The 26th Super MILLION$ has reached its final table and it is, once again, ridiculously stacked with talent. Cards are back in the air from 6:00 p.m. GMT on December 8 and it is the Canadian superstar Timothy Adams who leads the way in what is his third Super MILLION$ final table appearance.
Super MILLION$ Final Table Chip Counts
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Adams sits down at the final table with more than 6.1 million chips, a stack of over 100 big blinds. It puts the super high roller specialist in pole position for his first Super MILLION$ victory. Adams has two previous final tables in this event. They ended in a fifth-place and sixth-place finish. It’s in Adams’ hands if he wants to bag the $315,158 top prize.
Alex Papazian is Adams’ nearest rival when the final table action commences. Papazian has two previous cashes in this event but neither saw him progress further than 19th place. The Romanian grinder has a couple of six-figure scores to his name, finishing sixth or higher will surpass those prizes.
Third place is currently occupied by one of a trio of Russians who have navigated their way into the limelight. This is the third time “MAMOHT_T” has played in a Super MILLION$ tournament but it’s the first time he’s cashed. That means it’s the Russian’s first final table appearance, will it end with a first victory too?
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The man known as “Graftekkel”, Jans Arends, returns in fourth place at what is his second final table from 22 attempts. Arends finished eighth in late September for $70,767, which makes up the bulk of the $145,638 he’s some from this particular event. Should he make it to fourth place or better once the dust settles, he’ll more than double that sum.
Fifth in chips at the restart is Seth Davies. This is Davies’ first Super MILLION$ final table appearance, with his previous best finish being in 14th place back in July. Davies has won $80,922 from his 20 Super MILLION$ appearances and will more than double that total if he finishes in seventh-place or higher today.
Occupying sixth place right now is the Team partypoker pro Anatoly Filatov. Filatov isn’t a regular in this event with only nine appearances from a possible 26, but this is his third cash and his first final table appearance. His stack only has 15 big blinds in it so he’s got his work cut out if he wants to emerge victoriously, but if anyone can do it Filatov can.
Filatov’s fellow Russian Artur Martirosian has an almost identical stack to Filatov. Martirosian has won this event previously, doing so in August for $442,184. He’s played all 26 Super MILLION$ so far, cashing in six and reaching four final tables. Don’t write off Martirosian’s chances despite him being short stacked.
Lithuania’s Laurynas Levinskas has a 6.5 big blind stack going into what is his second Super MILLION$ final table. His previous FT ended in a fifth-place finish worth $151,103. Repeating that feat is unlikely today, but he’s only a couple of double up from being right back in the thick of things.
Fabrice Touil is a Brazil-based Frenchman who won his seat in this event for $1,000 and is now guaranteed $58,779. That ninth-place prize is the most likely haul for Touil because he sits back down with 3.1 big blinds and needs Lady Luck to be on his side if he’s going to ladder up the payouts.
Super MILLION$ Final Table Payouts
Super MILLION$ Final Table Betting Odds
GGPoker and Poker Shares have come together to allow betting on the outcome of the final table. It’s unsurprising that Adams is the clear favorite before the first hands are dealt, but there is definitely value in backing some of the chasing pack.
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