The feature table provides an inside look at how the game’s greats play all spots that come up as the money bubble approaches. All sights are set on the $4.8 million first-place prize.
The day opens with 27 but there is only space for five in Day 3. The money bubble and final table barrier both break on Day 2 with a ton of exciting action during the barrage of all-ins.
Leading off on PokerGO is Poker Masters champion Steffen Sontheimer, the headliner for the contingent of Germans still in the tournament. Sontheimer is joined by Isaac Haxton and Justin Bonomo when Day 2 play opens.
Bonomo is far from a stranger to the PokerGO stage having played during U.S. Poker Open and last year’s Super High Roller Bowl.
The trio is joined by Fedor Holz and Patrik Antonius, who both have nothing but first-place on their mind. Antonius wrapped up the first edition of Poker After Dark last week and is back on yet another televised table.
A few more superstars climb onto the Macau stage led by 2016 Super High Roller Bowl winner Rainer Kempe. Fellow German and Super High Roller specialist Dominik Nitsche are in action. Jason Koon and Dan ‘Jungleman’ Cates make their debuts as well.
Bryn Kenney climbs into the fray by the end of the night. When it’s all said and done, only five players are left standing for the final day of play.
It’s a smorgasbord of poker talent and it’s all available on PokerGO.
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