Seth Davies find a score worth nearly $1 million at the tail end of the 2021 GGPoker Spring Festival. (WPT photo)

As the GGPoker Spring Festival winds to a close, just a few final events are on the schedule and Monday’s action featured just one High level champion being crowned while a Medium level event paid the winner a handsome six-figure sum.

Seth Davies topped the 172-entry field in Event #109-H ($25,500 Sunday Millions) to win $956,439.98 and in the process denied Sami Kelopuro a fifth GGSF title. Kelopuro had to settle for taking second place and a $717,228.48 payday. Third place finisher Elio Fox took home $537,845.52.

Dutch pro Kevin Paque navigated his way through a 1,069-entry field to win Event #108-M ($1,050 High Rollers Main Event) for a $150,454.03 score. Paque wasn’t the only player to find a six-figure bankroll boost. Runner-up Ioannis Konstas fell one position short of the title, but banked $115,130.54 for his efforts. ‘LouDianfeng‘ took home $88,100.84 for coming in third place.

The GGPoker Spring Festival wraps up on Tuesday with the final table of Event #108-H ($10,300 Super MILLION$) which features current #1-ranked Yuri Dzivielevski with the chip lead and Daniel Dvoress, Christian Jeppsson, Timothy Adams, and David Coleman all chasing him and the $651,820.84 first place prize.

Event #108-M ($1,050 High Rollers Main Event)
Entries: 1,069
Prize pool: $1,069,000

  1. Kevin Paque – $150,454.03
  2. Ioannis Konstas – $115,130.54
  3. LouDianfeng – $88,100.84

Event #109-H ($25,500 Sunday Millions)
Entries: 172
Prize pool: $4,300,000

  1. Seth Davies – $956,439.98
  2. Sami Kelopuro – $717,228.48
  3. Elio Fox – $537,845.52