When it comes to online poker gaming, most top-rated sites offer poker tournaments, including major series. Each of these events have buy-ins but the poker site will also provide satellites or qualifiers, so players have a shot at winning a seat to a big event at a much lower price. The latest GGPoker Super MILLION$ hosted satellites and online player LittleMonk from the Netherlands earned his spot via a satellite option.

The cheaper seat paid off as the online player was able to win the event, adding just under $300,000 to his bankroll! LittleMonk defeated Fabiano Kovalski in heads-up to earn the first-place prize.

Details of the Series

The final table of the online poker event would whittle down rather quickly, eventually leaving LittleMonk and Kovalski to compete in heads-up. Kovalski would have a large chip lead with just over 10 million to LittleMonk’s 4.9 million.

The two would go at it as the last ones standing and it would not be long before a key hand changed the momentum in LittleMonk’s favor. With King-8 of diamonds, LittleMonk would raise to 320,000. Kovalski called with a three-bet of 1,150,000. He held Ace-Queen.

The flop was King high, with Kovalski betting 772,200. LittleMonk pushed with 4.8 million in chips. Kovalski called and lost the pot, which was 11 million in size. Now, LittleMonk has the upper hand and by the next level, the final hand of the event would go down.

On the last hand, Kovalski bet 200,000 while holding K-7. LittleMonk three-bet which put his opponent all-in. LittleMonk held pocket fives and it was enough to win the board of nine-high. The online poker player was able to claim the title win after earning his spot via satellite at GGPoker!

Final Table Results:

First Place                          LittleMonk                         $298,113

Second Place                     Fabiano Kovalski               $236,231

Third Place                         Brunno Botteon               $187,194

Fourth Place                      Pandora-box                      $148,336

Fifth Place                          Vicente Delgado               $117,544

Sixth Place                         Daniel Dvoress                  $93,144

Seventh Place                   Nikolaos Lampropoulos  $73,809

Eighth Place                      Andrei Konopelko            $58,488

Ninth Place                        Konstantin Maslak           $46,347

Earlier Win for Christian Jeppsson

In early November, another GGPoker Super MILLION$ took place with Christian Jeppsson earning the win. In this event, Jeppsson would start the final table with the chip lead and kept plugging away to claim the first-place finish after defeating Thomas Muehloecker in heads-up play.

The Super MILLION$ is a common occurrence at the online poker site and a great way for players to compete in quality action at the virtual felt. Along with this event, GGPoker has been busy with its Omaholics series. Kicking off on November 14, the series offers a ton of gaming options, running through the 28th. A total of $5 million in prize money is up for grabs with players able to enjoy Omaha tournament action.