Live Updates February 28



Live Updates February 28
Day 1 Completed

partypoker Mega Satellite Winners on Day 2 MILLIONS Main Event


The following players all won their respective seats in one of the $530 Mega Satellites for the Main Event and can look forward to an incredible return on their investment already.

Martin Bremner is a recreational player at the Dusk Till Dawn Casino and has cashed this event spinning it up all the way from a $5 satellite.

Yurii Senchylo ua
Yurii Senchylo
ua 13,885,380 13,885,380
Manuel Fritz at
Manuel Fritz
at 10,993,061 10,993,061
Timothy Ulmer us
Timothy Ulmer
us 10,801,726 10,801,726
Ignacio Moron es
Ignacio Moron
es 10,030,461 10,030,461
Alan Ford GB
Alan Ford
GB 7,919,767 7,919,767
Robert White gb
Robert White
gb 7,261,212 7,261,212
Joseph Cheong us
Joseph Cheong
us 7,039,184 7,039,184
Felipe Ketzer br
Felipe Ketzer
br 7,035,035 7,035,035
Richard Mullen ca
Richard Mullen
ca 5,613,031 5,613,031
Sinead Priestley gb
Sinead Priestley
gb 4,884,444 4,884,444
Lawrence Leblanc ca
Lawrence Leblanc
ca 3,691,140 3,691,140
Zbigniew Gorzycki PL
Zbigniew Gorzycki
PL 3,079,746 3,079,746
Aki Virtanen fi
Aki Virtanen
fi 2,794,295 2,794,295
Christos Xanthopoulos gr
Christos Xanthopoulos
gr 2,318,156 2,318,156
Martin Bremner GB
Martin Bremner
GB 2,167,427 2,167,427
Jonathan Eger CA
Jonathan Eger
CA 2,016,021 2,016,021
Thomas Fyrqvist FI
Thomas Fyrqvist
FI 964,170 964,170

Jetten Claims Day 1b Chip Lead in the partypoker MILLIONS Online $5,300 Main Event

Peter Jetten
Peter Jetten

Day 1b of the 2021 partypoker MILLIONS Online Main Event has come to an end after more than nine hours of play. The second and last starting flight attracted 493 entries which can be added to the 591 entries which were collected on Day 1a to get to a total number of 1,084 buy-ins. The $5,000,000 guaranteed prize pool was easily surpassed as a total prize purse of $5,420,000 had been created.

Out of all the Day 1b entries, 74 players made it through to Day 2 with Canada's Peter Jetten leading the pack with 26,423,338. Jetten is followed in the counts by Aleksei Barkov (18,158,570), Pavel Veksler (15,854,702), Viktor Zsemlye (14,593,338), and Sosia Jiang (14,323,488). Other familiar names in the top ten include Christian Jeppsson, Christopher Brewer, and Brock Wilson.

2021 partypoker MILLIONS Online $5,300 Main Event Day 1b Top 10 Counts

RankPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Peter JettenCanada26,423,338189
2Aleksei BarkovRussia18,158,570130
3Pavel VekslerUkraine15,854,702113
4Viktor ZsemlyeAustria14,593,338104
5Sosia JiangNew Zealand14,323,488102
6Yurii SenchyloUkraine13,885,38099
7Christian JeppssonSweden13,652,91298
8Christopher BrewerUnited States13,584,45797
9Brock WilsonUnited States12,256,52088
10Andrei ChernokozRussia11,661,18183

partypoker Ambassadors Mikita Badziakouski (5,716,808) and Kristen Bicknell (2,461,804) have made it through to Day 2 while things didn't go well for Matt Staples, John Duthie, Isaac Haxton, Joao Simao, Joni Jouhikimainen, and Patrick Leonard won't be returning to try and win their share of the prize pool.

Mary Pudmoreff won her Main Event seat when she was selected by Kristen Bicknell on Twitter and even though she took out Timothy Adams and stayed alive a few times, her run came to an end when her stack went in on the turn with pocket kings. Unfortunately for her, Dean Arsenie had hit a set of tens to send the Canadian out of the tournament without cashing either.

When play resumes on Day 2, the level duration will be increased to 30 minutes each. The first level of the day features a small blind of 70,000, a big blind of 140,000, and a running ante of 17,500. Ten levels of play are on the menu before the remaining players will break for Day 3.

Make sure to return as PokerNews will be back on the live reporting pages to provide you will all the live updates as they happen.

