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Viktor Blom Headlines partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Germany Final Day

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After ten levels of play, thirteen players have made it through to Day 4 of the partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Germany €5,300 Main Event. 91 players started the day at noon for Day 3 at the King’s Casino in Rozvadov. The bust outs came in fast during the first levels of the day but at the end of the day, Ondrej Drozd took the chip lead into the final day.

Drozd claimed the honor with 219,400,000 in chips after eliminating Andreas Walnum in a huge pot where Drozd shoved all in with queen-ten offsuit into the ace-king suited of Walnum. The pot was worth about 160 million, and when the ten hit on the river, Drozd suddenly ended up with almost 200 million chips. Shortly after, he eliminated Ivo Donev in 15th place with ace-king against ace-seven.

Second in the counts is Swedish superstar Viktor Blom with 118,700,000 in chips. "Isildur1" had a pretty good run in the last few levels of the day when he eliminated Robert Kokoska, Vlado Banicevic, Rostislav Stejskal, Philipp Gruissem, and Stefan Lehner.

Third on the podium is Radoslaw Wesierski with 93,900,000 in chips. He lost a big hand when he just got moved to the feature table where he had to pay Yiannis Liperis a double-up for around 38 million.

An honorable mention needs to go to partypoker Ambassador Joao Simao (76,500,000) from Brazil. He already had a great week here in the Czech Republic after reaching two final tables in the €25,000 Super High Rollers, finishing in second and fourth place. After missing out on winning those events, he'll be extra driven to take this one home.

Another mention needs to go to Gianluca Speranza (88,200,000) who seems to do well here in Rozvadov. Only a few months ago he finished as the runner-up in the 2017 World Series of Poker Europe Main Event, now he's part of the final thirteen in the record-breaking partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Germany Main Event.

Adrian Mateos takes 12 big blinds with him into tomorrow and has some work to do. This is also the case for Neil Ryder, although he's sitting a bit more comfortable with 22 big blinds.

Players like Jan Mach, Ludovic Geilich, Vladimir Burstein, Felipe Ramos, Niall Farrell, Jason Wheeler, partypoker Ambassador Patrick Leonard, partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Nottingham champion Maria Lampropulos, Martin Staszko, and partypoker Team online’s Josip Simunic all failed to survive Day 3.

Final Day Seat Draw

TableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1531Niko WielandGermany90,900,00057
1532Radoslaw WesierskiPoland93,900,00059
1533Ondrej DrozdCzech Republic219,400,000137
1535Yiannis LiperisUnited Kingdom49,100,00031
1536Aristeidis MoschonasGreece49,900,00031
1537Adrian MateosSpain19,000,00012
      
1542Rickie SilcockUnited Kingdom62,600,00039
1543Neil RyderUnited Kingdom22,100,00014
1544Viktor BlomSweden118,700,00074
1545Yoann Vu-VanFrance46,800,00029
1546Gianluca SperanzaItaly88,200,00055
1547Pavel PlesuvMoldova74,800,00047
1548Joao SimaoBrazil76,500,00048

The thirteen players are guaranteed to take at least €35,000 home with them and will continue playing in Level 31 with a small blind of 800,000, big blind of 1,600,000, and a button ante of 1,600,000. The live stream feature table with hole cards will be broadcasted on the partypokertv Twitch channel with a security delay of 30 minutes, and the PokerNews team will bring you all the action from the tables until a winner is crowned.

PositionPayout
1€1,000,000
2€600,000
3€400,000
4€280,000
5€200,000
6€140,000
7€100,000
8€70,000
9€50,000
10 - 12€40,000
13€35,000

Follow along all day with partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Germany €5,300 Main Event live updates in the PokerNews Live Reporting section.

Ondrej Drozd
Chipleader Ondrej Drozd

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