Chidwick Headlines Latest Super MILLION$ Final Table
The final Super MILLION$ of 2021 is at the final table stage after the 261 starters have been whittled down to the final nine on Day 1. Every of the nine finalists is assured to take property $63,611, but a single of them will stroll away with $508,891 and the title of Super MILLION$ champion.
Israel’s Ravid Garbi leads the final table players back into battle, but all eyes are on the man in second spot, the one and only Stephen Chidwick.
Super MILLION$ Season two Episode 24 Final Table
|three||Nenad “O O L” Djukic||Croatia||two,784,992||39.eight|
|4||Ognyan “fizoka” Dimov||Russia||two,676,968||38.2|
|five||Lukas “rustyhusky” Hafner||Austria||2,081,632||29.7|
|7||Joshua McCully||New Zealand||two,006,855||28.7|
Who will win this week’s Super MILLION$? Watch the final table action here!
Garbi sits down at the final table with 6,606,635 chips, the equivalent of 94.4 huge blinds. Garbi took full advantage of the in-built staking feature at GGPoker, promoting 50% of his action at 1. markup. Super MILLION$ normal Daniel Dvoress bought all 50% so receives half of any prize cash Garbi reels in.
The Israeli did not play a single Super MILLION$ during Season 1, but has played 13 such tournaments this season. This is his fifth money and very first final table.
Chidwick returns to the action armed with four,469,927 chips, or 63.9 huge blinds if you choose. The British superstar has only played 3 Super MILLION$ tournaments this season, and this is his first money. A second-spot finish in August is the deepest Chidwick has gone in this tournament. He won $263,791 that day, third-spot of greater tonight beats that prize.
Look out for Croatia’s Nenad “O O L” Djukic when play resumes at six:00 p.m. GMT on December 28 because he is looking to complete a hat-trick of firsts. This is his 1st-ever Super MILLION$, his 1st final table, will it also be his maiden victory? Djukic won the $400 COLOSSUS for $368,421, and is now assured at least his second-largest GGPoker score. Djukic’s war chest consists of two,784,992 chips, or 39.8 big blinds.
Returning in fourth location is Ognyan “fizoka” Dimov, who has reached back-to-back final tables. Dimov crashed out in fourth last week, a finish yielding $339,712. He’ll want to finish at least second to surpass that score, his 2,676,968 chips (38.two huge blinds) recommend Dimov will be there or thereabouts.
Super MILLION$ Season two Episode 24 Final Table Payouts
- 1st – $508,891
- 2nd – $392,409
- 3rd – $302,588
- 4th – $233,327
- 5th – $179,920
- 6th – $138,737
- 7th – $106,981
- 8th – $82,493
- 9th – $63,611
Austria’s Lukas “rustyhusky” Hafner is guaranteed a healthful return on investment in this event thanks to winning his way in by way of a $1,050 purchase-in satellite. This is only the fifth time Hafner has entered the Super MILLION$, but he now has two cashes and a pair of final table appearances. He completed eighth back on Halloween, his two,081,632 (29.7 big blind) stack suggests Hafner will go a small deeper this time around.
Appear down at sixth location when play resumes and you discover Isaac Haxton. He has been in excellent kind throughout the current Super MILLION$ season, cashing 11 occasions, and reaching six final tables from 22 entries. Haxton won this event for $393,262 for the duration of Season 1. He has lots of operate to do if he is to make it two victories simply because Haxton has 2,011,176 chips or 28.7 huge blinds at his disposal.
New Zealand’s Joshua McCully is yet another finalist who won their $ten,300 seat via a $1,050 satellite. This is the third final table of Season 2 that McCully has graced with his presence. Fifth location for $118,014 is the deepest the Kiwi has gone, can he turn his 2,006,855 chips (28 big blinds) into his initial outright victory?
These of you who regularly tune into the Super MILLION$ previews and final table recaps are utilised to seeing the name of Artur Martirosian in them. Nevertheless, Martirosian tends to attain the final table in a healthier position, but not this time. The Russian, who has more than $19.3 million in GGPoker winnings alone, finds himself in eighth spot courtesy of his 1,912,221 (27.3 huge blinds) stack. He is a rank outsider in the final table betting markets, but it would take a brave person to bet against Martirosian turning about his flagging fortunes tonight.
Gytis Lazauninkas needs seventh spot or larger to reel in his largest GGPoker haul. Lazaununkas took down a $525 Bounty Hunters tournament for $84,487. Finishing at least seventh signifies he will enjoy his very first six-figure score at GGPoker. His principal stumbling block is the reality he only has 1,311,383 chips, or 13.1 large blinds, when play gets underway. Even so, an early double puts him back into contention.