Bruno Volkmann PokerNews writes an article every year about the best poker players who are yet to win a World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet . The latest GGPoker Super MILLION$ final table lends itself to an article about the best poker players not heading to Las Vegas for the 2022 WSOP because it is crammed full of elite professionals.
Nine top-tier poker pros take to the GGPoker virtual felt from 7:00 p.m. BST on June 21 , and fight it out for a $245,554 top prize. Victory will not be easy because those nine stars have won more than hundreds of millions of dollars between them from the biggest live and online tournaments and cash games. GGPoker Super MILLION$ Final Table Chip Counts
1 Bruno Volkmann Brazil 2,894,414 96.5 2 Simon Mattsson Norway 2,156,774 71.9 3 Artur Martirosian Russia 1,493,390 49.8 4 Isaac Haxton Canada 1,337,984 44.6 5 Niklas Astedt Norway 1,043,324 34.8 6 Mark Radoja Mexico 786,038 26.2 7 Chunlei Zhou Hong Kong 663,248 22.1 8 Wiktor Malinowski Macau 561,816 18.7 9 Marco Steda Liechtenstein 363,012 12.1 The ball is in Bruno Volkmann ‘s court when play resumes because the Brazilian is the chip leader with a stack of 2,894,414 chips (96.5 big blinds). Volkmann has been on fire at GGPoker of late, and even managed to win the compact $25,500 Sunday Super HR on June 19 for $325,000. Simon Mattsson is the player nearest Volkmann in terms of chips courtesy of a 2,156,774 stack (71.9 big blinds). Mattsson already has a victory in the Super MILLION$ this season, which is one of the reasons why he is fourth in Season 2’s money listing with $2,149,573 in earnings from this event alone. Artur Martirosian is the biggest winner at GGPoker. The man at the top of those money listings is none other than Artur Martirosian , who triumphed in the Super MILLION$ four times during Season 2 and five times overall . The Russian returns to the action in third place with 1,493,390 chips (49.8 big blinds), and a realistic chance of winning his sixth Super MILLION$ title, […]
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