Bruno Volkmann Gunning For Second Super MILLION$ Title
The latest final GGPoker Super MILLION$ final table is set and it is Bruno Volkmann who sits down at it in the envious position of chip leader.
Super MILLION$ Final Table Chip Counts
Volkmann has won this tournament before, taking down the September 22 edition for $564,947. Winning this evening’s Super MILLION$ will not yield as much prize money, but he would still walk away with $412,449.
At least 10 people are hoping Volkmann gets the job done and bags his second Super MILLION$ title. That is because the Brazilian sold 31.1% of his action to 10 investors ar 1.07 markup via the in-built staking software. No pressure!
Canada’s “Beast2018!” is Volkmann’s nearest rival in terms of chips, albeit 1.24 million chips behind. Beast2018 is guaranteed their biggest Super MILLION$ haul in what is their third cash and first final table appearance from 27 entries. A 10th place finish in August 2020 netted Beast2018! $35,614, they are now guaranteed at least $51,556.
“Nator” is the player returning to the action in third place. The Mexico-based grinder has reached three final tables previous but has never managed to finish higher than third place. They have a legitimate shot at gory this evening, do not bet against them.
Another former champion has navigated his way to this final table, namely Isaac Baron. Baron won this event in September 2020 and walked away with a colossal payout weighing in at $636,139. His other final table appearance came in January 2021 and ended in a sixth-place finish worth $124,020. Finishing eighth or better today would see Baron’s Super MILLION$ cashes exceed $1 million.
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The Super MILLION$ final table would not be complete with a Russian star being seated at it. Gleb Tremzin is Russia’s sole representative today. Tremzin is not a Super MILLION$ regular having played only eight events prior to this one. One of those entries turned into an eighth-place finish worth $71,121, finishing sixth here would blow that prize out of the water.
Sixth place at the restart belongs to the current World Series of Poker Main Event champion Damien Salas. The Argentinian is likely to receive plenty of final table bets because he looks decent value at around 7-to-1. Salas reached a Super MILLION$ final table on Valentine’s Day where he finished second for $314,924. He will be hoping to go one place deeper this time around.
Japan’s “25th Baam” is relatively new to GGPoker and is the first-ever Japanese finalist in the Super MILLION$. They sit down in seventh place but their stack is worth more than 34 big blinds, meaning they have plenty of room for manoeuvrer.
“7ingls7” is the player sitting down at the final table in eighth place. The Estonian is guaranteed a substantial ROI having won their seat via a $1,050 satellite. This is the fourth time 7ingles7 has played in a SUPER MILLION$ tournament, but this represents their first in the money finish.
Pablo Silva brings up the rear with his 12 big blind stack. Silva wishes he was in his fellow countryman Volkmann’s shoes but he is not out of this tournament just yet. Sure, Silva has plenty of work ahead of him, but is talented and experienced enough to realise he is one double away from being back in the thick of the action.
Super MILLION$ Final Table Payouts