Danish player won $1 000 000 jackpot in Spin&Go Flash at PokerStars
In October, PokerStars introduced a new kind of Spins – Spin & Go Flash. This is a fast version of traditional spins, but the game at such tables runs much faster, which creates real action.
On March 30, the first winner of a $1 000 000 jackpot in this discipline was determined. It all happened at the $5 table, when a jackpot of $1 200 000 dropped out to the surprise of participants.
The Estonian "easycall80", the Danish "TopEliten" and the Russian "Chagash" entered the race for the cherished million. The last player is now in a dilemma: rejoice at the payment of $100 000 or be upset because he did not win $1 000 000.
It’s because Chagash didn’t seize the opportunity to win a million, and it's worth noting that the probability of getting such a chance in Spin & Go is 1:50 000 000. Chagash was the first to leave the game, having received a $100 000 payout.
Heads-up for $1 000 000
In the finals, TopEliten and easycall80 fought for a million. Poker player Mikhail Shalamov was able to watch the latest hands in the heads-up live.
The Danish player “TopEliten” eventually took down the tournament and won $1 000 000. Considering a buy-in of $5, the player increased his participation fee 200 000 times.
An interesting fact is that recently TopEliten has played in the 14th anniversary Sunday Million at PokerStars, but didn’t manage to win a million there:
It seems that the Danish was destined by fate to win $1 million at PokerStars.