Matthias Eibinger Leads Star-Studded Super MILLION$ Final Table
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Matthias Eibinger is the man to catch going into the final table of the latest Super MILLION$ at GGPoker. The nine-handed final table is ridiculously stacked and you can watch all the action unfold before your very eyes via the official GGPoker Twitch channel.
Kevin “Rotterdam” van der Kooi and Randy “Nanonoko” Lew will be on hand to bring you expert analysis of the biggest online poker tournament of the week. Five players will walk away with six-figure prizes with the champion scooping a cool $317,740.
There’s still a lot of poker to be played, but the ball is firmly in Eibinger’s court.
Official Super MILLION$ Final Table Chip Counts
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Be sure to watch the final table live on Twitch!
Eibinger sits down with a tournament-leading stack of 4,682,658 chips, over 1.8 million chips more than his nearest rival. The co-founder of PokerCode has played in all the Super MILLION$ to date and has racked up five cashes; this is his fourth final table appearance.
A second-place finish in June 2020 netted Eibinger $300,041 with his third-place finish exactly a month ago netting him $312,065. Can he get the job done this time around?
Eibinger’s fellow Austrian “MrGambol” returns to the action with 2,804,492 chips and is guaranteed his largest GGPoker prize. Amazingly, this is MrGambol’s first Super MILLION$ appearance and it has resulted in a final table spot!
Back-to-Back Final Tables for Chidwick
Third-place when play resumes belongs to Stephen Chidwick. He is in incredible form having won the $525 buy-in High Roller MILLION$ for $232,843 while reaching this final table. Chidwick has 12 cashes in this event, three final table appearances, and was the runner-up in last week’s event. He collected $263,792 last week, only a victory on October 20 will see that impressive sum beaten.
Mexico’s “Nator” reached the final table of the Super MILLION$ on September 27 and has done it again this week. That previous finale ended in a third-place finish worth $228,917. The Mexican has 1,246,329 chips in their arsenal so the high roller regular is most certainly still in contention for glory. They have some work to do but if anyone can do this it is Nator.
From $100 to a Potential $317,740
All eyes are on Philippe DAuteuil when the cards are back in the air because his is a real rags to riches story. He Canadian has some superb live results, including a third-place finish at EPT London for $358,467, but has the chance to blow his best GGPoker score out of the water.
The former High Rollers Blade Prime champion won a $100 satellite into a $1,000 satellite. DAuteuil then banked a $10,300 seat to the Super MILLION$, his first-ever attempt at taking this event down, and he’s reached the final table. Seven of DAuteuil’s fellow GGPoker players are set for a windfall because he sold 50% of himself at 1.1 markup before the tournament started. His 1,064,610 chips are enough for fifth place at the restart.
Don’t write off the chances of Brazil’s Brunno Albuquerque despite him being in sixth place when play resumes. Albuquerque has now cashed twice in this event, although this is his first time under the spotlight at the final table. He won a Bounty Hunter Series event for $41,711 while playing the Super MILLION$ and will be railed on by a legion of spectators thanks to selling 30.8% of his action to 22 different GGPoker players.
Trio Of Stars Bringing Up The Rear
Regardless of where Ole Schemion finishes today, he’s guaranteed to take his GGPoker winnings past the $1 million barrier. The long time live crusher is a beast of a poker player but he’ll need all of his magic to turn his fortunes around in this event. Schemion returns with 893,269 chips, less than 18 big blinds, but knows he’s only one double-up away from being a major force again.
Only two other players have smaller stacks than Schemion, David Miscikowski is one of them. The Mexico-based WSOP bracelet winner has 811,422 chips, or 16.2 big blinds. This is Miscikowski’s second final table appearance in this tournament, the last won ended in seventh place for $75,823.
Bringing up the rear is Sean Winter who has 765,702 chips in his stack. Winter has more than $15 million in live cashes and almost $2.1 million won online at GGPoker alone. Winter’s best result in the Super MILLION$ came on September 27 when he finished fourth for $174,653. Can he best that impressive finish today?
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