Andreas "Duckzzz" Nasman Wins GGPoker Super MILLION$ ($335,624)

GGPoker Super MILLION$

Finnish pro Andreas "Duckzzz" Nasman sat down at the latest GGPoker Super MILLION$ final table with a substantial chip lead and in pole position for a $335,624 score. Less than three hours after the first cards landed on the table, Nasman had won all the chips in play and became the latest player to secure the prestigious Super MILLION$ title.

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1Andreas "Duckzzz" NasmanFinland$335,624
2Roman "RRomashka" EmelyanovRussia$265,955
3Juan Pardo DominguezAndorra$210,748
4Tyler "TheRayGuy" CornellMexico$167,001
5Sriharsha "Upswinger" DoddapaneniMexico$132,335
6Mark RadojaCanada$104,865
8Niklas AstedtNorway$65,847
9David YanNew Zealand$52,179

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New Zealand’s David Yan started the final table as the third shortest stack, but he was the first star out of the door. With blinds of 25,000/50,000/6,000a, Nasman opened to 100,000 from early position with pocket queens before calling when Yan three-bet shoved for 1,276,555 from the cutoff with pocket tens. An ace-high board did not come to Yan’s rescue, and he busted in ninth.

Eighth place went to Niklas Astedt, who is the only player to win the Super MILLION$ four times. Astedt was the shortest stack going into the final table, and could not rectify his situation. He busted when he three-bet all-in with ace-jack for 780,753 from the small blind after Mark Radoja had min-raised to 100,000 in early position with ace-king. Radoja called and spiked a king on the flop.

Blinds were 40,000/80,000/10,000a when China’s "MR-DL" busted. Nasman min-raised under the gun with pocket tens, Roman "RRomashka" Emelyanov called to his direct left with ace-jack, and MR-DL squeezed all-in for 1,033,462 from the big blind with ace-king. Nasman ripped it in, and Emelyanov folded. Nasman flopped a set and it was enough to reduce the player count by one.

Mark Radoja
Mark Radoja

Radoja’s run ended in a sixth-place finish worth $104,865, the tournament’s first six-figure prize. The two-time WSOP bracelet winner bowed out during the 50,000/100,000/12,500a level. Nasman open-shoved from the button for 20 big blinds effective, which folded out Emelyanov, but Radoja called off his 651,407 stack with ace-queen. Nasmas flipped over king-ten of hearts, which won courtesy of flopping two pair.

Sriharsha "Upswinger" Doddapaneni busted a couple of hands later after shoved for 5.5 big blinds with jack-four of diamonds from the small blind. Juan Pardo Dominguez called from the big blind with queen-nine. Doddapaneni flopped trip jacks, but Dominguez has a spade flush draw. The deuce of spades completed that flush, and Doddapaneni headed for the exits.

Tyler Cornell
Tyler Cornell

Recent $25,000 WSOP High Roller champion Tyler "TheRayGuy" Cornell was the next casualty. Nasman min-raised to 240,000 with ace-queen before calling the 2,061,474 shove from Cornell, which he made with king-queen. Cornell flopped an open-ended straight draw but ultimately missed.

That hand gave Namsan 11.5 million chips with only 17 million chips in play, meaning he had one hand on the title.

Victory came closer when Dominguez ran out of steam in third place. Dominguez found kings on the button and min-raised to 280,000. Nasman decided to jam all-in for 11,320,376 from the small blind with ace-nine offsuit, which folded out Emelyanov (holding ace-ten), but Dominguez snap-called. A cruel ace on the turn sent Dominguez home in third.

Nasman held a near seven-to-one lead over Emelyanov going into heads-up, and it did not take long for him to press home that advantage. Nasman moved all-in with king-six and Emelyanov called off his 12 big blinds with king-queen. The unstoppable Nasman flopped a six to win the Super MILLION$ event.

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