January 17, 2022
The Sunday tournaments at GGPoker threw up some huge results yet again, and both Jason Koon and Mikita Badziakouski were among the sit’s biggest winners.
Koon’s victory came in a relatively new addition to GGPoker’s Sunday schedule, the Sunday Million Super HR. This tournament comes with a bankroll-worrying $25,500 buy-in, but taking it down comes with a mid-six-figure score.
Christian Rudolph was this event’s bubble boy, falling in ninth place from a 62-strong field. Rudolph’s demise paved the way for the remaining eight players to scoop some prize money. “bill2021” got their hands on $67,828 when they busted in eighth, before Badziakouski fell in seventh and won $87,383.
Each of the final six players secured a six-figure payout. Andras Nemeth was the first of those six stars to receive a bumper payout, namely $112,576. “Machitos !!” of Cyprus and “Pandora-box” of China saw their tournaments end in fifth and fourth-place for prizes of $145,031 and $186,844, respectively.
There were no more eliminations because the final three playesr struck a deal for the rest of the prize pool, and what a final three they were. Daniel Dvoress officially finished in third for $290,466, Isaac Haxton collected $320,611 for his second-place finish, leaving Koon to bank a $339,257 first-place prize.
$25,500 Sunday Million Super HR Final Table Results
*reflects a three-handed deal
Badziakouski Reels in $124,284 Score in the Sunday High Roller Masters
Some 679 players bought into the $1,050 Sunday High Rollers Main Event and created a $679,000 prize pool. A certain Badziakouski, fresh from a final table appearance in the $25,500 Sunday Million Super HR, was the last man standing here. His reward? An impressive $124,284.
The nine-handed final table was a star-studded affair, as you would expect from a $1,050 buy-in tournament. Adrian Mateos burst the final table bubble with his tenth-place finish, leaving such luminaries as Claas Segebrecht, Andreas Nasman, Jamil Wakil, and Pascal Hartmann to cash, the latter walking away with $52,409 after falling in fourth-place.
Michel Dattani was the penultimate bust-out, the Maltese star got his hands on $69,889 after his demise in third. Dattani’s exit left “GiannisParios” one-on-one against Badziakouski. The former partypoker man got the job done, and was a worthy recipient of the $124,284 top prize. GiannisParios secured the $93,199 runner-up prize.
$1,050 Sunday High Rollers Main Event Final Table Results
Other Large Scores From GGPoker’s January 16 Tournaments
osbl – first-place in the $1,050 GGMasters High Rollers for $149,261
Vincent “PANDA_DRAGON” Lam – first-place in the $525 Bounty Hunters HR Main Event for $101,826*
Ognyan “fizoka” Dimov – first-place in the $5,250 Bounty Hunters Super High Roller for $93,773*
joyeux – first-place in the $5,250 Sunday Deepstack HR for $86,625
Roland “Gwriden” Rokita – first-place in the $150 GGMasters for $61,948
– first-place in the $888 Sunday Crazy Eights HR for $53,143
Audrii – first-place in the $300 GGMasters Bounty for $46,871*
Benelsnuts – first-place in the $250 Sunday Main Event for $36,372
Adrien Delmas – first-place in the $210 Bounty Hunters Sunday Special for $30,729*
Damian Salas – first-place in the $1,050 Sunday High Rollers Heater for $29,589*
Arsenii Karmatckii – first-place in the $525 Sunday Fifty Stack for $27,457*
Anton Wigg – first-place in the $1,050 High Rollers Sunday Cooldown for $17,087
*includes bounty payments