Super High Roller Bowl 2015

Coverage of the inaugural Super High Roller Bowl picks up on Day 2 of the $500,000 buy-in event. 24 players are still alive and chip leader David Peters steals the show.
Less than 20 players remain in the Super High Roller Bowl but only seven will get a piece of a $21.5 million prize pool. The short stacks are the main focus and the "all-in" button gets some work.
The battle wages on, as the Super High Roller Bowl reaches the final two tables. Brian Rast catches some big hands and late heat to rocket to the top of the leaderboard.
The Brian Rast Show continues on Day 2 of the Super High Roller Bowl. The chip leader separate himself from the field and short stacks Ben Lamb and Tom Marchese try to claw their way to the final table.
The Super High Roller Bowl nears the final table and decisions are magnified with a $860,000 bubble weighing on the entire field.
The final table of the Super High Roller Bowl is set and there is $21.5 million up for grabs. Brian Rast holds the chip lead and while a few fall, Connor Drinan rises to get himself back into contention.
Four remain but only one will be crowned Super High Roller Bowl champion and walk away with $7.5 million. The biggest tournament of the year plays to a winner, with massive pay jumps making each hand more important than the last.
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