MILLIONS Online Mini Main Event

Lithuania has a MILLIONS Online champion after Gedimas Uselis triumphed in the $1,050 MILLIONS Online #25 Closer event.

Some 583 players bought in across a trio of starting flights, which ensured the $500,000 guarantee was surpassed by $83,000. Half of the $583,000 pot went on the heads of each entrant, with top 87 finishers sharing the remaining 50%.

Each of the seven partypoker players who reached the final table did so having locked up a five-figure prize when bounties were included. Stewart Kirby of the United Kingdom busted his seventh-place, the first elimination of the final table, and collected $10,703.

Stoyan Kitanov ($16,025), Harald Sammer ($18,027), and Audrius Staekelis ($20,0213) were the next players to head for the exits. Third-place and a combined $33,391 went to the Swedish superstar Simon Mattsson, whose exit left Luan Barbosa and Uselis heads-up for the title.

Both players secured more than $40,000 from the main prize pool but there was the not-so-small matter of the final bounty payments to decide. Uselis defeated Barbosa and saw his $40,199 main prize pool prize boosted by an incredible $58,410 worth of bounties. Barbosa’s second-place finish saw him reel in a $54,496 total prize.

MILLIONS Online #25 Closer Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize Bounties Total prize
1 Gedimas Uselis Lithuania $40,199 $58,410 $98,609
2 Luan Barbosa Brazil $40,141 $14,355 $54,496
3 Simon Mattsson Sweden $27,298 $6,093 $33,391
4 Audrius Stakelis Lithuania $18,151 $2,062 $20,213
5 Harald Sammer Austria $12,199 $5,828 $18,027
6 Stoyan Kitanov Bulgaria $9,400 $6,625 $16,025
7 Stewart Kirby United Kingdom $6,672 $4,031 $10,703

Kolinkovskiy Denies Schemion High Roller Turbo Title

Ole Schemion

Ole Schemion had to make do with second-place this time around

Pavlo Kolinkovskyi came out on top of a star-studded field in the $5,200 High Roller Turbo and secured a $74,502 payout.

Only nine of the 42 entrants received a slice of the $230,000 prize pool, Sam Greenwood being the unfortunate soul who burst the money bubble. Arseniy Malinov and Niklas Astedt both banked $10,005; Astedt’s exit set the final table.

Marius Gierse was the first finalist to dust off their stack. Recent PLO High Roller champion Eelis Parssinen followed Gierse to the sidelines. High roller guru Timothy Adams fell in fifth for $15,318 before Joakim Andersson and Jon Van Fleet busted and left Kolinkovskyi and Ole Schemion heads-up.

Schemion rarely loses once he’s one-on-one with an opponent but this was one of those rare times. Schemion had to make do with the $45,757 runner-up prize, leaving Kolinkovskyi to walk away the victor with $74,502 reasons to be delighted.

MILLIONS Online #27 High Roller Turbo Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1 Pavlo Kolinkovskyi Ukraine $74,502
2 Ole Schemion Austria $45,757
3 Jon Van Fleet Canada $29,841
4 Joakim Andersson Malta $20,690
5 Timothy Adams Canada $15,318
6 Eelis Parssinen Finland $12,834
7 Marius Gierse Austria $11,045

Juan Pardo Dominguez Leads $10K High Roller

Juan Pardo Dominguez

Juan Pardo Dominguez

Only 20 of the 116 starters in the $10,300 High Roller remain in contention for what is a $273,678 score. Juan Pardo Dominguez has the most chip of those 20 players, the UK-based Spaniard’s stack contains 14,428,654 chips.

Two other players return to the action at 19:05 GMT on March 8 armed with eight-figure stacks. New Zealand’s David Yan (11,048,887), and Daniel Dvoress (10,082,082) being that pair.

The rest of the field reads like a who’s who of the poker world, as you would expect from such a prestigious tournament.

Christian Rudolph and Samuel Vousen have top-five stack while Team partypoker’s Mikita Badziakouski has enough chips for sixth-place at the restart. Other superstars to look out for include Nick Petrangelo, Juha Helppi, Justin Bonomo, Elio Fox, and short stack Alexandros Kolonias.

MILLIONS Online #26 High Roller Top 10 Chip Counts

Place Player Country Chips
1 Juan Pardo Dominguez United Kingdom 14,428,654
2 David Yan New Zealand 11,048,887
3 Daniel Dvoress Canada 10,082,082
4 Christian Rudolph Austria 8,432,027
5 Samuel Vousden Finland 8,337,050
6 Mikita Badziakouski Slovenia 8,072,148
7 Christoph Vogelsang United Kingdom 7,762,644
8 Nick Petrangelo Canada 6,803,680
9 Ivan Zufic Croatia 6,667,591
10 Juha Helppi Finland 6,330,340

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