The opening day of Super High Roller Bowl China is almost in the books and the final episode of Day 1 action concludes with David Peters and Erik Seidel near the top of the leaderboard. When play concludes, 27 players remain and some of the world’s best players are still in contention for an over $100,000,000 HKD prize pool
More Day 1 action from Super High Roller Bowl China and more big name players have taken their seat on the feature table. High Roller extraordinaire Erik Seidel and 2017 Super High Roller Bowl champion Christoph Vogelsang headline the lineup, while Dan Smith, Sam Greenwood, and David Peters are also in contention.
Phil Ivey and Patrik Antonius headline a new Super High Roller Bowl China feature table. Fedor Holz and Isaac Haxton also join the broadcast, while 2017 GPI Player of the Year Adrian Mateos and 2015 Super High Roller Bowl winner Brian Rast add to the feature table’s firepower as Day 1 hits the midway point.
Day 1 of Super High Roller Bowl China continues and Stephen Chidwick continues to climb the leaderboard. The U.S. Poker Open Champion solidifies himself as one of the tournament’s top stacks, but Australia’s Kahle Burns is also making some noise.
The Super High Roller Bowl has gone abroad and planted its flag in Macau, China. The $2,000,000 HKD buy-in event was capped at 49 players, but with unlimited re-entries, there is sure to be plenty of action through the first day of play. Day 1 of the three-day $100,000,000 HKD guaranteed event begins with U.S. Poker Open Champion Stephen Chidwick at the feature table, along with John Juanda and Timofey Kuznetsov.
Day 2 of Super High Roller Bowl China opens with 27 players remaining and some new faces on the feature table. Poker Masters Champion Steffan Sontheimer makes his debut with an average stack, while Isaac Haxton and Justin Bonomo have each separated themselves at the top of the leaderboard.
The second day of Super High Roller Bowl China continues from Macau. A handful of players have already hit the rail during Day 2, but Isaac Haxton isn’t one of them. The American High Roller continues to climb and eclipses 20 million chips before Fedor Holz and Patrik Antonius rejoin the feature table.
The midway point of Day 2 of Super High Roller Bowl China brings some new figures to the feature table. Americans Jason Koon and Daniel “Jungleman” Cates make debuts, alongside Dominik Nitsche and 2016 Super High Roller Bowl champion Rainer Kempe.
Day 2 is heading to the finish line, but not before the Super High Roller Bowl China bubble bursts and the seven-handed final table is finalized. Justin Bonomo shoots to the top of the leaderboard, while some of the world’s best high stakes players including Patrik Antonius, Rainer Kempe, and Bryn Kenney solidify their position.
The Super High Roller Bowl China final table is set and over $145,000,000 HKD is up for grabs. Justin Bonomo leads the way, but Patrik Antonius, Rainer Kempe, and Dominik Nistche aren’t far behind. Seven players start and five will advance to the Super High Roller Bowl China finale.
Super High Roller Bowl China is set to play to a winner, with five players returning with a chance at a lion’s share of a $145,000,000 HKD prize pool. Justin Bonomo still controls the chip lead, while Patrik Antonius, Rainer Kempe, Dominik Nistche, and Bryn Kenney are in contention.
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