MILLIONS Online Main Event Prize Pool Details

PlacePrize PlacePrize PlacePrize
1$892,275 10-11$54,542 72-87$13,931
2$614,523 12-15$43,335 88-103$12,872
3$422,422 16-23$35,084 104-119$12,131
4$276,128 24-31$27,724 120-135$11,490
5$189,320 32-39$22,796 136-151$10,912
6$146,300 40-55$18,818 152-160$10,695
7$115,425 56-71$15,864   

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Julien Sitbon Wins MILLIONS Online #16 Warm Up ($42,609 + $32,525)

Julien Sitbon
Julien Sitbon

After a heads-up battle of an hour and 45 minutes, Julien Sitbon has taken down the MILLIONS Online #16 Warm Up for $42,609 and $32,525 in bounties by defeating Matthew Eardley. The tournament attracted 92 entries to create a prize pool of $619,000 which easily surpassed the $500,000 which was guaranteed.

$1,050 MILLIONS Online #16 Warm Up High Roller Turbo Final Table Payouts

1Julien SitbonFrance$32,525$42,609
2Matthew EardleyUnited Kingdom$14,236$42,546
3Matias GabrenjaArgentina$11,508$28,390
4Vitalii PankovRussia$11,211$18,531
5Joseph LalorIreland$13,043$12,757
6Andres KornArgentina$7,742$9,881
7David ColemanUnited States$4,234$7,342
8Daniel SmythIreland$7,984$5,903
9Theo ArnoldiCanada$2,031$4,741

Mitchell Blanchard Wins MILLIONS Online #17 High Roller Turbo ($47,237)

MILLIONS Online #17 High Roller Turbo Final Table Results
MILLIONS Online #17 High Roller Turbo Final Table Results

A mere 5.5 hours were needed to get to a winner in the partypoker MILLIONS Online #17 High Roller Turbo which attracted 86 entries. In the end, it was Mitchell Blanchard who claimed the win for $47,237 by defeating Steve O'Dwyer heads-up with Luc Greenwood finishing on the podium too.

$2,100 MILLIONS Online #17 High Roller Turbo Final Table Payouts

1Mitchell BlanchardCanada$47,237
2Steve O'DwyerIreland$30,269
3Luc GreenwoodCanada$20,657
4Ivan ZuficCroatia$14,611
5Steven ClarkCanada$10,751
6Phillip MighallUnited Kingdowm$8,386
7Kevin MacDonaldCanada$6,912
8Arnaud EnselmeFrance$5,765

Andrii Novak Wins $2,600 The High Roller Big Game ($73,578*)

$2,600 The High Roller Big Game Final Table Results
$2,600 The High Roller Big Game Final Table Results

The $2,600 The High Roller Big Game has come to a conclusion a few minutes ago with Andrii Novak walking away with the title after having agreed upon a heads-up deal with Viktor Ustimov for $73,578. Ustimov laid claim to $71,892 ahead of his fellow Russians, Wiktor Malinowski, and Arseniy Malinov, who finished in third and fourth place.

The High Roller Big Game Final Table Payouts

1Andrii NovakUkraine$84,851*
2Viktor UstimovRussia$60,889*
3Wiktor MalinowskiRussia$44,340
4Arseniy MalinovRussia$31,854
5Joni JouhkimainenFinland$22,485
6Dario SammartinoItaly$17,801
7David ColemanUnited States$14,615
8Jason KoonUnited States$11,992
9Timothy AdamsCanada$9,931

*reflects a heads-up deal

Mary Pudmoreff's Run Comes To An End

Mary Pudmoreff
Mary Pudmoreff

Mary Pudmoreff, the winner of Kristen Bicknell's Main Event seat giveaway, has ran out of chips in the 12th level of the day. Holding {k-Hearts}{k-Diamonds}, Pudmoreff got it in on a {8-Diamonds}{2-Spades}{j-Clubs}{10-Diamonds} board with already a sizable pot brewing.

Unfortunately for her, Dean Arsenie had turned a set of tens with his {10-Spades}{10-Hearts} and after the {8-Clubs} river, Pudmoreff's Main Event dream was over in 215th place.

This is how Pudmoreff won her free seat

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partypoker Club Games
partypoker Club Games

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Late Reg in MILLIONS Main Event Closed, 493 Players on Day 1b


With late registration in the MILLIONS Main Event closed, a total of 493 players have showed up for Day 1B. Together with the 591 registered players on Day 1A, a total prize pool of $5,420,000 has been created.

The full payout of this event will be listed after the conclusion of Day 1B.