Volkmann leads star host in GGPoker Super MILLION$

Bruno Volkman

PokerNews writes each year an article on the best poker players who have not yet won a World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet. The last GGPoker The Super MILLION$ final table lends itself to an article on the best poker players who won’t be heading to Las Vegas for the 2022 WSOP because it’s packed with elite professionals.

Nine top poker pros take advantage of GGPoker’s virtual felt 7:00 p.m. BST on June 21, and battle it out for a top prize of $245,554. Victory won’t be easy as these nine stars have between them won over hundreds of millions of dollars in the biggest tournaments and cash games live and online.

GGPoker Super MILLION$ Final Table Chip Count

Square Player Country Fleas big blinds
1 Bruno Volkman Brazil 2,894,414 96.5
2 Simon Matson Norway 2,156,774 71.9
3 Arthur 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 Marc Radoja Mexico 786,038 26.2
seven Chunlei Zhou hong kong 663,248 22.1
8 Wiktor Malinowski Macau 561,816 18.7
9 Marco Steda Liechtenstein 363,012 12.1

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The ball is in Bruno Volkman‘s short 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 lately and even managed to win the Sunday $25,500 Super HR compact on June 19 for $325,000.

Simon Matson is the closest player to Volkmann in chips thanks to a stack of 2,156,774 (71.9 big blinds). Mattsson already has a Super MILLION$ win this season, which is one of the reasons why he is fourth on the Season 2 earning list with $2,149,573 in earnings from this event alone.

Arthur Martirosian
Artur Martirosian is GGPoker’s biggest winner.

The man at the top of these money lists is none other than Arthur Martirosian, who won the Super MILLION$ four times in Season 2 and five times overall. The Russian returns to action in third place with 1,493,390 chips (49.8 big blinds) and a realistic chance of winning his sixth Super MILLION$ title, which will be a new record. Martirosian is in fine form, having won Sunday’s $1,050 High Rollers Main Event a few days ago for $91,419.

GGPoker Super MILLION$ Final Table Payouts

  • 1st – $245,554
  • 2nd – $191,767
  • 3rd – $149,762
  • 4th – $116,958
  • 5th – $91,339
  • 6th – $71,332
  • 7th – $55,707
  • 8th – $43,505
  • 9th – $33,975
Niklas Astedt
Niklas Astedt is in search of his sixth Super MILLION$ title

Just below Martirosian are the legendary figures of Isaac Haxton and Niklas Astedt. Haxton, three-time Super MILLION$ champion, has a stack of 1,337,984 (44.6 big blinds), while five-time Super MILLION$ champion Astedt sits down armed with 1,043,324 chips (34.8).

Everyone below Astedt has less than a million chips, but they’re far from broke thanks to GGPoker rolling back the blind levels to ensure players have plenty of room to maneuver at the final table. .

Marc Radoja hopes this is the day he finally wins the Super MILLION$. If he wants to win, he needs to improve his stack to 786,038 (26.2 big blinds), which is not beyond a player of his obvious talents.

Chunlei Zhou, Wiktor Malinowskiand Marco Streda are the three shortest stacks when the cards come up. The latter has a war chest of just 363,012 betting chips (12.1 big blinds), which is enough to dent the stacks of many of his opponents.