It was a huge day of picking up massive cash prizes for ‘Ferrariman’ this past week, as he picked up a massive cash sum after a massive success in the GGPoker Super Million$ event.
The player entered the game via satellite, and played excellently well throughout the event to top a leaderboard that was full of esteemed poker stars. It was a huge victory for the player, as he managed to claim the win after seeing off 223 other players in a tight race for the top spot.
‘Ferrariman’ Wins Event
As we mentioned, it was a very competitive event throughout, but the eventual winner was the deserved one of the GGPoker Super Million$ event. The player from Austria was able to pick up returns of $452,885 for his excellent performance, which was nearly $100,000 more than any other player on the final leaderboard. ‘Ferrariman’ was able to see off Wiktor Malinowski in the final heads-up challenge, as the player from Macau was seen off in the closing stages. However, there wouldn’t have still been pride in his performance throughout the event, and he deservedly picked up his prize of $349,222 for finishing in second place on the leaderboard.
New Zealand player David Yan finished a place durther back in third position, which was an excellent performance for him. The Kiwi picked up returns of $269,287 for his performance in the event. Yuri Dzivielevski and Mikita Badziakouski rounded off the top five players on the leaderboard. The prior mentioned player managed to pick up $207,649 for his strong showing, while the latter star claimed returns of $160,119. Mikita put in an extra showing, as the player that is ranked at 14th on the all-time money list and first overall for Belarusian players played excellent well to fight back and claim that position in fifth overall.
Niklas Astedt Among Final Players
There was fierce competition for places in the final places on the leaderboard, with some of the most famous names in the game up for those positions. Sam Greenwood finished just outside the top five, as he settled for sixth place overall and $123,468 in prize money for the event. Meanwhile, Hungarian player ‘Syntropy’ finished in seventh spot on the final leaderboard, and picked up deserved returns of just under $100,000. The final two players on the leaderboard were Timothy Nuter and Niklas Astedt.
Nuter from the United States had picked up $97,130 in returns in live events before this competition, and sat in 22,066th in the all-time money list rankings. He fought back excellently in this event to claim eighth position, and he picked up $73,415 in returns from the event. Meanwhile, the final player on the leaderboard was the legendary Swedish player Astedt. He was the first player knocked out on the leaderboard, which meant that he was unable to rise up further in the all time Swedish money list. His place in ninth on the leaderboard in this Super Million$ event saw him walk away with $56,610.