The fifth edition of the Super High Roller Bowl was, in part, marked by a debut appearance of one of the game's hottest young players. Poker Masters champion Ali Imsirovic took to the felt with excitement, and on Day 1 he made a bluff against Dan Smith that we can
Reigning Poker Masters champion Ali Imsirovic is continuing his ascend towards poker stardom during Super High Roller Bowl V. During play on Day 1, Imsirovic didn't back down from making some fancy moves and the following hand caught our eye in particular. While the size of the pot in this hand
Alex Foxen raised to 27,000 from middle position and Dan Cates called from the cutoff. Dan Smith moved all in for 100,000 out of the small blind and Foxen moved all in for 127,000. Cates asked for a count on Foxen, got the answer from the dealer, and quickly tossed
Action folded around to Rick Salomon in the small blind, who moved all in and Dan Smith called in the big blind. Smith was all in for his last 18,000 and was behind with his [qs][9c] against Salomon's [qh][js]. The board came [kc][td][7d][4c][3h] and Salomon won the pot with a better
(from the PokerGO Live Stream) From the button, Dan Smith opened to 10,000 holding [kd][js] and Daniel Negreanu called in the big blind holding [8h][7h]. Negreanu checked dark as the dealer spread the [8c][8s][7c] flop. Smith checked behind as the [8d] landed on the turn and Negreanu tossed in 10,000. Smith called, and
(from the PokerGO Live Stream) Action folded to Dominik Nitsche in the small blind, and he moved all in for 36,500. Dan Smith called in the big blind. Nitsche: [td][6d] Smith: [ad][tc] The board ran out [5c][4c][qd][2h][5s] and the Super High Roller Bowl V Satellite winner in Nitsche is eliminated.
(from the PokerGO Live Stream) Dan Smith opened under the gun to 4,500 holding [as][ad] and Jake Schindler three-bet next to act to 14,000 holding [kd][kc]. Smith called, and the flop landed [7h][5c][4s]. Smith checked, Schindler bet 11,000, and Smith called as the [7s] fell on the turn. Smith checked and Schindler bet
(from the PokerGO Live Stream) Dan Smith was all in for his last 78,000 from the cutoff against Dominik Nitsche in the hijack. Smith: [ad][kd] Nitsche: [ts][th] The dealer spread a [ac][kh][5h][5s][9s] board - and as the PokerGO Live Stream Commentator Ali Nejad put it - Smith scooped in the Dollar Shave Double Up.
Dominik Nitsche opened to 2,500 from under the gun, and Dan Smith called next to act. Mikita Badziakouski and Brian Rast called in the blinds, and the dealer spread a [qs][4s][9d] flop. Action checked to Smith who bet out 3,500 and Badziakouski was the only caller as both players checked the [2s]