Viktor Blom is absolutely unstoppable in the 2020 Super High Roller Bowl Online Series as he booked his third win last night while Sam Greenwood took down the $25,000 event for $399,000. Blom extended his overall lead, bringing his earnings up to over $1.5 million while his nearest rival, Artur
The Super High Roller Bowl Online Series action on partypoker continues to be massive with Justin Bonomo locking up a major win in Event #11. Bonomo defeated Artur Martirosian heads up to claim the $622,634 top prize which vaulted him into fifth on the overall standings. The clubhouse leader, Viktor
The pot that did the damage to Matthias Eibinger saw him three-bet Artur Martirosyan preflop to 80,000 with [AhTs], Martirosyan calling out of position. On a [9c5s7d] flop, Martirosyan called Eibinger's continuation bet of 36,000 having flopped top pair with [ks9s]. He check-called 120,000 on the [4d] turn, too, then
Matthias Eibinger has doubled through Seth Davies, after turning trips on a board of [6c5h9d9s] with [Td9h], Davies setting him all in for 163,000 total with a pair of fives after Eibinger led out this street for 42,000. The [4x] river was an irrelevance; the Austrian in the bright orange
Paul Phua has already made three final tables at the partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Super High Roller Series this week in Sochi, but a title has proven elusive – until today. Returning as the shortest-stacked player from nine finalists, he started the day with a double up and never looked back.
Paul Phua raised his button again to 400,000 with [As8s], called by Matthias Eibinger with [8hTh]. Eibinger proceeded to check call starting with the [Ah8c9d] flop (250,000), then the [Kd] turn (500,000) and finally went into the tank when Phua, with a comfortable two pair, set him in for just
Paul Phua (and the deck) are putting pressure on Matthias Eibinger, who nevertheless has been holding his head above water, swapping small pots to maintain the chip status quo. He did just lose a 1.5 million chip pot, however, calling a raise to 400,000 preflop with [8d6d] (button Phua held
A tense moment for Paul Phua just now, as he jammed on Matthias Eibinger yet again with [As5d], only to find his opponent calling with a dominating [Ad9s], saying, "I'm going for it!" The [AcKc7d] flop showed a glimmer of chop-pot hope for Phua, as did the [Kd]; it glowed brightly