Through the Lens: Best Photos from SHRB London!

A little over a week ago we saw Cary Katz take home his biggest career score, after winning Super High Roller Bowl London. The $2.6 million score bumped Katz into the 18th spot on the all-time money list, solidifying his case as a future Poker Hall of Famer. Katz overcame one

Through the Lens: Best Moments From the British Poker Open

The 2019 British Poker Open produced 10 High Roller Champions over the course of 10 days. Some of the worlds best came out to battle it out in small and very elite fields, to prove their stock when it comes to the greats of the game. I was fortunate to

Through the Lens: Cary Katz Conquers SHRB London!

In the early hours of Sunday morning here in London, Cary Katz cemented his legacy in poker with his victory in the 2019 Super High Roller Bowl London for £2,100,000. Play started with a bang today, as Ali Imsirovic eliminated both David Peters and Sam Greenwood in the same hand.

Through the Lens: Day 1 of Super High Roller Bowl London

With the 2019 British Poker Open coming to a close last night, today was the kick-off for the 2019 Super High Roller Bowl London. This £250,000 buy-in attracted some of the biggest names of in the game, making it a small yet super-elite field. A total of 12 players forked

Through the Lens: Tollerene Edges Out Katz

The British Poker Open has concluded at Aspers Casino in London as Ben Tollerene claimed gold in Event 10, the £100,000 No Limit Hold'em. Tollerene won two big flips heads up to snatch the BPO Title from Cary Katz, who finished runner-up in the event for £360,000. Coming into the day

Through the Lens: Bada Bada Badziakouski

Late last night Event #9 of the British Poker Open wrapped up as the players decided to turn it into a single-day turbo. A total of 18 entries in this £50k generated a first prize of £486,000. When the dust settled it was Mikita Badziakouski outlasting Christoph Vogelsang to take down the

Through the Lens: Soverel Conquering London

Through five and half events, it has been all Sam Soverel here at the 2019 British Poker Open. Earlier today Soverel captured his first title of the series, after falling short with two 2nd place finishes earlier this week. Soverel has cashed already for over £500,000 heading into Event 6,

Through the Lens: The Tale of Two Brothers

Another day has come and gone here at Aspers Casino as Day 6 of the 2019 British Poker Open is officially in the books. Earlier in the week, we saw Luc Greenwood take home the title in Event 1, the £10,000 NLH. Today, Sam Greenwood captured the second trophy for

Through the Lens: Top Prize for the Top Dollar Man

Day 4 is officially in the books of the 2019 British Poker Open. Earlier today we saw Paul "Top Dollar Man" Newey claim his first title as he took down Event 3, the £10K No Limit. Sam Soverel finished second for the second straight tournament, furthering his stranglehold on the

Through the Lens: Gold for Greenwood, Four Card Fun

Day 2 of the British Poker Open has come to its conclusion, as Event #1 played down to a winner, and Event #2 has reached the final table. To start the day, Luc Greenwood took down Event #1 after defeating Steve O'Dwyer heads-up. This puts Greenwood in the best spot possible