Super High Roller Bowl is over but the event lives on in the minds of the INSIDERS. Daniel Negreanu, Brandon Adams, and Seth Davies all prepared like their poker life depended on it to play in the $300,000 tournament and all met their respective ends in painful fashion. Now available on
Justin Bonomo continued his record-breaking year by winning another major title on PokerGO. The $10,000 Heads Up Championship Final Four was headlined by the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl winner, who had his second career bracelet in sight.
Bonomo fought off a tough crowd of competitors on PokerGO to win his
PokerGO is your home for World Series of Poker broadcasts and the Event #16 $10,000 Heads Up NLH Championship is live. Day 3 coverage opens with the first semi-final match. Four players remain, including Justin Bonomo. You can start watching $10,000 Heads Up Championship Final Four action below.
Justin Bonomo came
The finale of the Super High Roller Bowl wrapped on PokerGO with a masterful display of poker. Six world champions returned to the PokerGO Studio to play down to a winner in front of a live stream audience. The $5 million first-place prize and eternal glory of winning Super High
After a grueling Day 3 session saw the money bubble burst and the field play down to the final six, PokerGO coverage of the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl continues with an end-to-end broadcast of the final table. Daniel Negreanu, Justin Bonomo, and defending champion Christoph Vogelsang are live on
The 2018 Super High Roller Bowl reached a final table on PokerGO after playing from 14 players down to 6. Daniel Negreanu used the tools he trained with on INSIDERS and as a result, comes into Day 4 second in chips. The $300,000 buy-in results in seven players officially making
The 2018 Super High Roller Bowl continues and Day 3 of the $300,000 buy-in event is currently streaming live on PokerGO. The PokerGO broadcast will pick up the action from the start, meaning end-to-end live coverage of Day 3. Daniel Negreanu will again open the live stream on the feature
The 2018 Super High Roller Bowl continues and Day 2 of the $300,000 buy-in event is currently streaming live on PokerGO. The first level of Day 2 was not streamed but during the opening 90 minutes, Rainer Kempe, Koray Aldemir, and two other Germans were eliminated.
Kempe busted early, while Aldemir
Day 1 of the Super High Roller Bowl streamed on PokerGO with everything a poker fan could ask for. Daniel Negreanu leads the 30 remaining players heading into Monday's Day 2 thanks to a brilliant display performed on the feature table.
The table draw put Negreanu on the feature table next
The 2018 Super High Roller Bowl is officially underway and Day 1 of the $300,000 buy-in event is currently streaming live on PokerGO. The first level of play was not streamed but during the opening 90 minutes, Brian Rast and Antonio Esfandiari were eliminated. Rast busted to Kathy Lehne and