In an exciting duel at the GGPoker virtual table, outstanding Spanish grinder Juan Pardo Domínguez was honored by the prestigious weekly GGMillion$Champions Tournament, one of the most important digital high-stakes tournaments. With a $10,300 buy-in, the event attracts some of the best players in poker from around the world.
Juan Pardo is one of the best players in Spain.
Pardo’s road to victory was not easy as he had to defeat 121 sharks in two days of intense competition. His skill and strategic acumen carried him to victory and a massive $262,938 prize.
In the closing stages of the match, Pardo found himself in the midst of an exciting heads-up confrontation. Shleifer Jans Ahrends. Despite Ahrendts’ staunch resistance, Pardo eventually won, with the Dutchman taking home the $205,000 prize. Rounding out the podium was the mysterious “Picasso98” who finished third and took home $160,365.
The tournament itself exceeded all expectations, beyond the initial $1 million guarantee – with a total prize pool of $1,210,000 for the top 15 finishers in dollars allocated.
Pardo has a successful track record in the poker world, with a strong reputation in the most prestigious live tournaments. According to Hendon Mob, he is the fifth-biggest winner of all time by a Spanish player with a total prize pool of $6.5 million.
One of his most notable wins was an impressive $1,127,463 in 2019 in a €50,000 buy-in tournament in his native Barcelona.