Last night two big online tournaments ended with their highlight. Alister333 from Russia won the Battle of Malta Online for €395,747 and matthews085 from Brazil the MicroMillions.
MTT Report Featured Poker Tournaments
- $2,500,000 GTD Battle of Malta Main Event at GGNetwork
- €1,000,000 GGMasters Royal Championship at GGNetwork
- $500,000 GTD MicroMillions Main Event at PokerStars
Alister333 wins 2022 Battle of Malta Online, Georgios Manousos Runner-Up
The absolute highlight of the 2022 Battle of Malta Online was of course the Main Event with a massive guaranteed prize pool of €2,500,000 and it didn’t disappoint.
An incredible 7,104 players smashed the guarantee by almost 50% and there were a whopping €3,711,840 in the prize pool with €395,747.85 up top.
The top five all cashed for six figures and heads-up for the title were Greek pro Georgios Manousos and Alister333 from Russia.
The latter came out on top to secure a massive career-high €396K score, while Manousos still banked €297K for second place.
1uckyf1sh wins the GGMaster Royal Championship for €150,000
And it was not the only big final table Alister333 made last night as he was also among the finalists in the €1,000,000 GTD GGMasters Royal Championship.
This time he busted in 8th place for €20,070.91, which means he cashed for more than €415,000 in those two tournaments alone!
Biggest name on the final table was Austrian online poker tournament legend Stefan ‘mindgamer’ Jedlicka, who came in 7th for €26,765.04.
The title and huge €150K first place prize went to the Netherlands in form of “1uckyf1sh”, who defeated Franco “pelaguacha” Spitale from Argentina heads-up.
Brazilian Domination in the MicroMillions Main Event
The highlight of the PokerStars Sunday Grind was the MicroMillions Main Event, where you had the unique chance to play for a small buy-in of only $22 for a huge $500,000 guarantee.
And the prizes even ended up being much larger than that as a staggering 27,544 players created a $550,880 prize pool with a whopping $36,295.07 up top.
The final table was total Brazilian Domination as 6 out of 9 players came from Brazil. That’s why it was no surprise that one of them ended up winning the whole thing.
“matthews085” beat “jinpot139” from the UK heads-up to add a whopping $12,423 in bounties on top of the $23,872 first prize.
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