Simon Mattsson Simon Mattsson ‘s decision to stay at home and grind high-stakes online poker tournaments instead of heading out to Las Vegas for the 2022 World Series of Poker seems to have been vindicated by him taking down the latest installment of the GGPoker Super MILLON$ .
Mattsson claimed his first Super MILLION$ title in March 2022, topping a 163-strong field and banking $331,315. He bested 112 opponents this time around and turned his $10,300 investment into $245,554. LUCKY DUCK POW POW LIONS ATLANTIS Season 2 Episode 46 Super MILLIONS Final Table Results
Death By Quads!
Five-time Super MILLIONS champion Niklas Astedt sat down at the staked final table fifth in chips yet he was the first player out of the door. Artur Martirosian , another player who has won this tournament five times, min-raised under the gun to 70,000 with pocket eights, and the action folded to Astedt in the cutoff and he three-bet all-in for 472,489 with ace-king of diamond. Martirosian called and flopped quad eights to send a disappointed Astedt out in ninth.
Wiktor Malinowski bowed out in eighth at the hands of Mark Radoja . A few hands earlier, Malinowski got tricky with pocket kings against Martirosian, who held ace-six, and lost all but four big blinds when that ace-six became trip aces. Malinowski doubled through Bruno Volkmann but his stack dwindled once more. Malinowski busted when he opened to 180,000 at the 20,000/40,000/5,000a level with jack-ten before calling off the 19,632 he had behind when Radoja shoved on the button. Radoja showed ace-jack. Volkmann Goes From Hero To Zero
Start of the day chip leader Volkmann was the next player to head for the showers. Mattsson min-raised with ace-jack to 80,000 in middle position, Volkmann jammed for 464,854 with ace-king on the button, only for Martirosian to wake up with pocket kings in the small blind; Martirosian mae it 880,000 to go. Mattsson ducked out, and Martirosian pulled in the pot courtesy of a nine-high board. BUFFALO BLITZ II THE LAST EMPRESS DANCING GOLD EPIC APE The final six became five when Hong Kong’s […]
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