Ognyan “fizoka” Dimov grew to become a two-time GGPoker Tremendous MILLION$ champion on August 2 when he defeated Ole Schemion heads-up, denying the favored German a 3rd Tremendous MILLION$ victory.
Dimov triumphed in this event in December 2021 and noticed $508,891 hit his GGPoker account. This newest victory got here with $302,053 of the $1,390,000 prize pool, yet one more incredible consequence from the proficient Russian.
GGPoker Tremendous MILLION$ Closing Desk Outcomes
|1||Ognyan “fizoka” Dimov||Russia||$302,053|
|4||Casimir “mrsbradleyy” Seire||Finland||$143,869|
The ultimate desk misplaced its first participant through the first stage of motion when Dario Sammartino bowed out in ninth place after shedding a coinflip. Dimov min-raised to 70,000 from early place with pocket tens, and referred to as when Sammartino jammed 706,116 from the large blind with ace-king. A jack-high board saved the tens forward, and Sammartino crashed out.
Begin-of-the-day brief stack Marcelo Asensio solely managed to ladder one place earlier than he busted in eighth. Asensio busted on the hand after Sammartino’s event ended. Asensio moved all-in for lower than six large blinds with queen-ten, and Casimir “mrsbradleyy” Seire referred to as with pocket queens. Asensio was drawing lifeless by the flip.
Aleksejs Ponakovs, who won a World Series of Poker bracelet this summer, was eradicated in seventh. Schemion opened to 73,500 from the cutoff with suited ace-queen, and Ponakovs shoved from the large blind for 545,800 with the dominated ace-ten. Schemion referred to as and received the pot courtesy of his queen-kicker.
It took one other half hour to lose one other participant after the opening flurry of exits. Wiktor Malinowski, a three-time Tremendous MILLION$ champion, was the participant heading to the showers. Malinowski min-raised from the cutoff with ace-nine, and Dimov defended his large blind with eight-seven. Dimov flopped an eight-high straight, and instantly wager 73,080, which Malinowski referred to as. An ace on the flip put three spades on the market and Dimov paused for a short time earlier than betting 350,000 into the 407,160 pot. Once more, Malinowski referred to as. An offsuit queen accomplished the board, and Dimov shoved. Malinowski referred to as off the 885,810 chips he had behind, solely to be proven the dangerous information that his prime pair was crushed.
The primary six-figure prize of the night went to Mark Radoja, who can’t appear to win this event irrespective of how arduous he tries. Radoja got here unstuck through the 25,000/50,000/6,000a stage when Schemion raised to 105,000 from beneath the gun, and Radoja jammed for 583,203. Schemion referred to as and turned over ace-jack, which was forward of Radoja’s king-queen. Radoja hit a queen on the river but it surely was too little too late as a result of Schemion flopped an ace and turned one other.
Finland’s Seire began the ultimate desk with a chip lead however needed to make do with a fourth-place end. Seire open-shoved for 828,633 with pocket sevens when the large blind was 70,000. Dimov referred to as within the small blind with pocket tens, which held to cut back the participant depend by one.
Andorra-based Spaniard Juan Dominguez who had nearly twice as many chips as his remaining two opponents when three-handed play started. The ultimate three locked horns for greater than an hour earlier than Dominguez fell by the wayside. Schemion limped for 120,000 with queen-four of diamonds from the small blind, just for Dominguez to lift to 360,000 with ace-ten. Schemion made a play and moved all-in, and Dominguez referred to as off the two,244,022 chips he had behind. Dominguez hit an ace on the flop and paired his ten on the flip, however a 9 on the river gifted Schemion probably the most unlikely of straights, and Dominguez was gone.
Schemion began the heads-up conflict with Dimov holding a 9,958,165 to three,941,835 chip lead and everybody, together with the commentary duo of Jeff Gross and Nacho Barbero, thought this was Schemion’s day. Nonetheless, Dimov had different concepts.
Dimov initially fell additional behind, with Schemion breaking by the ten million chip barrier. Dimov chipped away at Schemion’s lead, pulled stage after which took the lead for himself. Schemion was on the ropes earlier than he busted, trailing by 24-to-1! The ultimate hand noticed Schemion shove with queen-six and Dimov name with jack-six. A jack on the flop proved sufficient to ship Schemion to the showers and to award Dimov his second Tremendous MILLION$ title.