A little over a week ago we saw Cary Katz take home his biggest career score, after winning Super High Roller Bowl London. The $2.6 million score bumped Katz into the 18th spot on the all-time money list, solidifying his case as a future Poker Hall of Famer. Katz overcame one
Anyone who watched the Super High Roller Bowl London final day take place on PokerGO will have enjoyed the incredible footage as Cary Katz took down the £2.1 million top prize, beating Ali Imsirovic to the trophy. CHIDWICK STARS DESPITE BUSTING IN FOURTH Despite not winning the event, or cashing by reaching
Stephen Chidwick was all-in with [Kd8s] against Cary Katz's [9d3s]. The board of [Ad8c5hAsKh] doubled Chidwick up to just 85,000. Next, Chidwick moved all-in on the flop of [7s4dJd] with [7d5s] and was called by Imsirovic with [7d6h] and Cary Katz with [KhQc]. Katz and Imsirovic checked the [9s] turn, but Katz didn't
Stephen Chidwick called with [AsQh] and Ali Imsirovic shoved all-in with [TcTd] for 615,000. Chidwick made the call with just 55,000 more behind. The board of [4d7cTs5d8h] saw Imsirovic double to 1.3m and the near-faultless Chidwick slip to just over one big blind. It's tough timing for Chidwick, as players now go
Cary Katz called, Chidwick raised and Katz moved all-in for 615,000 with [6c6s]. Chidwick called it off ith [AhKd]. The board of [Td9hTh6d4d] saw Katz fill up on the turn to move into the chip lead!
Chidwick made it 40,000 pre-flop with [AdJc] and he was called by Christoph Vogelsang with [8d7c]. Chidwick flopped the nuts when it came [QhKcTc] and, checked to by Vogelsang, c-bet to 70,000 to take it down. With the Kent man leading the Super High Roller Bowl here at Aspers, could Stephen Chidwick
Stephen Chidwick has dominated periods of today's final, and he raised to 40,000 with [Ad7s]. Christoph Vogelsang, who came into the day with the clear chip lead and is now jockeying with the Brit for supremacy, called with [6c6h]. Both men checked the [2c2sTc] flop, as well as the [Ah] -