Enrico Camosci Holds Huge Super MILLION$ Chip Lead
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The second GGPoker Super MILLION$ tournament of Season 2 has reached the final table stage where one lucky player will walk away with almost $230,000. Enrico Camosci looks set to be that player right now because he enters the final table with almost twice as many chip as any of his eight opponents.
Super MILLION$ Season 2 Episode 2 Final Table
A field of 105 players bought into the latest GGPoker Super MILLION$, ensuring the $1 million guarantee was surpassed by $50,000. The top 15 finishers received a slice of the $1,050,000 prize pool, so spare a thought for Benjamin Rolle who crashed out in 16th place and earned the unwanted title of bubble boy.
Rolle's exit locked meant the likes of Andras Nemeth (14th - $17,499), Daniel Dvoress (12th - $19,618), and the Super MILLION$ all-time biggest winner Joakim Andersson (11th - $21,992) all saw a return on their $10,300 investments.
Everyone at the nine-handed final table is now guaranteed at least $31,570 for their efforts. However, finishing in the top four spots comes with a six-figure haul. The champion, whoever that may ultimately be, walks away with $228,170.
Super MILLION$ Final Table Payouts (June 29, 2021)
Enrico Camosci will fancy his chances of glory when the tournament resumes at 6:00 p.m. BST on June 29. Camosci sits down with 3,346,495 chips, which are the equivalent of 133.9 big blinds. His stack is so large that it is almost double that of his nearest opponent! This is Camosci's best chance to become the Super MILLION$ champion.
Hungary's David Szep is Camosci's nearest rival when the first cards are pitched at the final table. Szep returns to the action with an arsenal of 1,725,149 chips. This is the Hungarian's first-ever appearance in a Super MILLION$ event, imagine if he went on to take the tournament down.
Third place at the restart, with 1,217,393 chips, is Nicolo Molinelli, who is already guaranteed a substantial return on investment with him winning his $10,300 seat from a $525 satellite. Molinelli's only cash in this event before today was a 10th place finish in September 2020. He netted $145,736 that day courtesy of that Super MILLION$ being part of the GG Spring Festival. Molinelli is a WSOP Online bracelet winner, so he knows his way around a poker tournament table.
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Pascal Hartmann is one of three former Super MILLION$ champions to have navigated their way to the final table of this week's tournament. Hartmann was victorious in January 2021 and walked away with a colossal $454,908. he has won more than $1.3 million from this tournament alone, and will definitely be in the mix when the biggest prizes are awarded this week. Hartmann begins his quest for glory with 984,495 chips.
Marius Gierse could be the dark horse of this final table despite starting the evening with 943,190 chips, which are enough for fifth place. Gierse has more than $5 million in cashes at GGPoker, the largest of which tops the scaled at $467,388, his reward for a runner-up finish in this event in September 2020. Although the tournament is Camosci's to lose, Gierse's 10.9 (+990) final table betting odds look tempting.
Just below Gierse, with 898,754 chips in his stack, is the one and only Bert Stevens. The man affectionately known as "girafganger7" won this even in late September 2020 and scooped $393,262. He reached two Super MILLION$ final tables in January 2021, finishing fifth and eighth.
Russia's "AlexGLrus77" is another GGPoker player who put a satellite entry to good use. AlexGLrus77 won his $10,300 seat from a $1,050 satellite, and now has 627,464 chips and a shot at a career-best score. The Russian's 18th place finish in this event in November 2020 saw him awarded $65,715. A finish of sixth or better tonight would give AlexGLrus77 a new career highlight.
"judd trump" won the Super MILLION$ held a fortnight ago, and they find themselves in the mix for another title. The China-based grinder has a lot of work in front of them because they return to the fray with a 488,496 stack, or 19.5 big blinds. They were the surprise package in Season 1, cashing seven times, reaching three final tables, and taking down one event.
Bringing up the rear is the talented Austrian Thomas Muehloecker, who has reached four consecutive final tables, a new record for the Super MILION$. Muehloecker has never finished higher than sixth in this tournament, and needs to help from the deck if he is to climb the payout ladder today. He takes his seat with a short stack of 268,564 chips (10.7 big blinds), but knows one double-up puts him back in the thick of the action.