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The latest GGPoker Super MILLION$ final table takes place today and there are legends of the felt in with a chance of winning the title.With a massive top prize of $448,842 on the table, it is the former WSOP bracelet winner Enrico Camosci who goes into the final with a lead, holding 4,798,699 chips (80 big blinds) but it’s a slim one and chasing him down are two of the biggest names at the felt in Swedish player Niklas Astedt (4,579,388, 76 big blinds) and Brazilian Rui Ferreira (3,435,920, 57 big blinds).Astedt in particular could hardly be more motivated to claim the top prize, with his eight appearances at Super MILLION$ final tables without winning a title a record that he’ll be anxious to eradicate. The Swede goes into play second in chips and just a three-bet off the lead.Camosci himself will be looking to add to what has already been a great year, with a 2020 World Series of Poker bracelet from the Online Series already winging its way to him. Behind Camosci, however, are some other big, big names. Two of the biggest will be four-time World Poker Tour Main Event winner Darren Elias (2,660,693, 44 big blinds), who comes into play fourth in chips, has the heart of a lion and is one of the most skilful poker players on the planet.Bert ‘girafganger7’ Stevens will also be a major threat, coming into the action with just ten big blinds as the short-stack and with nothing to fear. Stevens, just like Darren Elias, already has a Super MILLION$ title to his name and will be looking to head into the record books as the second person to be a two-timer when it comes to Super MILLION$ victories.With $448,842 on offer for the winner, whoever finishes in 9th place will only win $53,105, albeit a decent return on the $10,300 entry fee for the event. Plenty of those entries came by the way of the hourly $100 satellites than run round the clock on GGPoker.You can watch the latest GGPoker Super MILLION$ final table play out right here.GGPoker Super MILLION$ Final Table January 5th, 2021 Chipcounts:PositionPlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds1stEnrico CamosciTunisia4,798,699802ndNiklas AstedtSweden4,579,388763rdRui FerreiraPortugal3,435,920574thDarren EliasU.S.A.2,660,693445thAmi BarerCanada1,936,042326thSeth DaviesU.S.A.1,731,555297thAleks PonakovsLatvia1,581,768268thAdrian MateosSpain884,707159thBert StevensBelgium591,22810

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This week’s GGPoker Super MILLION$ final table had more big names at the virtual felt than perhaps ever before. At the end of the drama, one man stood alone as the winner, with Darren Elias winning his second Super MILLION$ title in stunning fashion.The $10,300-entry event always has a good turn-out, but this week’s Super MILLION$ saw a top prize of $448,842 on offer for the winner. Before play kicked off, the betting odds were put up on Poker Shares and quite against the likely probability of Elias taking it down going into play 4th in chips, the American attracted the least money from sportsbettors, despite having pre-final odds of 8.3.Play got underway with Seth Davies the 6th most fancied player, but he left three places earlier when he lost a big pot with pocket sixes against the pocket tens of Estonian player Aleks Ponakovs. With just a few big blinds left to his name, he was out shortly afterwards when his turned straight was outdrawn by Enrico Camosci’s set of tens that rivered a full house.It was the turn of Bert Stevens to depart next. Stevens was all-in for 13 big blinds with king-queen, but lost a race against Brazilian Rui Ferreira’s pocket jacks. Next to go was Estonian player Ponakovs, his king-seven of diamonds turning a king but losing to Camosci’s flush which came in on the same card.Next to go was one of the best players at the table, Spaniard Adrian Mateos. Mateos held pocket tens and was knocked out by Ferreira, who ad ace-king and the flopped ace was all he needed to reduce the field even further.While Ferreira won that pot, he couldn’t keep that trend up, seeing his stack dwindle until he had just four big blinds to his name. They went into the middle with jack-five and it was Niklas Astedt who called with ace-five, the Swedish player making full use of his dominating cards to eliminate the Brazilian.With just four left, Astedt must have thought that he had finally timed his run of luck perfectly in an event which in eight final tables, he had failed to win yet. Camosci, the overnight chip leader, was out in 4th place when queen-nine couldn’t miracle turn or river against Astedt’s set of fives, and even better news followed for both Astedt and eventual winner Elias when Ami Barer was busted with pocket sevens against ace-queen. Elias turned a queen and the battle went heads-up.Heads-up, Astedt was tantalisingly close to sealing the victory, holding 14.1 million hips to Elias’ 8 million. Elias quickly grinded into the lead, however, edging ahead with 12 million to 10 million ahead of the final hand. Astedt raised to 700,000 and Elias moved all-in, getting a quick call. Astedt had pocket queens, and Elias needed to hit with ace-seven. That happened in dramatic fashion when an ace on the turn followed by a brick river ended the tournament in Elias’s favour, to Max Pescatori’s glee.You can watch all the action for a dramatic final table right here.GGPoker Super MILLION$ Final Table January 5th, 2021 Results:Place Player Country Prize 1stDarren Elias U.S.A. $448,842 2ndNiklas Astedt Sweden $346,104 3rdAmi Barer Canada $266,833 4thEnrico Camosci Tunisia $205,795 5thRui Ferreira Brazil $158,689 6thAdrian Mateos Spain $122,366 7th Aleks Ponakovs Estonia $94,357 8thBert Stevens Belgium $72,759 9thSeth Davies Canada $56,105 

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