Ryan “Beriuzy” Chamas Reaches GGPoker Super MILLION$ Final Table

Recent addition to the Team GG stable, Rayan “Beriuzy” Chamashas navigate his way through the majority of the 167 entrants in this week’s Super MILLION$and sits down at the star-studded final table third in chips.

Popular streamer Chamas will be cheered on by his legion of adoring fans, in addition to the 16 GGPoker players who bought a piece of his action via the in-built staking software. Chamas sold 15% of his action at 1.05 markup, and those investors look set for a bumper payday.

Chamas sits down at the final table armed with 2,478,878 chips, or 62 big blinds in old money.

GGPoker Super MILLION$ Final Table Chip Counts

place Player country chips Big Blinds
one Serggei9591 Russia 3,003,725 75
2 Artur Martirosian Mexico City 2,688,978 67
3 Rayan “Beriuzy” Chamas Canada 2,478,878 62
4 Ramiro Petrone Uruguay 2,334,113 58
5 Mark Radoja Mexico City 1,566,994 39
6 Rodrigo Selouan Brazil 1,446,612 36
7 Andras Nemeth Austria 1,348,396 34
8 David Coleman Canada 1,101,028 28
9 Christian Rudolph Austria 731,276 18

Countries as displayed in the GGPoker client

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Russia’s “Serggey9591” is the player to catch when play resumes at 7:00 pm BST on October 18. There is little information about there about this mystery Russian except they have a shade under $21,000 in earnings at GGPoker, a sum they are guaranteed to blow out of the water because $48,492 is the least any of the eight finalists can take home tonight. They take their seat at the final table with a tournament-leading stack of 3,003,725 chips, or 75 big blinds if you prefer.

Artur Martirosian
Artur Martirosian has a habit of winning poker tournaments

Second place at the restart is occupied by a man who knows the Super MILLION$ inside out. Artur Martirosian has triumphed in this $10,300 buy-in affair on no fewer than five occasions, tying him with Niklas Astedt and Michael Addamo. Victory tonight puts some daylight between Martirosian and the chasing pack. A win is definitely possible because Martirosian has a 2,688,978 stack, or 62 big blinds.

GGPoker Super MILLION$ Final Table Payouts

place Prize
one $339,445
2 $266,153
3 $208,687
4 $163,628
5 $128,298
6 $100,596
7 $78,876
8 $61,845
9 $48,492

Ramiro Petrone is another former Super MILLION$ champion to look out for when the cards are back in the air. Petrone’s 2,234,113 stack is worth 58 big blinds, so while he sits down in fourth place, he is still in with a chance to walking away with the tournament’s top honors. Finishing at the top of the pile would edge his GGPoker winnings ever closer to $4.5 million.

Mark Radoja
Mark Radoja would be a popular champion

Anyone that regularly tunes into the Super MILLION$ action will have seen Mark Radoja at many of the final tables. The two-time World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet winner has almost $6.5 million in winnings online at GGPoker but a Super MILLION$ win still eludes him. Is tonight the night Radoja gets the proverbial monkey off his back? He starts with 1,566,994 chips (39 big blinds) in his arsenal.

Brazilian star Rodrigo Selouan recently broke through $6 million in GGPoker winnings, and is now hoping to add another $339,445 to that tally with what would be his second Super MILLION$ title. Selouan, who has 1,446,612 chips (36 big blinds), has a Super MILLION $, GG Spring Festival, GG Championship, and a WSOP Circuit ring to his name already.

Just below Selouan in the chip counts is the one and only Andras Nemeth with 1,348,396 chips (34 big blinds). Nemeth, a three-time Super MILLION$ champion, needs no introduction as he is one of the best online poker grinders of all-time. The Hungarian superstar needs a fourth-place or better finish to push his earnings at the site to the $12.5 million mark.

David Coleman
David Coleman

David Coleman may occupy eighth place in the chip counts but his 1,101,028 stack is still worth 28 big blinds, so Coleman is far from in push or fold territory. Coleman sold 20.7% of his action to 16 stakers, with Maximilian Silz snapping up almost 11%. Silz’s investment is already worth more than $4,800 but could swell to over $30,000 if Coleman gets the job done.

Bringing up the rear is Christian Rudolph with his 731,276 chips, or 18 big blinds. Rudolph has more than $10.6 million in GGPoker winnings, thanks to enjoying a WSOP bracelet win, a Super MILLION$ first-place finish, and several other outright victories in GGPoker’s biggest events. Write off Rudolph’s chances at your peril.

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