Just a few weeks ago, Super High Roller Bowl V saw some of the best players in the world compete for the $3.6 million first prize. Isaac Haxton came out on top after battle through a final table that included Igor Kurganov, Alex Foxen, Adrian Mateos, and Stephen Chidwick. One of the players
Christoph Vogelsang found himself all in from the cutoff for about 40,000 on a flop of [js][8c[7s] against David Peters in the small blind. Peters was in the lead with his [ad][jd], but had to fade a lot of cards against Vogelsang's [qs][8s]. Vogelsang needed an eight, queen, or spade to
Rick Salomon raised to 5,500 from the cutoff and Christoph Vogelsang three-bet to 18,500 on the button. Salomon called and they went heads-up to a flop of [qs][8c][8s]. Vogelsang checked and so did Salomon. The turn was the [3c] and Salomon bet 10,000. Vogelsang called. The river was the [2c] and
From under the gun, Stephen Chidwick shoved all in for 21,500 and Christoph Vogelsang isolated from the cutoff for his entire stack of 67,000. Chidwick: [th][tc] Vogelsang: [jc][jd] The dealer spread a [9d][4d][kc][5s][2c] board and Vogelsand eliminated Chidwick and forced him to use his first add on for 100,000.
On a board that read [8s][8c][qc][8d][ks], 2017 Super High Roller Bowl Champion Christoph Vogelsang was put to a decision for the last of his chips by Rick Salomon. Vogelsang eventually made the call tabling [3d][3c] for a full house. Salomon however revealed his [qs][9c] for a bigger full house, and Vogelsang was
Welcome to the ARIA Resort & Casino and the PokerGO Studio for the inaugural Poker Central Live Reporting coverage of the $300,000 buy-in Super High Roller Bowl. Since 2015, four editions of the Super High Roller Bowl have been contested during the action-packed summer of poker in Las Vegas. In a decision
Today, the first 34 names of Super High Roller Bowl V have been announced. The list of players that have made their deposit include all four former champions, reigning champ Justin Bonomo, along with poker superstars Daniel Negreanu and Phil Hellmuth. The confirmed players have a total of $551 million