equal to 41.3 big blinds.
"TTP_poker" returns for his second consecutive Super MILLION$ final table appearance. He won $257,396 after finishing fifth last week.
It was his first time to buy in the Super MILLION$. The player has 1,187,464 chips, an equivalent of 23.7 big blinds.