Event #83: $10K WSOP Super MILLION$, $5M GTD

A Bracelet Winner Will Be Crowned in Event #83: $10K WSOP Super MILLION$

Connor Drinan is among the nine finalists

The final winner of the 2020 GGPoker World Series of Poker Online Bracelet Events will be crowned today as nine hopefuls out of a field of 899 entries remain in Event #83: $10K WSOP Super MILLION$.

With the lion's share of the $8,720,300 prize pool still up for grabs, the finalists have $110,389 locked up for their efforts, and the eventual champion will receive a top prize of $1,423,049 along with the coveted gold bracelet.

Leading the line-up for the final day is India's Suraj Mishra with a stack of 18,734,404 followed by 2013 WSOP Main Event finalist Sylvain Loosli with 13,858,427, Viktor Ustimov (12,219,728) rounds up the overnight podium. Christopher Kruk was the chip leader a few minutes prior to the end of Day 1 but doubled Mishra to eventually bag and tag 11,092,664.

World Poker Tour champion Daniyar Aubakirov (9,893,085) and Connor Drinan (9,836,965) are separated by a fraction of the big blind and Chris Oliver returns to a stack of 8,626,407. Furthermore, EPT Main Event champion Kenneth Smaron (3,613,536) and Arsenii Malinov (3,129,784) will return as the two shortest stacks.

The Final Table of Event #83: $10K WSOP Super MILLION$ at a Glance

PositionPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Suraj MishraIndia18,734,40447
2Sylvain LoosliFrance13,858,42735
3Viktor UstimovRussia12,219,72831
4Christopher KrukCanada11,092,66428
5Daniyar AubakirovKazakhstan9,893,08525
6Connor DrinanUnited States9,836,96525
7Chris OliverUnited States8,626,40722
8Kenneth SmaronUnited States3,613,5369
9Arsenii MalinovRussia3,129,7848

The action resumes at 6 p.m. GMT with blinds of 200,000/400,000 with a running ante of 50,000, and a fixed amount of hands for each level will now be played as of the final table, which has been standard throughout the entire festival.

The last tournament to wrap up the GGPoker portion of the 2020 World Series of Poker Online Bracelet Events will play down to a winner as of 6 p.m. GMT on Tuesday, September 8th, 2020. The final table will be broadcasted with cards up coverage on GGPoker.TV on a delay of half an hour and the PokerNews live reporting will provide all the action from start to finish. You can also check out the results of all previous events by clicking right here!

Remaining Payouts

PlaceWinnerCountryPrize (USD)
1  $1,423,049
2  $1,041,414
3  $755,754
4  $548,450
5  $398,010
6  $288,836
7  $209,609
8  $152,113
9  $110,389

Tags: Arsenii MalinovChris OliverChristopher KrukConnor DrinanDaniyar AubakirovKenneth SmaronSuraj MishraSylvain LoosliViktor Ustimov