Claas Segebrecht sat down at the Super MILION$ final table at GGPoker as the chip leader and accumulated every chip in play after three hours of first-class poker action. Segebrecht turned a $1,000 satellite entry into a colossal $267,285, giving him an ample bankroll for the upcoming 2021 WSOP Online events.
Segebrecht went into the one-on-one encounter with Volkmann holding a 6,976,990 to 5,323,010 chip advantage but fell behind after the early clashes. Volkmann held 9.4 million to Segebrecht’s 2.8 million at one stage and a second Super MILLION$ title for Volkmann looked the most likely result.
However, Segebrecht chipped away at his Brazilian opponent’s stack and drew level before forging a lead. The final hand took place during the 70,000/140,000/17,500a level and saw Segebrecht limp in with king-four, Volkmann raise to 525,125 with suited ace-five, and Segebrecht call. A six-nine-trey flop saw Volkmann continue for 271,313, which was called. A king on the turn put the ball firmly in Segebrecht’s court, yet Volkmann kept up the aggression with a 467,200 bet, which Segebrecht called. A nine on the river completed the board, and Volkmann checked before calling off his 1,874,721 stack when Segebrecht pushed all-in.