littleMiyaa from Lithuania becomes Super Tuesday winner, takes down $71,041

By | December 22, 2016

littleMiyaa from Lithuania becomes Super Tuesday winner, takes down $71,041A Lithuanian poker player littleMiyaa is the latest winner of prestigious Super Tuesday event took place at 20th December 2016 on PokerStars for $71,041.

Andreas “daskalos20” Christoforou of Cyprus collected an amount of $52,218 being at second position.

The tournament received 392 entries and generated $392,000 as total prize pool. Top 55 finishers took home some amount of winning share.

The game took place for just over five hours and most of the players were eliminated. A Player who hit the rail to 56th place and couldn’t be able to collect any money from the game was RodRish’s.

The final table of the event was set after a player named laguna364’s got busted to tenth place. The final table of the game was as follows:-

Seat 1: PISKER4VILDT of Denmark (898,843 in chips)
Seat 2: DEALERJOHN of Denmark (1,527,176 in chips)
Seat 3: laguna364 of Uruguay (699,361 in chips)
Seat 4: Andreas “daskalos20” Christoforou, a player from Cyprus (1,518,470 in chips)
Seat 5: Stefan “I’am_Sound” Huber of Switzerland (767,684 in chips)
Seat 6: bauruzito of Brazil (795,001 in chips)
Seat 7: maximum123 of Norway (1,495,084 in chips)
Seat 8: littleMiyaa from Lithuania (1,486,131 in chips)
Seat 9: actaml of Poland (612,250 in chips)

First player got out from the table was Denmark’s DEALERJOHN. He was out from the game with a total $6,053 and ninth place for him.

Poland’s actaml was the next man to hit the rail. He got out at eighth place and collected $8,225 of his total winning share.

The next player busted from the table was a player from Brazil named bauruzito for his $11,203. He was satisfied at seventh place.

Now sixth, fifth and fourth positions of latest super Tuesday event belongs to players from Norway, Uruguay and of Denmark and they were maximum123, aguna364 and PISKER4VILDT and they pocketed $15,242.41, $20,736.99 and $28,212.24 respectively.

Switzerland’s Stefan “I’am_Sound” Huber got his seat booked at third place who earned $38,382 from the championship.