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  1. GGPoker ambassador Anatoly Filatov entered the final table of the 51st edition of the GGPoker Super MILLION$ with the chip lead and left it with his first Super MILLION$ title and the $325,957 first-place prize. It was Filatov’s third trip to a Super MILLION$ final table in his 32 times playing the event and, in order to take it down, he was forced to face off against another line-up of high-caliber pros. The final nine included high-roller circuit regulars David Peters and Isaac Haxton as well as three players who were all returning to the final table for the second week in a row - Joakim
  2. When the final table of the GGPoker Super MILLION$ began on Tuesday, Bruno Volkmann sat seventh in chips, and Elio Fox had the shortest stack with just 8.5 big blinds. Over the three hours that followed, Fox eliminated six of his opponents and Volkmann eliminated another. And that's when then things got interesting. Fox's comeback started in earnest just 30 minutes after play began. With blinds of 25,000/50,000 (6,000 ante), Fox raised from UTG+1 to 120,000 with [poker card="ah"][poker card="ks"]. Zhuang Ruan made it 265,000 from middle position with [poker card="kc"][poker card="kh"] an
  3. The 330-event, $150 million guaranteed GGPoker Spring Festival wrapped up earlier this week and while there were 13 overlays, total prize pools soared past $175 million and five different players each walked away with a million-dollar score. Not surprisingly, the High buy-in category made up the bulk of the prize money. The 110 High buy-in events had $115,051,800 in prize money, for an average prize pool just north of $1 million each. Those events had a total of 44,677 entrants. The Medium buy-in events drew 157,691 total entrants and had prize pools totaling $44,558,725. Unsurprisingly, th
  4. The final Tuesday in the GGPoker Spring Festival was a big one with seven different players walking away with High buy-in level titles and the lion's share of more than $6 million in prize pools, but nobody shined brighter - and scored bigger - than Joakim Andersson. Sweden's Andersson showed no mercy as he topped the 1,089-entry field to win the GGPoker Spring Festival MILLION$ Main Event for $1,537,605.12. The $10,890,000 prize pool exceeded the $10 million guarantee and ensured that the eventual champion wasn't going to be the only newly-minted millionaire. Runner-up Julian Stuer ban
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