MicroMillions II: Day 8 round-up, close to $5m won so far
Close to five million dollars has so far been won in this MicroMillions II series. It's a phenomenal amount given there's only been a handful of tournaments which have had a buy-in larger than $5! Coming into the final third of the 11-day schedule we're approaching the jewel in the MicroMillions crown, one which is worth gunning for whatever stakes you play. The $22 main event takes place this Sunday, starting at 14.30 ET, and guarantees its winner scoops upwards of $150,000. Can you afford to not take a shot at that?
Supernova fabio_bruxo is still at the top of the MicroMillions Leader Board and has slightly extended his lead over dunkmeister2 in the race to land the PCA package, which includes a $10,000 buy-in to the main event.
There are still plenty of bankroll boosters to be played and you can join the likes of Chalkyman who won $5,029.44 by taking down Event #65, $4.40 NL Hold'em 6-max. The Brit is just one title holder to take a chunk out of the $4,805,484.48 that has been won in this micro-limits online festival of poker.
The MicroMillions top ten
1. fabio_bruxo, Brazil, 460
2. dunkmeister2, Australia, 400
3. kekec24, Slovenia, 385
4= dzikibawol, Poland, 365
4= DutchForever, Netherlands, 365
6. pikul, Poland, 355
7. Drag0nflye, United Kingdom, 335
8. olangotang, United Kingdom, 330
9. Beckersen81, Germany, 325
10= runondiesel, Canada, 315
10= VX$52, Russia, 315
And in case you've been following PokerStars Team Online's Andre 'acoimbra' Coimbra, who committed himself to playing all 100 MicroMillions events, you'll have seen that he's stalled on 225 points, just enough to keep him in the top 50 on the leader board. You can catch up with his sleep-deprived anecdotes here or skip to his most recent post here.
Check out of the remaining events you want to play by by logging into the PokerStars lobby and clicking on Events>MicroMillions>Main Events tabs or by clicking on this MicroMillions II schedule link. Every single MicroMillions final table has been reported on and you can find those write-ups by clicking through to the MicroMillions II reports page.