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Two more partypoker players became MILLIONS Online champions on December 20 and received huge payouts as a result. Brazil’s Eduardo Silva triumphed in the $530 buy-in Super 500 and secured a $109,307 score, while Canadian Timothy Cavallin helped himself to the $61,668 top prize of the $109 Grand Prix event.

Silva Shines in the Super 500

The Super 500 featured a $500,000 guaranteed prize pool but paid out $683,000 thanks to 1,366 players buying in across several starting flights. Some 206 of those starters made it through to Day 2, each of them in the money.

Dozens of poker’s elite players saw a return on their $530 investment. Samuel Vousden, Benjamin Chalot, and Team partypoker’s Isaac Haxton, Jaime Staples, Day Kotoviezy, Joao Simao, and Patrick Leonard all cashed.

Haxton cashed but fell short of the final table

All but one of the nine finalists walked away with at least five figures for the efforts. Ninth-place finisher Morten Hvam netted $8,637.

Pascal Hartmann and Ioannis Angelou Konstas were the next casualties; they won $10,993 and $13,925 respectively. Ying Ho, Joshua Gebissa, and Yannick Schumaker then fell by the wayside to leave only three players in the hunt for the title.

Those three became two when Maxim Mamonov of Russia bowed out in third and collected $51,618. Nino Ullmann and Eduardo Silva fought it out one-on-one for the title, and it was Silva who emerged from the battle victoriously. Silva scooped $109,307 for his victory, leaving Ullman to console himself with the $75,204 runner-up prize.

MILLIONS Online #02 Super 500 Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1 Eduardo Silva Brazil $109,307
2 Nino Ullmann Austria $75,204
3 Maxim Mamonov Russia $51,618
4 Yannick Schumaker Austria $33,656
5 Joshua Gebissa Austria $22,998
6 Ying Ho United Kingdom $17,716
7 Ioannis Angelou Konstas Ireland $13,925
8 Pascal Hartmann Austria $10,993
9 Morten Hvam Denmark $8,637

Cavallin Crowned MILLIONS Online Grand Prix Champion

Almost 4,300 players bought into the MILLIONS Online Grand Prix to ensure the $300,000 guarantee was surpassed by $129,709. Canada’s Timothy Cavallin outlasted all the entrants and became a worthy champion of this MILLIONS Online event.

Day 2 saw 639 in-the-money players return to the partypoker tables. All returning players were in the money and guaranteed $221, but each had their eye on the $61,668 top prize.

The likes of Team partypoker’s Day Kotoviezy and Jamie Staples were early casualties. Others who busted before the final table included Andrey Pateychuk, Ronan Sweeney, Adam Neal, and Lars Kamphues.

Day Kotoviezy racked up yet another MILLIONS Online cash

The final table was the home to a trio of Brazilians, but two ducked out early doors. Guilherme Carmo and Alysson Bruno finished in ninth and eighths, before Peter Toth and Nuno Ullmann, the latter having finished second in the Super 500, crashed out.

Ullmann’s exit meant the remaining players were now guaranteed five figures for their efforts. Andrey Coelho got his hands on the $12,705 fifth-place prize, before British grinder Gareth Gardner helped himself to the $18,753 fourth place prize.

Sebastian Van Wonterg was the penultimate elimination of the night. The Dane’s exit in third came with $27,986 in prize money.

Heads-up pitted James Walsh against Timothy Cavallin in a battle for the title and the lion’s share of the prize pool. Cavallin came out of the scrap with the $61,668 top prize in toe, leaving Walsh to walk away with $41,622 for his bridesmaid finish.

MILLIONS Online #03 Grand Prix Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1 Timothy Cavallin Canada $61,668
2 James Walsh United Kingdom $41,622
3 Sebastian Van Wonterg Denmark $27,986
4 Gareth Gardner United Kingdom $18,753
5 Andrey Coelho Brazil $12,705
6 Nino Ullmann Austria $9,440
7 Peter Toth Hungary $7,266
8 Alysson Bruno Brazil $5,561
9 Guilherme Carmo Brazil $4,404

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