WPT Global $1 for $1 Million Winner Set For 10 Million Per Cent ROI!

WPT GLobal $1 for $1 Million

The final flight of the WPT Global $1 for $1 Million tournament is in the books and Day 2 numbers have been finalized.

In total, 6,684 players have made it through to Day 2 and are guaranteed a min-cash of $50 for getting this far. The action on Day 2 kicks off on Saturday, October 1 at 15:00 (UTC) and will play down to a final table of eight.

The players will return on Sunday, October 2 (Time TBA) to play down to a single player who is set to take home $100,000 as the winner of the $1 for $1 Million. Turning $1 into $100,000 constitutes a Return on Investment (ROI) of 10,000,000% — some result on one of the newest online poker sites around.

$1 for $1 Million Top 10 Day 2 Chip Counts

Leading the way is "cbplo" who is the only player with over one million in chips. They'll be the player to watch once cards get in the air on Day 2 — how far can the start-of-day chip leader go?

RankPlayerChip Count
10hi 出仠努努621,574

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WPT Global $1 for $1 Million Payouts

Everyone who makes it through to Day 2 is already in the money, guaranteed a min-cash of $50. As payouts progress, the top 64 players will all receive at least $1,000 — not bad from a $1 tournament!

Anyone making it to the final table of the tournament — which will be live-reported on PokerNews — is guaranteed $16,000 with full final table payouts available below:


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Will Shillibier is based in the United Kingdom. He graduated from the University of Kent in 2017 with a B.A. in German, and then studied for a NCTJ Diploma in Sports Journalism at Sportsbeat in Manchester. He previously worked as a freelance live reporter, and video presenter for the World Poker Tour.

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