Peters Wins With Big Slick

Sam Greenwood made it 12,000 with [Ah6h] and Cary Katz called with [Tc7c]. David Peters, however, held [AdKh] and he was in no mood to hang around, raising all-in for 122,000 and raking in the pot to add 25% or so to his stack.

Welcome to the Final Day of Super High Roller Bowl London

Just seven players remain in the hunt for the Super High Roller Bowl here at Aspers Casino and favorite to take the title is the overnight chip leader, Christoph Vogelsang. The German player impressed across a high-quality Day 1 of play, in which players such as four-time WPT champion Darren

Christoph Vogelsang Leads Super High Roller Bowl London Final Table

Christoph Vogelsang leads the final table of Super High Roller Bowl London.

The final table is set for the final table of Super High Roller Bowl London! Christoph Vogelsang, winner of the Super High Roller Bowl in 2017, is the chip leader as seven players remain including Poker Masters champion Ali Imsirovic and former U.S. Poker Open champion. Two places will get

Peters Wants it All

David Peters raised with [Ad9c] to 14,000 and was called by Sam Greenwood [AsXx], Christoph Vogelsang with [QcTc] and Cary Katz with [6d4h]. The flop of [8h7hJh] saw everyone check The turn of [Td] gave David Peters the straight, and he bet 20,000 to take it down. David Peters could go into

Peters Triples Up, Imsirovic Survives

David Peters moved all-in pre-flop with [Tc9c] and Cary Katz made the call for 91,000 with [7s7d]. When Ali Imsirovic made an all-in move with [AsKd], Katz made something of a crying call to put him at risk too. The board played out [8cKc6c5d2d] to see David Peters triple up and

Chipcounts at the Break

With just one more level due to be played, seven players still remain in the hunt for the £2.1 million top prize. Here are their chips.