Super MILLION$ Main Event $10,300, $10M Gtd.
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Christian Jeppsson Bags Day 1d Chip Lead in the Super MILLION$ Main Event

Jaxon • Level 22: 8,000-16,000, 2,000 ante
Christian Jeppsson

The $30 million guaranteed Super MILLION$ Week is coming to a close at GGPoker but there is still more action ahead with Day 2 and the final table of the Super MILLION$ $10,300 Main Event still yet to come over the course of the next two days.

The Main Event will provide value for those that cash as the event attracted 976 entries to add $240,000 to the prize pool thanks to the massive $10 million guarantee.

A total of 121 players will return including 47 players from the Day 1d flight with 100 players guaranteed at least a min-cash of $31,012 with the eventual winner banking an impressive $1,242,332 top prize.

Second place will also walk away as a millionaire with a $1,000,991 runner-up prize with many other great prizes in between.

Recap of Day 1d

All of the opening flights featured 22 blind levels of 20-minutes each and Day 1d was no different. Christian Jeppsson, who had more than $1 million in tournament cashes at GGPoker alone, led the way among the 47 Day 1d survivors after bagging an impressive stack of 1,918,599.

Jeppsson, who was already near the top of the leaderboard, took the chip lead near the end of the day while also sending "pochi" to the rail after his ace-nine got there against his opponent's big slick.

Marcelo Asensio (1,681,740), Ludovic "Gr4vyB04t" Geilich {1,327,346), Krasimir Yankov (1,362,902), and Mark "Chasseneige" Demirjian (1,229,053) were closest on Jeppsson's tail at the end of the day.

Meanwhile, Kristen Bicknell will be able to celebrate tomorrow's International Women's Day at GGPoker thanks to bagging a healthy stack of 1,213,252 into tomorrow's Day 2.

GGPoker Ambassador Fedor Holz fired six bullets on Day 1d and the sixth one got him through to Day 2 with a stack of 432,818. Holz fared better than his two fellow GGPoker Ambassadors to get in on the action with Felipe Ramos hitting the rail near the end of the day and Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier ending his day before the end of late registration.

Fedor Holz
Fedor Holz advanced to Day 2

Top Ten Stacks of Day 1d

PlacePlayerCountryChipsDay 2 Big Blinds
1Christian JeppssonSweden1,918,59996
2Marcelo AsensioBrazil1,681,74084
3Ludovic "Gr4vyB04t" GeilichUnited Kingdom1,327,34666
4Krasimir YankovBulgaria1,326,90266
5Mark "Chasseneige" DemirjianLebanon1,229,05361
6Rodrigo "01123581321" SejiBrazil1,222,74461
7Kristen BicknellCanada1,213,25261
8Julien "GiuseppeL" PerouseFrance1,212,26161
9Lucas GreenwoodCanada1,143,29657
10Michael AddamoAustralia1,132,69657

Lache Leads Heading Into Day 2

Isaac Baron
Isaac Baron enters Day 2 in third place

Day 1d chip leader Christian Jeppsson (1,918,599) will head into Day 2 in sixth place while Day 1b chip leader Vlad-Stefan "HaiFanFan" Lache will kick off Day 2 in the captain's chair with a stack of 2,818,433.

Day 1a chip leader Luigi "shadinho94" Shehadeh (2,705,791) and Day 1c chip leader Isaac Baron (2,689,768) will enter just behind Lache with Artur Martirosian (2,056,261) and Thomas Muehloecker (1,943,839) also in the top five to start Day 2.

PlacePlayerCountryChipsDay 2 Big Blinds
1Vlad-Stefan "HaiFanFan" LacheRomania2,818,433141
2Luigi "shadinho94" ShehadehItaly2,705,791135
3Isaac BaronUnited States2,689,768134
4Artur MartirosianRussia2,056,261103
5Thomas MuehloeckerAustria1,943,83997
6Christian JeppssonSweden1,918,59996
7Alex FoxenUnited States1,810,13791
8Marcelo AsensioBrazil1,681,74084
9Pavlo VekslerUkraine1,617,52281
10Adrian MateosSpain1,563,60678

Day 2 Next

The 121 opening flight survivors will return to battle it out tomorrow, March 8 at 6 p.m. GMT (1 p.m.) for Day 2. The blind levels will be 20-minutes in length starting at Level 23 with blinds at 10,000/20,000/2,500a.

The action will play through the money and beyond with the day concluding only after a nine-max final table is reached

GGPoker Commentators Randy "nanonoko" Lew and Kevin "RotterdaM" van der Kooi will then host a live stream of the final table when it kicks off the following day on Tuesday, March 9 at 6 p.m. GMT (1 p.m. EST) at the GGPoker YouTube channel.

Of course, PokerNews will be back with you the rest of the way so stay tuned to see who wins the Super MILLION$ Main Event.

Super MILLION$ Main Event Payouts

PlacePrizePlacePrizePlacePrize
1$1,242,3328$299,36622-25$67,700
2$1,000,9919$244,81126-33$57,913
3$818,57610$126,42534-41$49,542
4$669,40311-13$108,14942-57$42,379
5$547,41414-17$92,51558-73$36,253
6$447,65718-21$79,14174-100$31,012
7$366,078    

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Tags: Artur MartirosianBertrand GrospellierChristian JeppssonFedor HolzFelipe RamosGGPokerIsaac BaronKrasimir YankovKristen BicknellLudovic GeilichLuigi ShehadehMarcelo AsensioMark DemirjiannanonokoRandy LewRotterdaMSuper MILLION$Super MILLION$ Main EventSuper MILLION$ WeekThomas MuehloeckerVlad Stefan Lache