The ARIA High Roller Series continued at the PokerGO Studio at ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, with four more events playing out as part of the full schedule, which will run through July 8, 2024.

The opening two 2024 ARIA High Roller Series events were $5,100 buy-in Pot-Limit Omaha tournaments and were won by Tyler Brown, while Vasil Medarov and Yuriy Boyko chopped. The next four were $10,100 buy-ins that were held alongside the WSOP Event #66: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Championship.

Event #3 attracted 51 entrants and created a prize pool of $510,000. India's Kavin Shah emerged victorious after defeating PGT PLO Series winner Stephen Hubbard to capture the $168,300 first-place prize and inaugural PGT title. PGT regulars Michael Duek, Fernando Habegger, Vasil Medarov, Eelis Parssinen, and Artem Maksimov all finished in the money.

2024 ARIA High Roller Series Event #3: $10,100 Pot-Limit Omaha Results

Place Player Country Prize PGT Points
1st Kavin Shah India $168,300 168
2nd Stephen Hubbard United States $107,100 107
3rd Michael Duek United States $71,400 71
4th Gruffudd Pugh-Jones United Kingdom $51,000 51
5th Fernando Habegger Austria $40,800 41
6th Vasil Medarov Bulgaria $30,600 31
7th Eelis Parssinen Finland $20,400 20
8th Artem Maksimov Russia $20,400 20

Event #4 attracted 29 entrants and created a $290,000 prize pool. Veselin Karakitukov and Eelis Parssinen did a heads-up chop with the Bulgarian taking home the lion's share of the prize pool of $96,140 to Parssinen's $92,360.

2024 ARIA High Roller Series Event #4: $10,100 Pot-Limit Omaha Results

Place Player Country Prize PGT Points
1st Veselin Karakitukov Bulgaria $96,140 96
2nd Eelis Parssinen Finland $92,360 92
3rd Jonas Kronwitter Austria $46,400 46
4th Philip Wiszowaty United States $31,900 32
5th Juha Helppi Finland $23,200 23

On Day 2 of the Pot-Limit Omaha Championship at the WSOP, a 40-entrant field in Event #5 created a prize pool of $400,000. Russia's Artur Martirosyan claimed his third victory of 2024, and his first of the 2024 PGT season by defeating Matthew Wantman heads-up to claim the $144,000 first-place prize.

2024 ARIA High Roller Series Event #5: $10,100 Pot-Limit Omaha Results

Place Player Country Prize PGT Points
1st Artur Martirosyan Russia $144,000 144
2nd Matthew Wantman United States $96,000 96
3rd Adam Wessley United States $60,000 60
4th Dylan Weisman United States $44,000 44
5th Kilian Loffler Germany $32,000 32
6th Martin Dam Denmark $24,000 24

The final event of this stretch of Pot-Limit Omaha high rollers saw Patrik Jaros defeat Tom Aksell-Bedell heads-up to win the $144,000 first-place prize. PGT regulars Stephen Chidwick and Sean Winter finished third and fourth, respectively. 

2024 ARIA High Roller Series Event #6: $10,100 Pot-Limit Omaha Results

Place Player Country Prize PGT Points
1st Patrik Jaros Czech Republic $144,000 144
2nd Tom Aksell-Bedell Norway $96,000 96
3rd Stephen Chidwick United Kingdom $60,000 60
4th Sean Winter United States $44,000 44
5th Ben Tollerene United States $32,000 32
6th Farid Jattin Colombia $24,000 24

PGT Leaderboard Top 10 

Rank Player PGT Points Wins Cashes Winnings
1st Daniel Negreanu 1,645 2 14 $2,004,231
2nd Jeremy Ausmus 1,368 0 14 $3,403,782
3rd Dylan Weisman 1,345 3 13 $1,375,099
4th David Coleman 1,336 4 12 $1,052,369
5th Aram Zobian 1,131 2 11 $1,000,090
6th Chris Hunichen 1,050 1 2 $5,235,701
7th Chance Kornuth 1,041 0 4 $2,385,298
8th Nick Schulman 1,035 1 9 $1,912,611
9th Viktor Blom 1,000 0 3 $2,291,709
10th Jesse Lonis 953 1 11 $1,149,706

These are the leaderboard standings as of Saturday, June 29, 2024. The complete and current PGT leaderboard is at pgt.com/leaderboard.

The next set of ARIA High Roller Series events run on July 1-2, with a $15,100 buy-in Pot-Limit Omaha tournament on Monday, followed by a $5,100 Pot-Limit Omaha tournament on Tuesday. Following that from July 4-8 will be five $10,100 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em tournaments. Each event begins at 2 p.m. PT, with registration ending at approximately 6:30 p.m. PT. Players in the registration line by 2 p.m. PT will qualify for a fee discount on their first entry. Levels will be 30 minutes in duration with eight levels of registration and a break every four levels. Entering at the start of Level 9 will see players begin the 3,000/6,000 blind level with 125,000 in chips.

The PGT shot clock will be 20 seconds preflop and 30 seconds postflop. Time extensions will be distributed according to a player's entry point in the tournament; entering before the first break will yield players eight-time extensions while entering afterward will yield players with six-time extensions. Additional time extensions will be distributed to players in the money if the field exceeds 71 entrants (2-time extensions) or 85 entrants (3-time extensions). The final seven players will receive six (6) additional time extensions, and the final table redraw is also at seven players.

The ARIA High Roller Series is part of the 2024 PGT season with players earning PGT points based on the amount they cash for. The Top 40 eligible players, as ranked by the PGT leaderboard at the end of the season, will qualify for the season-ending PGT Championship $1,000,000 freeroll. Players who do not qualify for the PGT Championship will have additional opportunities throughout the year to win a Dream Pass into the PGT Championship Dream Seat Invitational, qualifying six players into the PGT Championship via a Dream Seat.

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