Big names in the Super MILLION$ final

Tournament numbers

The first regular Super MILLION$ $10,300 after Super MILLION$ week saw 128 entries for a prize pool of $1,280,000 and 15 paying seats.

Austria’s Thomas Mühlöcker had to settle for 14th place for $21,333, while Germany’s Benjamin Rolle reached the final table on the bubble in tenth place for $30,055 in prize money.

The nine finalists took home $38,486, with a prize of $278,150 awaiting the next winner.

The Chip Chief

Rayan Chamas aka Sneaky Beriuzy – 4,063,745 tokens (116.1 BB)

GGPoker Ambassador Ryan Chamas of Canada will start the final table as the leader. The Twitch streamer had a sensational performance at last year’s World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) winning three $2,100 NLHE events for a total of over $200,000 in prize money. He last made the Super MILLION$ final table in mid-October, finishing fifth for $128,298.

The hunter

Bryn Kenney – 2,806,668 (80.2)

Beriuzy’s closest pursuer is none other than current No. 2 on the All Time Money list, Bryn Kenney. The American earned around $30 million live in 2019 alone out of a total of over $57 million in tournament prize money. Last year, Kenney unwittingly made headlines away from the poker tables. He was accused of recruiting a group of players and collaborating with this group in online tournaments. Ultimately, however, there was no solid evidence for this procedure. At the end of July 2022, he narrowly missed out on the Super MILLION$, having to admit a one-on-one defeat with Austrian Sebastian Gähl.

The rest of the line

Ravid Garbi—1,547,283 (44.2)

Ravid Garbi has had great success at GGPoker. Among other things, the pro from Israel won a bracelet at the GGPoker WSOP Online in 2020 and the $25,000 Super High Roller of the Week Super MILLION$ in 2022. His last top at the Super MILLION$ High Rollers was fourth place end of November 2022 when Oliver Weis of Germany wins.

Arseny Malinov – 1,542,945 (44.1)

Arseni Malinov of Russia won the Super MILLIONS in March 2021. In July 2022, he narrowly missed out on his second win as runner-up behind Andreas Nasman of Finland.

Pavel Plesuv aka EzzzGame – 868,558 (24.8)

Pavel Plesuv is Moldova’s most successful poker player and recently confirmed it by finishing second for 887,777 in prize money in the $1,700 Main Event of the GGPoker WSOP Winter Circuit Festival. At the Super MILLION$ he took a good third place at the end of November.

Jason Koon—626,635 (17.9)

We’ve written about GGPoker Ambassador Jason Koon several times over the past few weeks. Live, the American has raked in over $8.3 million in tournament prize money in 2022 alone, which propelled him to sixth place on the all-time earnings list with over $42 million. of dollars. In December 2022 in Las Vegas, he won the PGT Championship for $500,000 and the poker show High Stakes Duel against Phil Hellmuth for $1.6 million.

C3H5N3O6 – 550,324 (15.7)

The big unknown at the final table is C3H5N3O6. Unfortunately, nothing is known about the Austria-based player.

Pablo Silva – 477,000 (13.6)

Brazilian Pablo has won the Super MILLION$ twice, most recently on December 27, 2022 ahead of Latvian Aleks Ponakovs.

Alex Kulev – 316,842 (9.1)

Bulgarian Alex Kulev, based in Ireland, is also a Super MILLION$ champion, and not too long ago either. In early November, he beat Pablo Silva, among others, to fourth place and won the highest prize of his career with $538,138.

As usual, the final table is visible Tuesday from 7 p.m. YouTube channel GGPoker.

Ash Larson

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