The MILLIONS Online at partypoker is almost over, with the most recent tournament, Event #26 finishing up this week. The tournament had a $10,300 buy-in and featured a $1 million guaranteed prize pool. A total of 116 players comped which pushed the prize pool up an additional $160,000. In the end, it was Christian Rudolph and David Yan in the final two positions. In the end, the two would agree to a deal and Rudolph would claim the title win.
The Final Day
Once the first day was done, there would be only 20 players remaining. Each would earn at least a five-figure payout for making it this far. Once the field was whittled down to the final seven, it was time for the final table to begin.
The final table of the online poker event would include a few familiar poker names including Justin Bonomo, Juan Pardo Dominguez, and Christoph Vogelsang. These players were unable to hang on and finally, the field would narrow down to only Yan and Rudolph.
The two would cut a deal, with both players basically earning $230,000. Rudolph earned just a bit more at $230,258 in first while Yan took home $229,664 for the second-place finish. While there was no big blowout heads-up round the event was still amazing to watch as the best of the best competed at the felt.
|Juan Pardo Dominguez
The last remaining event in the MILLIONS Online is #28, the Mega High Roller. This event had a large $102,000 buy-in and has $3,000,000 in prize money guaranteed. With 35 players registered to compete, the prize pool increased to a whopping $3.5 million. This event is still ongoing so the winner has yet to be determined.
Players who are done competing in the MILLIONS Online can stay at partypoker and take part in the WPT500. This series started on March 7 and will continue through March 23. There will be two weeks of poker action including two $1 million guaranteed events. The full schedule of events can be viewed in the partypoker gaming client, and it includes several formats.
The buy-ins start at just $55 for events and there will be championship-level structures for quality online poker gaming. Watch the action via live streams provided by partypoker at the brand’s Twitch or YouTube channel. Even if you can’t play, you can still watch the action as it goes down online! Check it out now!