This week, the GGPoker YouTube Channel archived documentary evidence of Aartu Martirosian’s seventh win at the GG Million$ event, the best individual record in the tournament’s three-year history .
The $10,300 buy-in tournament has already made rich history with its first major player being Michael Addamo, who dominated the program’s early years with outstanding wins from four players .
The Australian claimed his fifth title before being chased by Niklas Astor and Artur Martirossian as the cursed era of sixth victory began. As the season went on, all three players missed several chances to break the tie, until Marty Rossian succeededin February of this year.
The Russian once again had the honor of being the first to reach a new milestone with his eighth GGMillion$ win. Jeff Groos and Roman Hrabec commented on the feat live for viewers on GGPoker’s streaming channel.
Martirosian put in a lot of effort from Sunday, leading nearly two stacks Pablo Silva early on, but the Brazilian only needed a heartbeat for the Russian to chase Fuck him.
The departure of David Peters reversed the trend in favor of the six-time champion, who “spaise411” secured a short stack and battled with Silva for space in second place.
The heads-up match will be between the Russian teams, with Martirosian taking an early lead by eliminating Ilya Anatski and then Silva. This buffer is useful against “spaise411” and maintains first place until the flop in which the chip leader is AA and the flush is “spaise411″‘s draw and high Card.
- Artur Martirosian $357,739
- spaise411 $280,497
- Pablo Silva $219,933
- Ilya Anatski $172,446
- G .Yakbyshvili $135,212
- “Super Solid” $106,018
- Victor Malinovsky $83,127
- David Peters $65,178
- A. Tkachev$51,105