400 / 1,000
Big Blind Ante
Welcome to the PokerGO Studio at ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, for Day 1 of Super High Roller Bowl VI.
The Super High Roller Bowl is the longest-running highest buy-in tournament in the world which began in July 2015 when Brian Rast won the inaugural $500,000 buy-in Super High Roller Bowl for $7,525,000. Champions to follow in Rast’s footsteps included Rainer Kempe, Christoph Vogelsang, Justin Bonomo, and most recently, Isaac Haxton in December 2018. The Super High Roller Bowl has also expanded internationally to Macau, London, Bahamas, Australia, Russia, and most recently North Cyprus where Wiktor Malinowski joined Bonomo, Cary Katz, Daniel Dvoress, and Timothy Adams as Super High Roller Bowl World champions.
Justin Bonomo stands alone on the top of all the Super High Roller Bowl statistics with three victories, five total cashes, and more than $12.7 million in winnings. The only other player with multiple Super High Roller Bowl victories is Timothy Adams who won in Australia and Russia to open 2020. David Peters cashed for the fourth time in North Cyprus to sit second behind Bonomo, while Vogelsang, Adams, Erik Seidel, and Stephen Chidwick are all tied for three Super High Roller Bowl cashes.
Players will begin with 300,000 in starting chips and levels are 90-minutes in duration with a 10-minute break after every level and the 30-second poker shot clock is in play with players receiving nine 30-second time extensions each day. Day 1 will play six levels, while Day 2 will play down to the final table of seven with a winning crowned on the final day.
This tournament is part of the PokerGO Tour with players earning points based on the amount they cash for. The full PokerGO Tour schedule can be found here, and the current PokerGO Tour presented by Guaranteed Rate leaderboard is available here.
Following a successful campaign during the recent U.S. Poker Open, PokerGO Cup, and Poker Masters, the partnership between PokerGO and SuperDraft continues for Super High Roller Bowl VI which will see daily fantasy poker and real money contests. To celebrate the partnership, SuperDraft has the “PokerGO” promo code that offers a $50 deposit match that pairs with a $20 global bonus to give new users $70 in instant SuperCash! For more information on the SuperDraft and Poker Masters contests, click here.
Cards are expected to be in the air for Day 1 at 12 p.m. PT on Monday, September 27, from the PokerGO Studio. The PokerGO News Live Reporting Team will be on-site providing exclusive live updates throughout the tournament. So stay tuned here to follow along with the live coverage, and make sure to tune in to watch the feature table play out on PokerGO.com from 6 p.m. PT.
The Super High Roller Bowl began in 2015 and has become a staple on the high roller poker calendar attracting the game’s biggest names and awarding millions of dollars.
After beginning in Las Vegas, the exclusive Super High Roller Bowl has been to London, China, Russia, Australia, and the Bahamas, and in August, it made its debut in North Cyprus with the inaugural $250,000 buy-in Super High Roller Bowl Europe.
With over $138 million in prize money awarded in Super High Roller Bowl events, winners have taken home more than $48 million. Timothy Adams won back-to-back titles in Australia and Russia, while Justin Bonomo has won three Super High Roller Bowl titles to lead all Super High Roller Bowl leaderboards.
Super High Roller Bowl Winners
|2015||Super High Roller Bowl I||$500,000||43||Brian Rast||$7,525,000|
|2016||Super High Roller Bowl II||$300,000||49||Rainer Kempe||$5,000,000|
|2017||Super High Roller Bowl III||$300,000||56||Christoph Vogelsang||$6,000,000|
|2018||Super High Roller Bowl China||HK$2,100,000||75||Justin Bonomo||HK$37,830,000|
|2018||Super High Roller Bowl IV||$300,000||48||Justin Bonomo||$5,000,000|
|2018||Super High Roller Bowl V||$300,000||36||Isaac Haxton||$3,672,000|
|2019||Super High Roller Bowl London||£252,500||12||Cary Katz||£2,100,000|
|2019||Super High Roller Bowl Bahamas||$250,000||51||Daniel Dvoress||$4,080,000|
|2020||Super High Roller Bowl Australia||A$250,000||16||Timothy Adams||A$2,160,000|
|2020||Super High Roller Bowl Russia||$250,000||40||Timothy Adams||$3,600,000|
|2020||Super High Roller Bowl Online||$102,000||50||Justin Bonomo||$1,775,000|
|2021||Super High Roller Bowl Europe||$250,000||41||Wiktor Malinowski||$3,690,000|
Top Super High Roller Bowl Money Earners
|Rank||Player||Wins||Biggest Single Cash||Total Money Won|
Most Super High Roller Bowl Cashes
|1||Justin Bonomo||5||2||David Peters||4|
You're all caught up!
No more pages to load