The final table of the GGPoker Super MILLION$, a $10,300 buy-in weekly high roller event, is always an amazing spectacle for poker fans. Not only does it usually feature some of online poker’s greatest tournament players, but the prizes on offer are huge. This week’s finale, which shuffles up and deals at 6:00 p.m. GMT on November 15, could be extra special. As is usually the case, some incredible players are seated at the final table, but none of them are particularly short-stacked, meaning all nine hopefuls have a shot at the $327,250 top prize.
Day 1 of the Super MILLION$ saw the 161-strong crowd create a $1,610,000 prize pool that the top 20 finishers shared. Five-time champion Niklas Astedt burst the money bubble, a painful experience at the best of times, never mind when you have fired four $10,300 bullets.
The likes of Chris Klodnicki, Rodrigo Sirichuk, Linus Loeliger, and Andrii Novak cashed but failed to reach the nine-handed final table. Each of those finalists is now guaranteed to take home $46,750, but one of them will head into the night some $327,250 richer than they were at the start of this tournament.
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David Miscikowski won the Super MILLIONS during Season 1 back in November 2020 and finished third in December 2021 as Dario Sammartino walked away with a WSOP Circuit ring. The man from San Diego, playing out of Mexico, sits down at this final table in pole position, courtesy of his 3,250,167 stack, the equivalent of 81 big blinds.
Artur Martirosian is hot on Miscikowski’s heels with 2,859,569 chips (72 big blinds). Anyone who follows the Super MILLION$ regularly knows of Martirosian’s record in this event. The Russian superstar, who is the biggest tournament winner on GGPoker, has taken down the Super MILLION$ five times since its launch, tying him with Niklas Astedt and Michael Addamo. Martirosian last won this tournament in May 2022, so you could say he is overdue a victory.
Brazil’s Rodrigo Selouan is one of the most consistent performers in the Super MILLION$, frequently cashing like it is easy to do. Selouan scored his maiden victory in September 2022 when the tournament was part of the WSOP festival. Victory came with $499,143 that day, a serious boost to his bankroll. Selouan will fancy his chances of bagging a second win tonight, as he is armed with 1,992,273 chips (50 big blinds), enough for third place at the restart.
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Fourth place right now belongs to “Mr_Jiben” of Austria. Whenever you see an Austrian flag at the final table, you know the player is going to be skilful and relentlessly aggressive. PokerNews does not know too much about this mystery Austrian apart from the fact they are guaranteed to burst through $600,000 of GGPoker winnings even if they crash out in ninth place. However, that scenario is unlikely because Mr_Jiben returns to the virtual felt with a healthy 1,989,057 stack (50 big blinds).
David Peters has navigated his way to the final table with 1,555,698 chips (39 big blinds) and will be confident of becoming a Super MILLION$ champion for the first time. The tournament has not been kind to Peters, and a fifth-place finish is the deepest he has gone so far. His stack places him, ironically, fifth at the restart, and you can bet your bottom dollar that Peters will approach this finale fearlessly and with top spot as his only goal.
One place below Peters, you find the final table’s unknown quantity. “RetourAuLobby” needs a sixth-place finish or deeper to more than double his GGPoker earnings of $83,372. The Mexico-based grinder has 1,264,654 chips (32 big blinds) in his arsenal, which is enough firepower to worry most of the other finalists.
Finnish star Eelis Parssinen returns to the fray in seventh place with 1,164,970 chips (29 big blinds). Parssinen has reached four out of the last five Super MILLION$ final tables. He finished 16th, 11th, then third, so he is improving all the time. Is tonight the night the Flying Finn finally gets the Super MILLION$ monkey off his back?
Thomas Muehlocker has taken a seat at more than a dozen Super MILLION$ final table, but has only managed to come away with top honors once. The incredibly talented grinder won in November 2021, defeating Ottomar Ladva heads-up. Most poker players bemoan their luck when they bust from a tournament, but we challenge you to find anyone that has run worse than Muehloecker at the Super MILLION$ final table; the deck has been cruel to him. He sits behind 1,112,500 chips (28 big blinds), making Muehloecker the second-shortest stack.
Stephen Chidwick is the man bringing up the year, although his 911,112 (23 big blinds) stack is still playable. Chidwick came close to becoming a Super MILLION$ champion in October 2021 when he finished second to “blakjack19.” He then finished fourth he week after, but has not featured much during Season 2. Chidwick has plenty of ground to make up if he is to win this tournament today, but it is he that could do that if anyone can.