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Day 1 of the $250,000 buy-in Super High Roller Bowl Bahamas will begin shortly. Players are still registering and those that have are currently congregated around four tournament tables. That group includes Poker Masters winner Sam Soverel, former Super High Roller Bowl winners Isaac Haxton and Justin Bonomo, along with Steve O’Dwyer, Stephen Chidwick, and Alex Foxen.
A list of table assignments will be posted when play begins and Poker Central’s Live Reporting team will follow the action across all three days of play.
Along with the Poker Central live updates from the floor of the Baha Mar Casino, PokerGO coverage will begin at 2 p.m. (PT) / 5 p.m. (ET) on Day 1, and then 11 a.m. (PT) / 2 p.m. (ET) on Day 2 and for the final table.
Welcome to the Baha Mar Casino in Nassau, Bahamas, for Day 1 of the Super High Roller Bowl Bahamas as part of the partypoker LIVE Caribbean Poker Party.
The Caribbean Poker Party has long been established as one the prominent poker stops in the region giving players the unique opportunity to have the holiday of a lifetime on the gorgeous Bahamas beaches, while also having the chance to win millions of dollars. The Caribbean Poker Party is the first tour to host a Super High Roller Bowl branded event with the $250,000 Super High Roller Bowl Bahamas kicking off the 2019 Caribbean Poker Party that consists of 17 events from November 15 – 23.
To view the Caribbean Poker Party schedule, click here.
The Super High Roller Bowl has been played in the cities of Las Vegas, Macau, and London, and now Nassau will join that list. Most recently, Cary Katz defeated the 12-player field at the Aspers Casino in London, England, to collect the £2.1 million first-place prize – the biggest of his career that includes over $25 million in lifetime earnings.
|Year||Event||Buy-In||Winner||Country||Prize (USD)||Entrants||Prize Pool (USD)|
|2015||Super High Roller Bowl||$500,000||Brian Rast||United States||$7,525,000||43||$21,500,000|
|2016||Super High Roller Bowl||$300,000||Rainer Kempe||Germany||$5,000,000||49||$15,000,000|
|2017||Super High Roller Bowl||$300,000||Christoph Vogelsang||Germany||$6,00,000||56||$16,860,000|
|2018||Super High Roller Bowl China||HK$2,100,000||Justin Bonomo||United States||$4,823,077||75||$18,550,297|
|2018||Super High Roller Bowl||$300,000||Justin Bonomo||United States||$5,000,000||48||$14,400,000|
|2018||Super High Roller Bowl V||$300,000||Isaac Haxton||United States||$3,672,000||36||$10,800,000|
|2019||Super High Roller Bowl London||£250,000||Cary Katz||United States||$2,610,317||12||$3,729,024|
In total, seven Super High Roller Bowl champions have been crowned in three countries, and now an eighth will be crowned in just three days time here in the Bahamas. Several players have confirmed that they will partaking in the inaugural Super High Roller Bowl Bahamas as the likes of Kathy Lehne, Giuseppe Iadisernia, Danny Tang, Poker Masters Purple Jacket winner Sam Soverel, Alex Foxen, Chris Hunichen, and Katz are confirmed to be in the field.
At the partypoker LIVE Welcome Party, the likes of Tony G, Paul Phua, Rainer Kempe, and Larry Greenberg were all spotted and will be potential entrants, while players making the trip to the Bahamas include Sean Winter, Ali Imsirovic, Bryn Kenney, Kahle Burns, Nick Petrangelo, Elio Fox, and many other High Roller Triple Crown regulars.
Players partaking in the Super High Roller Bowl Bahamas will begin with 300,000 in starting chips and play ten 60-minute levels on Day 1. Registration is open until the start of Day 2 (approximately 1 p.m. ET on Saturday, November 16) and players are allowed a single re-entry. Day 2 will continue with 60-minute levels until just seven players remain, while Day 3 will play down to the Super High Roller Bowl Bahamas champion.
To view the Super High Roller Bowl Bahamas structure, click here.
Day 1 of the Super High Roller Bowl Bahamas is set to begin at 1 p.m. (ET) with Poker Central providing continuous live updates throughout the entire event and the remainder of the Caribbean Poker Party. Along with the Poker Central live updates from the floor of the Baha Mar Casino, PokerGO coverage will begin at 2 p.m. (PT) / 5 p.m. (ET) on Day 1, and then 11 a.m. (PT) / 2 p.m. (ET) on Day 2 and for the final table.
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We’re in the Bahamas for the Caribbean Poker Party and will begin our live reporting with the Super High Roller Bowl main event.
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