PokerOK’s Mega Millions weekly series recently hosted a tournament prize of the same name The pool is $7,760,000. Ukraine’s Andriy Lyubovetskyi won the event uncontested, taking home $1,184,690.
Meanwhile, another regular Super Million$ starts in the poker lobby with the same $10,300 buy-in and no change in margin for Super Million$. $1,000,000. So far, the event has attracted 185 entrants, almost double the guaranteed number. The total prize pool for the tournament is $1,850,000.
The final table is now set, this time with another big name from Latvia.
We are talking about It’s poker player Aleksejs Ponjakovs, who is currently the chip leader with 3,891,020 chips. The Austrian poker player nicknamed “TouchSomeGrass” came in second with 3,126,840 chips (62.5 BB).
The final table also included last year’s Mega Millions runner-up, Brazilian player Pedro Garagnani, with 3,126,840 chips (62.5 BB). A stack of over 40 big blinds.
There are 20 poker players in the prize pool. Seven winners received a minimum prize of $24,560. The final table will start at 21:00 on Tuesday and will be available for all to watch on the PokerOK YouTube channel.