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Mikolatis Holds Huge Super MILLION$ Final Table Chip Lead


Dominykas Mikolatis goes into the latest GGPoker Super MILLION$ not only as the chip leader but as the chip leader by a considerable distance. The Poland-based Lithuanian sits down at the 32nd final table of Season 2 with 7,330,865 chips, or an incredible 146.6 big blinds, which is up there with the largest-ever final table stacks in this tournament.

Super MILLION$ Season 2 Episode 32 Final Table

Place Player Country Chips Big blinds
1 Dominykas Mikolaitis Poland 7,330,865 146.6
2 Manuel “OPPikachu” Fischer Austria 3,979,522 79.6
3 Andras Nemeth Hungary 2,851,049 57
4 Yuri Dzivielevski Brazil 2,191,188 43.8
5 Pandora-box China 2,124,218 42.5
6 Weiran Pu China 985,200 19.7
7 Dalton”morgota” Hobold Brazil 622,976 12.5
8 Stephen Chidwick Austria 597,366 11.9
9 Memukul Austria 517,616 10.4

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Mikolaitis is not well known in Super MILLION$ circles although he does have more than $56,000 in earnings from this $10,300 buy-in event. He is guaranteed to all but double his Super MILLION$ winnings even if the unthinkable happens and Mikolaitis is the first finalist out of the door because $53,578 is the least anyone can take home tonight. However, it is far more likely that Mikolaitis will walk away with the $428,624 top prize due to the sheer size of his stack and the gap between himself and the leading pack.

Manuel “OPPikachu” Fischer is Mikolaitis’ nearest rival in terms of chips; Fischer sits down with 3,979,522 chips, the equivalent of 79.6 big blinds. This is only the fifth time Fischer has entered the Super MILLION$ and this is both his first in-the-money finish and final table appearance. Fischer certainly knows his way around a GGPoker tournament table though as is evident by his $1,283,789 in earnings at the site.

Super MILLION$ Season 2 Episode 32 Final Table Payouts

  • 1st – $428,624
  • 2nd – $330,514
  • 3rd – $254,861
  • 4th – $196,525
  • 5th – $151,541
  • 6th – $116,854
  • 7th – $90,107
  • 8th – $69,482
  • 9th – $53,578

Residing in third place at the restart is one of the final table’s two former Super MILLION$ champion. Hungarian legend Andras Nemeth has won this tournament twice from the two final tables he has reached. His 2,851,049 chips (57 big blinds) give him a realistic chance of making that three victories from five final tables, although he has almost a third of the chips of the chip leader when play resumes.

Yuri Dzivielevski
Yuri Dzivielevski is hunting for his second Super MILLION$ title

Yuri Dzivielevski is the other former champion at this final table; the Brazilian won this tournament in March 2021 where he defeated Michael Addamo heads-up. Dzivielevski has almost $7.5 million in winnings at GGPoker with $1.8 million stemming from his Super MILLION$ cashes. The super-talented Brazilian returns to the action armed with 2,191,188 chips, or 43.8 big blinds.

Two Chinese players sit down at 6:00 p.m GMT in fifth and sixth place. “Pandora-box” is the better-known of the two courtesy of playing in 16 Super MILLION$ events during their career and reaching a brace of final tables. Weiran Pu is an unknown quantity going onto the final table’s action having never played in this tournament before and having only $8,284 in GGPoker winnings. These grinders take their seats behind stacks of 2,142,218 (2.5 big blinds) and 985,200 (19.7 big blinds) respectively.

The three shortest stacks at this week’s Super MILLION$ final table have plenty of work ahead of them because their combined stacks are only worth 34.8 big blinds.

Stephen Chidwick
Can Chidwick overcome the odds and win his first Super MILLION$

Dalton”morgota” Hobold returns in seventh place with 622,976 chips (12.5 big blinds) while Stephen Chidwick has 597,366 chips (11.9 big blinds) at his disposal. Chidwick has, surprisingly, never won this tournament; it would be a minor miracle if he changed that fact today.

“Memukul” is the tournament’s shortest stack right now with 517,616 chips (10.4 big blinds). Should Memukul managed to navigate their way to fourth place or better, they more than double their lifetime winnings at GGPoker.



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