Today, for the very first time, poker fans from all around the world will be able to follow the Poker Central Live Reporting of the Super High Roller Bowl V right here along with the exclusive PokerGO live stream.
Cards will be in the air at 5:00 p.m. ET inside the PokerGO
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
On Monday, cards will go in the air for the third Super High Roller Bowl of 2018 after its first ever edition in Macau and the fifth edition in Las Vegas in May. Since winning this event in 2016, Rainer Kempe has yet to miss one and he'll continue to
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
Today, Poker Central is excited to announce that the fifth edition of the Super High Roller Bowl will take place on December 17-19 at the PokerGO Studio, shaking up the poker calendar. Traditionally, the Super High Roller Bowl took place in May but will now find its permanent home in
NBC Sports is your home for high stakes poker action on TV, and tonight you'll get to watch the first final table of the 2018 Poker Masters! This past September PokerGO brought you exclusive live coverage of the 2018 Poker Masters, and today the first of seven final tables will
At the 2018 Poker Masters Short Deck Poker was introduced in a high stakes tournament series in Las Vegas, as the $10,000 buy-in tournament drew 55 entries creating a first prize of $176,000 for hungry vets of the game such as Gabe Patgorski and Jason Koon while newcomers to the
The Poker Masters is in full swing and Brent Hanks and Remko Rinkema are joined by no less than five players on this podcast!
1:30 – Recapping the first two events of the Poker Masters as David Peters and Brandon Adams took down the $10,000 NLHE and $25,000 NLHE.
Rainer Kempe’s chase to become the next Poker Masters champion began with a 150 point effort in the opening $10,000 No Limit Hold'em event. Germany and the PokerGO Studio go together like a hot day in Las Vegas and Kempe nudged toward matching Steffen Sontheimer’s gold medal performance from 2017.
Poker Masters opened on PokerGO this Saturday with the $10,000 final table. David Peters beat a competitive group of 69 entrants to win the $193,200 first-place prize on the PokerGO live stream. Peters adds to his U.S. Poker Open win from a few months ago and takes the early lead