Following the conclusion of the record-breaking 2020 World Series of Poker Online (WSOP), GGPoker announced another massive tournament series, the Good Game Series of Poker (GGSOP), which runs until September 27. The latest series is currently the center of attraction at GGPoker, but a number of other value-packed tournaments are also running on the site, such as the MILLION$ weekly tournaments!
The GGPoker MILLION$ line-up is composed of four different weekly tournaments with a combined guaranteed prize pool of over $6 million. It caters to players of all levels, with buy-ins starting from as low as $75, all the way up to $10,000. Plenty of satellites are also running the entire week, so there is definitely no shortage of chances for players to win a share of massive prize pools on offer.
The lowest buy-in MILLION$ tournament is the Zodiac MILLION$ which comes with an entry fee of only ¥500 (or $75). The tournament features multiple Day 1s throughout the week, with the final battle taking place every Sunday. Players are allowed to enter in as many flights as they want, however they can only take their largest stack with them if they progress to Day 2 multiple times.
The Zodiac MILLION$ gives away ¥1,000,000 ($150,000) in guarantees every week. It is the biggest weekly tournament for players in the Asia-Pacific markets.
The Global MILLION$ is yet another interesting tournament that has a $100 entry fee and a massive $1 million prize pool. They can even qualify for less via satellites running throughout the week. Again, the tournament features several starting flights taking place at different times during the day. All Day 1s conclude at Level 15, with the surviving players returning on Sunday to play down to a winner.
The best time to take part in the tournament is this week, as GGPoker is upping the guarantee to $2 million, with the buy-in staying at $100. With the influx of players buying in, the tournament could end up awarding more than $2 million!
The MILLION$ lineup also offers something for high-stakes players. The High Roller MILLION$ offers $2 million in guarantees, for a buy-in of $500.
The latest edition of the tournament saw Douglas “SEPOLAGUOD” Lopes take home the biggest slice of the prize pool worth $256,974. He agreed to a three-handed deal with runner-up finisher Joaquin “Pukambi” Melogno who walked away with $246,093 in winnings, and third placer Thales “qwerqwerqwer” Koppe who earned $215,553.
If you want to compete with the world’s best poker players, you must consider taking part in the Super MILLION$. This tournament has an entry fee of $10,000, with $3 million in guaranteed prize money up for grabs. Unlike the other MILLION$ tournaments, Super MILLION$ features just one starting flight, and it takes place every Sunday at 7:00 pm. The good thing is, you are permitted to re-enter as many times as you wish until the 16th level.
Day 1 ends as soon as the nine-handed final table is reached. The remaining players will then resume the action the following Tuesday at 7:00pm, until a champion is crowned.
Super MILLION$ Previous Winners
Among recent winners in the weekly Super MILLION$ tournament are Isaac Baron ($636,168), Jon Van Fleet ($493,894), Vicent Ramon ($475,768), Artur Martirosian ($442,184), and Michael Addamo ($392,925). But the biggest victor so far has been Connor Drinan who walked away with $1,435,048 in top prize after taking down the WSOP edition of the Super MILLION$.
The latest edition of the tournament was won by Bruno Volkmann who ended up with a huge $564,947 payout after outclassing Jean-Pierre “Kunkuwap” Van Der Spuy during heads-up play. The runner-up finisher also enjoyed $419,880 in winnings.
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