Wiktor Malinowski is undoubtedly known for his high stakes cash games but during the latest GGPoker Super MILLION$ he showed the world that he can outshine in the tournament arena too. Malinowski nearly added a whopping $4,00,000 to his bankroll.
The first hour of the play saw no eliminations. Later, the first one to leave the table was China’s ‘judd trump’, who walked away with $61,387. The next to get eliminated was two-time former Super MILLION$ champion, Luke Revees. When he crashed, he was down to less than three big blinds. He won $77,468.
The seventh place was claimed by Brazil’s Dzivielevski. His straight ran into the full house of David Peters. He won the last five-figure prize of the evening taking away $97,761 in prize money.
The top six players all took home six-figure deals. The lowest was taken by David Peters. The Canadian had to exit with $1,23,370 when Malinowski pulled out an ace-king for Peter’s pocket tens. The next player heading to the showers was Guillaume Nolet, who again got busted at the hands of Malinowski taking home $1,55,688.
After the five eliminations, Malinowski alone held 1,34,78,917 chips to himself, while the three other finalists held only 49,21,083 chips collectively. Ami Barer exited next with $1,96,472. Aleks Ponakovs was the next to leave the table when his queens fell out against Malinowski’s Ace-Jack. He walked away with $2,47,939.
The top two fought hard for the winner’s spot going head-to-head for the next one hour. With the blinds set at 1,50,000/3,00,000/35,000, Malinowski went all-in with an Ace-Queen. Dario Sammartino called off with Ace-Eight of clubs, The five community cards gave Malinowski a straight and Austrias Sammartino had to bag the runner-up spot with $3,12,889. Malinowski emerged victorious at the end of the tournament winning $3,94,852.
Amarylisa Gonsalves is a Content Writer at Gutshot Magazine. Advancing from a marketing background, she found her calling in writing. She takes delight in exploring genres and is a curious learner. Patient and ambivert, she believes in letting her work speak for itself. Apart from content writing, she finds solace in writing poetry by manifesting herself through words. Additionally, she adores indulging in drawing and DIY crafts.
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