Isaac Haxton Leads Super High Roller Bowl V Final Table; $3.672 Million for the Winner

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Isaac Haxton and Adrian Mateos are in contention at today's final table.
Isaac Haxton and Adrian Mateos are in contention at today's final table.

Welcome back to the ARIA Resort & Casino and the PokerGO Studio for the $300,000 buy-in Super High Roller Bowl V final table. Here’s all you need to know to get ready for today’s live action on PokerGO as cards get in the air at 5:00 pm ET. If you’re new to PokerGO, subscribe right now.

The fifth edition of the Super High Roller Bowl began two days ago as a 36-player field created a prize pool that eclipsed $10 million. First prize would be reserved at $3,672,000 along with prized possession of the Super High Roller Bowl ring, as the eventual winner would join the likes of Brian Rast (2015), Rainer Kempe (2016), Christoph Vogelsang (2017), and Justin Bonomo (2018), who can all call themselves a Super High Roller Bowl Champion.

In the early hours of Wednesday, the hand-for-hand play continued for roughly three hours as the remaining eight players were incredibly deep. Eventually, it would be the 2018 fourth-place finisher Mikita Badziakouski bubbling the final table when he lost a race holding against Stephen Chidwick‘s to ensure the final seven players of a Super High Roller Bowl V final table spot alongside a guaranteed $540,000 payday.

Leading the final seven players is high rollers regular Isaac Haxton who claimed the chip lead with 2,415,000 in chips after dominating his table on the bubble. Haxton only just edged out Chidwick who finished with 2,405,000 on the back of the Badziakouski elimination. The reigning U.S. Poker Open champion also eliminated Daniel Negreanu in ninth place and will be hoping to parlay this run into his biggest career score-to-date if he can finish in third place or better. Alex Foxen dominated the majority of Day 2 coverage as he was the man behind some of the biggest pots and eliminations. Foxen eliminated both Justin Bonomo and Sean Winter in two of the biggest pots of the tournament, and although his final few levels of the day saw him slip from the top, Foxen still managed to bag the third biggest stack with 1,590,000.

Right on Foxen’s heels is Igor Kurganov who quietly navigated up the leaderboard to end with 1,550,000. The final three players include Talal Shakerchi (995,000), Adrian Mateos (975,000), and reigning Poker Masters Purple Jacket winner Ali Imsirovic (875,000).

Here is a look at the seat draw for Wednesday’s final table:

Super High Roller Bowl V Final Table
Seat Name Country Chip Count
1 Ali Imsirovic United States 875,000
2 Stephen Chidwick United Kingdom 2,405,000
3 Isaac Haxton United States 2,415,000
4 Igor Kurganov Russia 1,550,000
5 Talal Shakerchi United Kingdom 995,000
6 Alex Foxen United States 1,590,000
7 Adrian Mateos Spain 975,000

The cards are expected to be in the air for the Super High Roller Bowl V final table at 4 p.m. ET with the Poker Central team providing continuous live updates to coincide with the exclusive live stream available on PokerGO which will begin at 5 p.m. ET.

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