Super High Roller Bowl 2016

Coverage of the second Super High Roller Bowl picks up on Day 1 of the $300,000 buy-in event. $15 million is up for grabs, as Brian Rast attempts to defend his title against the best players the poker world has to offer.
The Super High Roller Bowl moves to Day 2 and while poker legends Daniel Negreanu and Phil Hellmuth headline the field, "Kid Poker" falls and Fedor Holz bosses the feature table.
Day 2 of the Super High Roller Bowl continues and Phil Hellmuth steals the show. "The Poker Brat" talks Fedor Holz, Erik Seidel and the rest of the feature table into submission and gets one day closer to the final table.
49 players started the Super High Roller Bowl but just 16 remain at the start of Day 3. Matt Berkey holds a massive chip lead and he'll have his work cut out to keep it, as a stacked field plays down to the final two tables.
With ten players remaining, the Super High Roller Bowl continues to work towards the final table. Chip leader Matt Berkey hasn't slowed down and Phil Hellmuth breaks out all the stops at the feature table.
The Super High Roller Bowl is at the final table but the biggest bubble of the year still needs to burst. Most would play a $600,000 bubble cautiously, but Rainer Kempe and Dan Smith's collision can't be avoided.
Germany's Rainer Kempe and Fedor Holz lead the Super High Roller Bowl final table but five others, including Phil Hellmuth, have their eyes on the $5 million first place prize.
$15 million is up for grabs at the Super High Roller Bowl final table and there is plenty of action as half of the final table hits the rail.
Three remain but only one will be crowned Super High Roller Bowl champion and walk away with $6 million. The biggest tournament of the year plays to a winner, with two German's leading the way.
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