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Benjamin Rolle is hunting for a second Super Millions title

The final table of the weekly Super Millions tournament is a bunch of star players who have won the event more than once. This time, as many as five champions made it to the finals, and each of them wants to get the grand prize in the amount of 357,739 USD. The closest to the title is now the German Benjamin Rolle, who collected a stack of 3,949,923 chips. Benjamin Rolle is hunting for a second Super Millions title.

Benjamin Rolle is hunting for a second Super Millions title 1

Only 9 players out of 176 remained in the fight for the title. At the same time, each of them will receive at least 51,105 USD. The total prize fund is 1,760,000 USD. Chipleader Rolle won his first title a year and a half ago and then earned 424,580 USD. The German managed to win even though he was the penultimate in the chip count before the start of the final table. However, now the talented poker player is in first place in the table and has a good chance of becoming a two-time champion.

  1. Benjamin Rolle — 3,949,923 chips
  2. Pablo Silva — 3,398,441 chips
  3. Thomas Muehloecker — 3,368,676 chips
  4. Ole Schemion — 1 816 978 chips
  5. Kevin Paque — 1,585,727 chips
  6. Mark Radoja — 1,014,194 chips
  7. Deividas Daubaris — 970,665 chips
  8. Pete Chen — 905948 chips
  9. Niklas Astedt — 589,448 chips

Pablo Silva, who won this tournament exactly two months ago, can prevent the German from winning the title. Then he managed to beat Nick Maimone in the heads-up and earn 260,765 USD. Now Silva has 3,398,441 chips, which is equivalent to 85 BB. Quite a bit behind Silva is another former champion Thomas Muehloecker, who collected 3,368,676 chips (84 big blinds). Muehloecker is a regular at the final table of this event. It is the 13th time he has reached the finals, and only 6 players are ahead of him in this indicator. Despite the large number of games in the finals, Muehloecker has only one title, won in December 2021.

Niklas Astedt closes the table

Two-time tournament champion Ole Schemion ranks fifth in the number of prizes won in Super Millions. Only Artur Martirosian, Niklas Astedt, Joakim Andersson and Michael Addamo managed to earn more money. Schemion won the last victory in May of this year. Now the player is in the middle of a chip count with 45 big blinds (1,816,978 chips).

In fifth place is the Dutchman Kevin Paque, who is not a frequent participant of the event. Paque is best known for his victories in live poker. He won the Master Classics of Poker 2019 series, won 1.5 million USD in the Triton Series and most recently became the third at EPT Barcelona. The Dutchman has 1,585,727 chips (40 big blinds) in his hands. The sixth place is occupied by Mark Radoja, who collected 1,014,194 chips (25 BB). A player from Mexico has played 11 times at the final table of the tournament, but has never won.

Just below Mark Radoja is a Lithuanian grinder from Mexico, Deividas Daubaris, with his stack of 970,665 chips (24 BB). Daubaris is playing in the tournament for the eleventh time and reaches the final for the second time. The penultimate place in the chip count belongs to Natural8 ambassador Pete Chen, who collected 905,948 chips (23 BB). Niklas Astedt closes the table, who can win the tournament for the sixth time. It will not be easy to do this because he has only 589,448 chips or 15 BB.

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