Obviously you watched the Super High Roller Bowl unfold in real time last May as PokerGO provided you with wall-to-wall coverage of the most prestigious event of the year. Oh, you didn’t? You missed some of it? All of it? Or perhaps you loved it so much that you’re eager to have your memories refreshed? Don’t fret, PokerGO is also your go to spot for on-demand viewing.
The Super High Roller Bowl returns with it’s fifth edition on December 17th for three straight days of crazy action with the biggest names and best players live on PokerGO. Check out the full details of the upcoming event right here.
This weeks edition of the Weekend Binge Watch centers around the most recent edition of the Super High Roller Bowl, all four days of which are available on-demand on PokerGO. The 2018 edition of this event drew a sold-out crowd of 48 to create a prize pool of $14.4 million and a $5 million first prize. As expected with a field like this, the final table was stacked, but the road to locking down one of those highly coveted seats started with Day 1 inside the PokerGO Studio.
Catch Day 1 coverage of the 2018 Super High Roller by clicking the link. The first day of play saw a feature table that included Daniel Negreanu, Doug Polk, Talal Shakerchi, Fedor Holz, Andreas Eiler, and Rainer Kempe. With roaming cameras covering the outer tables, you’re guaranteed to not miss a single elimination.
On Day 2 it was Daniel Negrenau who started with the chip lead folowed by Jason Koon and Steffen Sontheimer. The feature table featured exciting clashes between the big stacks of Bryn Kenney and Negreanu, while Kahle Burns, Brandon Adams and John Andress battled under the bright lights as well. Fun fact! Day 2 also featured none other than Phil Ivey who was in contention for most of the day.
The second day went in the books with the emergense of Justin Bonomo who bagged the chip lead over Stephen Chidwick and Seth Davies who was featured on INSIDERS to follow his journey in hopes of Super High Roller Bowl success. Day 3 started with just 14 players and saw a thrilling bubble that included many of the game’s biggest names square off including international flavor provided by Sergio Aidio, Kahle Burns, Steffen Sontheimer and the aforementioned Chidwick.
And then the Final Table was set! Watch the final table of the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl in the player below headlined by Daniel Negreanu and Justin Bonomo.
- Stephen Chidwick’s Dominant U.S. Poker Open Performance
- All Things Jean-Robert Bellande
- Ryan Tosoc Rise
- Will Justin Bonomo Ever Lose Again?
- A Poker Masters Deep Dive!
- Relive the 2017 Poker Masters
- The Life-Changing Little One for One Drop
- Mixing it Up with Ohel and Glantz
- Elezra and Volpe Put on a Show
- High Rollers Clash at the WSOP!
- Everything Phil Hellmuth!
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