Tournois Live 1
$1,600 Mystery Bounty [$1,500,000 GTD]

Event Info

Buy-in $1,600
Prize Pool $1,500,000
Players 2,103

Info Niveau

Niveau 34
Blinds 200,000 / 400,000
Ante 400,000

Info Joueurs - Jour 2

Joueurs Survivants 1
Entrants 2,103



Welcome to the 2022 Wynn Million $1,600 Wynn Mystery Bounty!

Bounty Envelopes
Bounty Envelopes

The Wynn Millions series is back!

The month-long festival kicked off on February 21 and will run through March 20. One of the first tournaments on the schedule marks the return of the popular and unique Mystery Bounty, a $1,600 buy-in no-limit hold'em tournament with a surprise bounty hidden inside an envelope after busting another player.

Play begins on February 24 and guarantees at least $1.5 million in total prize money. Day 1a will take place at Noon on Thursday, February 24, with Days 1b and 1c taking place at the same time on Friday and Saturday respectively. The surviving players from each flight will then return to play down to a winner on Sunday's Day 2, which is when the mystery bounties take effect and PokerNews will begin our live updates.

In total, the Wynn Millions winter poker series features 16 events with more than $15 million in prize money to be awarded. There's a tournament for just about any type of poker player — high stakes, mid-stakes, no-limit hold'em, pot-limit Omaha, bounty events, etc. And there are two seniors events for players aged 50 and above — $400 and $1,100.

That includes the 2nd annual $10,000 buy-in, $10 million GTD Wynn Millions, which will begin on March 3. PokerNews will provide daily live updates throughout the entirety of that tournament.

It won't be the only event during the series that promises to surpass $1 million. In fact, two other tournaments during Wynn Millions will crack the seven-figure mark, and a third ($1,100 No-Limit Hold'em) guarantees at least $500,000.

The complete Wynn Millions schedule is as follows:

2/21$400No-Limit Hold'em$40,000
2/22$400Limit Omaha 8/B$25,000
2/22$400No-Limit Hold'em$40,000
2/23$400Seniors (50+) NLH$40,000
2/24-2/27$1,600Mystery Bounty NLH$1,500,000
2/28-2/29$1,100Seniors (50+) NLH$100,000
3/1$400Pot-Limit Omaha$25,000
3/3-3/11$10,000Wynn Millions Main Event$10,000,000
3/8-3/9$1,600PLO/NLH Mix$100,000
3/9-3/10$3,0006-Max No-Limit Hold'em$200,000
3/10-3/11$3,000$1K Bounty No-Limit Hold'em$200,000
3/11-3/14$3,500No-Limit Hold'em$2,000,000
3/13$5,200NLH Progressive Bounty$250,000
3/14-3/16$400No-Limit Hold'em$100,000
3/16$400No-Limit Hold'em$40,000
3/17-3/20$1,000No-Limit Hold'em$500,000
3/20$550No-Limit Hold'em$50,000

See all Wynn Millions tournament structures here!

Last November, the 2021 Wynn Fall Classic $1,600 Mystery Bounty attracted 2,573 players to create a prize pool of $3,730,850. There were three starting flights and there were 281 players who made it to Day 2 and in the money.

In the end, Evan Sandberg defeated Aram Zobian in heads-up play to win $293,322 in addition to the $87,000 in bounties he collected. The heads-up match went back and forth and lasted over an hour, which seemed only fitting as Day 2 lasted over 19 hours before Sandberg was finally declared the winner.

Evan Sandberg
Evan Sandberg

A Mystery Bounty between $500 and $100,000 was earned every time an opponent was eliminated. The three $100,000 top prizes were not yet found until the second break, when all three were claimed in quick succession by Sergio Fernandez, JC Tran, and Hwany Lee, who also found a $50,000 prize and made the final table.

The other five $50,000 mystery bounties were found by Jonathan Kotula, Vlad Darie, George Petrov, Guillaume Diaz, and eventual winner Sandberg.

2021 Wynn Fall Classic Big Bounty Winners

Big Bounty Winners

Sergio Fernandez Bernal$100,000
J C Tran$100,000
Hwany Lee$100,000
Jonathan Kotula$50,000
Hwany Lee$50,000
Vlad Darie$50,000
Peter Nigh$25,000
Kharlin Sued$25,000
Endrit Geci$25,000
Jarod Minghini$25,000
Tony Miles$25,000
Tony Tran$25,000
Ethan Bennett$25,000

PokerNews will post end-of-day chip counts for each starting flight of the 2022 Wynn Millions $1,600 Mystery Bounty and then pick up live coverage on Sunday. Be sure to check back to see which players advance, current registration numbers, and even recaps from the various side events taking place at Wynn Las Vegas!

Here's a highlight video of the Wynn Mystery Bounty event from last Fall:

$1,600 Mystery Bounty [$1,500,000 GTD]
Jour 2 a débuté