Coming soon, the first-ever Super High Roller Bowl Bahamas at Baha Mar! Starting on November 16, this $250,000-entry event slots in amongst the partypoker MILLIONS World and Caribbean Poker Party festivities which runs from November 15th to 24th.
With the finale of the event taking place just four days before Thanksgiving, players and fans alike will be thankful for the Super High Roller Bowl, with some of the best High Roller action on the planet taking place at the stunning Baha Mar Resort, scene of the partypoker MILLIONS events around it, such as MILLIONS World.
Last November, the $250,000 No-Limit Hold’em Super High Roller Championship saw German crusher Steffen Sontheimer conquer the 34-entrant field and take home a career-best result of $3,685,000.
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|16-Nov||5:00||Russian||Super High Roller Bowl Day 1||Link|
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|17-Nov||5:00||English||Super High Roller Bowl Day 2||Link|
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|18-Nov||2:00||English||Super High Roller Bowl Day 3||Link|
|18-Nov||2:00||Russian||Super High Roller Bowl Day 3||Link|
|18-Nov||2:00||Portuguese||Super High Roller Bowl Day 3||Link|
MAKING IT IN MACAU
This isn’t the first time the Super High Roller Bowl has been outside the mainland United States, of course. Back in March, the Super High Roller Bowl left Vegas for the first time in its history as Justin Bonomo won the Macau-based event.
In doing so, Bonomo won $4.8 million after he took down a stacked final table that featured players such as Britain’s number one tournament player, Stephen Chidwick (6th) and all-time money list leader Bryn Kenney (6th). It was Patrik Antonius that Bonomo managed to defeat heads-up.
LONDON CALLED FOR KATZ
When the Super High Roller Bowl returned to Vegas, it would be Bonomo who again triumphed. Here’s what happened when the players took to the felt in last year’s Super High Roller Bowl in Las Vegas:
Later that year, Super High Roller Bowl V was hosted at the PokerGO Studio in Las Vegas where Isaac Haxton recorded his biggest score. The payouts in this 36-player field were as follows.
When the SHRB visited London in September 2019, however, Bonomo was nowhere to be seen. While Sam Soverel had won the British Poker Open, it would be Cary Katz who took down the Super High Roller Bowl, beating Ali Imsirovic heads up to earn the top prize of £2.1 million. Watch that entire final table right here on PokerGO.
A crazy final table ends with a crazy hand and Cary Katz ends up in the Super High Roller Bowl winner's circle!
— PokerGO (@PokerGO) September 15, 2019
The world’s best are expected to partake in the Bahamas at the beautiful Baha Mar Resort including the current top two players on the Global Poker Index, Stephen Chidwick and Alex Foxen. Other highly ranked players such as Sam Soverel, Sean Winter, Timothy Adams, Ali Imsirovic, Justin Bonomo, Bryn Kenney, and Jason Koon are also anticipated to be playing this enormous buy-in event.Who’ll win the Super High Roller Bowl in The Bahamas? That really does depend on the players who take to the felt, but one thing is for sure – the winner will consider the achievement one of their best in poker.
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