There was an exciting event for poker fans to take in this week, as 137 of the best players in the world competed for the Super Million$ prize. However, there could only be one winner in the event, and the $344,407 jackpot prize fell to Blakjack19. The Cypriot was able to stand strong against the field of over 130 players to claim success in the $10,300 Super Million$ High Rollers.
He was able to claim success over Stephen Chidwick in the final stretch, with the Canadian player having to settle for second in the end. His performance was still rewarded with a sizeable prize fund, as he claimed $263,791 for his performance. Meanwhile, Dario Sammartino and V@der finished at the next two players in the rankings, with Sammartino claiming $202,045 for his performance, while V@der took home $154,752.
Viewers Tune In To Watch The Action
There were a huge number of fans that tuned in to watch the action, with live streams being found on the GGPoker official Twitch channel. The final day of action was streamed on the platform, with viewers also having professional insight throughout the final days play. Among the experts that were on hand to give their insight into the action were Randy Lew and Kevin van der Kooi. It certainly ensured that the viewers were engrossed with the action that was taking place on the final table.
Gr5vyB04t was the unfortunate player to miss out on the top table, and he finished in tenth spot. The Irishman still claimed $31,244 for his performance throughout the competition however. Rica Copag was the first player to fall on the final table, as the Brazilian finished in ninth and claimed $40,792 for his performance.
Canadian Niklas Astedt finished in eighth, while Winnerwsop claimed seventh. The two players took home $53,258 and $69,534 respectively for their performances in the event. Idris Ambraisse and Alex Foxen finished in sixth and fifth in the ratings, and they took home amounts of $90,785 and $118,529 respectively.
Exciting Poker Action Continues
There promises to be another weekend of enthralling action for players and fans to look forward to, with Rob Yong revealing on social media that there will be increased boosts on the events taking place during the Boosted Daily Legends this Sunday. All six of the events will now have bigger prize pots, with the Triple Barrell event now being worth $60,000 instead. Players will only have to reach the buy-in value of $33 to get involved.
Meanwhile, the Terminator and Headhunter events will also have increased prize pots, with the two events now having $40,000 and $20,000 prize pots respectively. Gladiator is over $100,000, while Predator will also be worth £100,000 now with a buy-in of $44. The cheapest buy-in will be for The Headhunter game, which will cost gamblers $5.50 to get involved, meanwhile The Terminator will have a buy-in of $11.