Super MILLION$ final table sees Nick Petrangelo in the lead

Super MILLION$ final table sees Nick Petrangelo in the lead

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Nine exceptional players are featured on the most recent final table of the Super MILLION$. We will be witnessing a brand new champion acquiring the title and the top prize of $424,580 on Tuesday night.

The leader of the competition is definitely American player Nick Petrangelo who currently is leading with 3,908,741 chips. Petrangelo is also an Upswing Poker coach and actually has a tutorial on how to win tournaments. We can also clearly see that he is the betting favourite in this final. Petrangelo clearly has around 80 massive blinds, but Michael Zhang is surely another player that stands a chance to snatch the title. While Zhang respects Petrangelo’s well-established poker history, he is not too far behind his competitor with 2,825,669 chips himself.

Stuck in the middle of these two is none other than Bert Stevens, who is going in with a massive 3.2 million chips, pretty close to the leader’s stack. Stevens already snatched the title of being a Super MILLION$ winner back in September, so it is evident that this would not be his first win. 

On the other hand, Petrangelo has not won a Super MILLION$ title yet, so he is surely on the hunt for that this time around. His best finish was in third place in December. If Stevens ends up in the top 6, his earnings on GGPoker will get boosted way past $4.5 million.

Next up in the chipcounts we have Laurynas Levinskas from Lithuania, who has made the final table. This marks his 32nd appearance out of all 34 Super MILLION$ events. His highest finish was fifth place, with his highest score being $151,000. If he ends up higher than 4th place today, he will surely surpass that score. Many other incredible players will make an appearance as well, including the likes of Ukrainian player Andrey Novak, Aliaksei Boika and Benjamin Rolle.

The ninth place prize starts at $53,072 while the winner will be receiving a $424,580 top prize. This is definitely going to be a stormy challenge.