MILLIONS Germany

MILLIONS Germany

8th - 18th Feb 2018
€12,500,000 GTD
($14,133,125 GTD)

MILLIONS Germany

MILLIONS Germany

8th - 18th Feb 2018
€12,500,000 GTD
($14,133,125 GTD)

MILLIONS Germany

€12,500,000 GTD 8th - 18th Feb 2018

Viktor Blom made a spectacular call to become the MILLIONS Germany Main Event Champion, and won a massive €850,000 in the process.

Join us at the next MILLIONS Europe here. 

  • Event Winners
    Main Event

    Viktor Blom

    Main Event

    Winning Hand:

    Winners Prize: €850,000

    Open

    Oliver Huber

    Open

    Winning Hand:

    Winners Prize: €143,000

    €50K Super High Roller

    Chi Zhang

    €50K Super High Roller

    Winning Hand:

    Winners Prize: €800,000

    Finale

    Mustafa Biz

    Finale

    Winning Hand:

    Winners Prize: €175,000

    Grand Prix King's

    Danijel Hodak

    Grand Prix King's

    Winning Hand:

    Winners Prize: €57,086

    €25K Super High Roller

    Patrik Antonius

    €25K Super High Roller

    Winning Hand:

    Winners Prize: €425,000

    €25K Super High Roller

    Johannes Becker

    €25K Super High Roller

    Winning Hand:

    Winners Prize: €320,050

    Warm Up

    Gerald Karlic

    Warm Up

    Winning Hand:

    Winners Prize: €230,000

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Festival Highlights

Pavel Plesuv Eliminated in 2nd Place (€750,000)

Hand #242: Blom raised to 35,000,000 with and Plesuv called with .

The flop came , Plesuv checked, Blom bet 45,000,000. Plesuv asked how much it was and then called.

The turn brought them the , Plesuv checked again and Blom bet 105,000,000. Plesuv called.

The river completed the board with the , Plesuv shoved and Blom asked for how much it was. Blom considered all his options, shook his head, looked at the board again, counted his chips, tanked and then decided to call. Blom saw that he had won the hand with a pair of kings.

The chip stacks needed to be verified and once they were counted, the tournament was determined to be over. Plesuv finished in 2nd place for €750,000 (after the deal) and shook Blom's hand to congratulate him.

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Romanello Second In Chips After Day 1D Of Finale

 

A total of 373 entries, including a massive 109 re-entries, took to the felt in Day 1D of the Finale. 

The chip leader from Day 1D is Georgios Zisimopoulos, with the Greek player bringing through 15,100,000. In second is the UK and Team partypoker's Roberto Romanello, who bagged up 11,500,000 and will join his father and brother in Day 2. Making up the top three after Day 1D is Ahmad Achegsei from Germany, who will begin Day 2 with 11,300,000.

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Filtatov Heads Finale Field Advancing From Day 1C

 

Day 1C of the MILLIONS Germany finished with Team partypoker's Anatoly Filatov at the top of the counts with 16,980,000.

Also finishing in the top three of the Day 1C counts after the sixteen 30-minute levels were Greek player Ioannis Angelou Konstans, with 13,965,000, and Turkey's Mustafa Biz, who bagged up 13,485,000.

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Massive Pot

Roberto Romanello moved all-in for his last 760,000 but couldn't have got his timing more wrong. He ran into Mikalai Vaskaboinikau, who put the entirety of his 6,400,000 stack in the middle, and Ashkan Fattahi who was waiting to call them both off with the pre-flop nuts.

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Modena Leads 37 Through Finale Day 1B

 

A total of 173 entries, including 29 re-entries, took to the felt in Day 1B of the Finale. 

The chip leader from Day 1B is Italo Modena, with the Italian bringing through 15,215,000. In second is Ukranian Vladyslav Kovalenko, who bagged up 12,285,000. Making up the top three after Day 1B is Sergei Petrushevs from Russia, who will begin Day 2 with 9,750,000.

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