Dennys Ramos Finishes Eighth in the Mega Millions for $247,000

Returning to the Mega Millions tiebreaker after a nearly year-long hiatus, grinder Dennys Ramos dropped out of the title fight earlier than he had hoped. He beat eight for $247,619, just over $1.2 million.

Dennis started the FT with 41 BBS, the fourth-biggest chip. Soon he lost more than half of his chips and fell to the bottom two. Still far behind the leaders, the Brazilian watched as Leon “Rumuku!us” Sturm made a miraculous rescue. The German dominated with 9♠9♥ against Valery “neverodd” Savov’s Q♠Q♦, and the German hit the river with a 9♣ straight. Juan Pardo scored nine at the end of the game, making Savov’s debacle even more painful.

Bulgarians have no time to mourn. Next, he was all-in again pre-flop. When A♣10♠ took on short-stack Gediminas Uselis’ A♠8♦, Savov wasn’t surprised by the K♥9♣3♣A♦ advantage and locked in the Lithuanian’s downfall.

The action on the table was intense. Joakim Andersson announced a 3-bet all-in with A♣A♠ and was called by Sturm with 7♣7♣. The advantage of K♦K♣Q♣3♥4♣ didn’t change things and the Swede doubled up.

Anderson didn’t stop there. In the first event of the next level, he found A?K♥ and announced a minimum raise to 1,000,000. Dennys then three-bet to 4,000,000, leaving 4,208,728. Making another move, Anderson pushed his chips into the center of the table and got an instant call. With A♠Q♥, Dennys has no chance at all on 7♠2♥2♦A♥8♠.

Verified by the GGWF, the Mega Millions recorded 1,107 entrants for $10,300 in prize money and the field fired a guaranteed $10,000,000. See how much the finalists won:

1. Leon “Rumuku!us” Sturm (Germany) $1,518,400

2. Juan Pardo (Spain) $1,171,144

3. Samuel Vousden (Finland) $903,485

4. Ravid Garbi (Israel) $697,093

5. Joakim Andersson (Sweden) $537,943

6. “VeryMerry” (Mexico) $415,221

7. Valery “neverodd” Savov (Bulgaria) $320,589

8. Denis Ramos (Brazil) $247,619

9. Gediminas Uselis (Lithuania) $191,350

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