MILLIONS Online Day 2 is in the bag and only 29 players remain in the hunt for the massive $2,729,376 first-place prize. Leading those final 29 back into battle at 20:00 CET on December 5th is “wheatforsheep”.
MILLIONS Online Day 2 Top 10 Chip Counts
|5||Christopher “Ad_Finem” Kruk||Canada||258,930,640|
|10||Chance “ChanceSeeYou” Kornuth||Canada||165,392,851|
“wheatforsheep” finished Day 2 with 566,295,824 and a commanding chip lead over their 28 opponents. Malta’s “j2805667” finished the night in second-place with a stack of 336,914,608 chips.
Also bagging up a top 10 stack were Canadian duo. Christopher “Ad_Finem” Kruk and Chance “ChanceSeeYou” Kornuth. Kruk bagged up 258,930,640 chips, good enough for fifth-place, with Kornuth ending MILLIONS Day 2 with 165,392,851 and 10th place on the overnight leaderboard.
Some 687 players sat down for MILLIONS Day 2 and 500 of those received prize money for their effort. Team partypoker’s Sam “Sam_Trickett” Trickett (566th) and Dzmitry “Dzmitry_Urbanov” Urbanovich (535rd) fell short of the money with Finland’s “wilhos” being the unfortunate soul who burst the money bubble, busting in 501st place and locking up $10,917 for the remaining 500 players.
Several Team partypoker players navigated their way up the payouts. Kristen “Krissyb24” Bicknell fell in 399th place for $12,282, Roberto “WelshWizard” Romanello busted in 265th place for $16,376, and Anatoly “NL_Profit” Filatov claimed the $16,376 249th place prize.
Josip “JozinhoPP” Simunic crashed out in 195th place for $21,835, the same prize Joao “joaosimaobh” Simao collected for his 190th place finish. Finnish star Joni “JJouhki” Jouhkimainen busted in 63rd place for a $43,670 score with start-of-the-day chip leader Philipp “Phil_Gruissem” Gruissem seeing his tournament end in 37th place for $54,587.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, Fedor “Fedor_Holz” Holz was the last standing Team partypoker member, eventually falling in 31st place for $65,505.
Huge Prizes Still To Come
The returning 29 players are guaranteed $65,505 with the next pay jump occurring when there are 24 players remaining. Anyone navigating their way into the top 20 will take home at least $109,175 with a final table appearance locking up a cool $327,525.
As promised, the top four finishers will become millionaires with fourth-place worth $1,091,750, third-place banking $1,364,687, the runner-up scooping $1,910,562 and the eventual champion walking away with $2,729,376. Who will that champion be? We will find out later today!
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