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The $1,100 MILLIONS Online Mini Main Event field is down to only 25 players and it is Daniel Smiljkovic who leads the way. Smiljkovic is one of two players who finished Day 2 with a stack containing more than 100 million chips, 133,639,726 to be exact.

Smiljkovic has more than $3.4 million in online poker tournament cashes thanks, in part, to a near $50,000 score right here at partypoker. The Austrian won the High Roller One Shot in early February. Finishing fourth or betting in the MILLIONS Online Mini Main Event will best that impressive result.

Hungarian Laszlo Molnar is the other player with a nine-figure stack, namely 127,876,651 chips. Molnar is best known for his high stakes cash game grinding, but he certainly knows his way around a tournament table. It would take a brave person to bet against Molnar going all the way now that he’s so deep stacked.

Jamie O’Connor is another player to look out for when play resumes at 19:05 GMT on February 16. O’Connor won The Big Game on Sunday and now finds himself with enough chips for fourth-place when play in the MILLIONS Online Mini Main Event resumes.

Some of the other players to keep an eye on include start of Day 2 chip leader Sebastian Henao (66,391,911), and Irish Poker Masters Main Event champion Will Kassouf (26,467,500).

MILLIONS Online #01 Mini Main Event Top 10 Chip Counts

Place Player Country Chips
1 Daniel Smiljkovic Austria 133,639,726
2 Laszlo Molnar Hungary 127,876,651
3 Leonid Orman Russia 69,596,672
4 Jamie O’Connor United Kingdom 68,136,629
5 Sebastian Henao Mexico 66,391,911
6 Jon De Antonana Malta 63,121,950
7 Francois Pirault United Kingdom 62,496,167
8 Justin Ouimette Canada 62,015,858
9 Rui Da Silva Croatia 60,684,243
10 Carlos Chadha-Villamarin Canada 60,478,888

Arikan Takes Down Mini Second Chance Event

Murat Arikan took down the MILLIONS Online #02 Mini Second Chance Turbo and turned his $530 into $14,821.

A field of 121 players took to the felt and only 20 of them saw a return on their investment. Sweden’s Andreas Berggren was the unfortunate soul who burst the money bubble, paving the way for the likes of Joseph Cheong, Roberto Romanello and Diego Cuellar to cash.

High stakes guru Byron Kaverman was the first finalist to fall. Sarah Forbes, Kasper Juulsen, Arnaud Enselme, and Brener Vicente followed Kaverman to the rail.

Rick De Boer and Alastair Smith crashed out to leave Arikan and Stoyan Kitanov heads-up. Arikan got the job done and collected the $14,821 top prize, leaving Kitanov to console himself with the $9,537 runner-up prize.

MILLIONS Online #02 Mini Second Chance Turbo Final Table Results

Place Player Country Prize
1 Murat Arikan Netherlands $14,821
2 Stoyan Kitanov Bulgaria $9,537
3 Alastair Smith United Kingdom $6,543
4 Rock De Boer Netherlands $4,626
5 Brener Vicente Brazil $3,433
6 Arnaud Enselme United Kingdom $2,474
7 Kasper Juulsen Denmark $2,322
8 Sarah Forbes Canada $1,974
9 Byron Kaverman Canada $1,637

What’s In Store On February 16?

There’s plenty of MILLIONS Online action on February 16. First, the Mini Main Event plays down to its final table and we can’t wait to see who reaches it.

At the same time, 19:05, some of the world’s best players will battle it out in the MILLIONS Online #03 6-Max High Roller, a $10,300 buy-in one-day event with $500,000 guaranteed. An hour later, at 20:05 GMT, is the MILLIONS Online #04 6-Max High Roller Turbo, a $5,200 buy-in one-day event with $200,000 guaranteed.

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