We owed you guys one! Here’s the photo recap of the eighth day of action during which Stephen Chidwick once again showed that he’s one of the biggest names in the game!

While it’s impossible, after the Day 9 action, for anyone to catch Sam Soverel, let’s relive Day 8 and all its highlights.

Soverel has now five cashes through 9 events, two wins, two runner-up finishes and a third-place, putting himself way out in front. On the eighth day of action, two winners were crowned as Soverel took down the non-televised single-day £25k High Roller for nearly £280,000.

The day started with Stephen Chidwick making history, as he became the first player to ever win both a British Poker Open event and a US Poker Open event. Chidwick conquered a tough opponent in George Wolff, who won the £10K PLO earlier in the series. Watch this event right here.
Unfortunately for Ben Tollerene, he was the bubble boy in Event #8.
High Roller crusher, Steve O’Dwyer, made a run here in Event #8, eventually finishing runner up to Soverel. O’Dwyer took home a nice £97,500 for his run. 
The British Poker Open may need to be renamed the Soverel Poker Open after the display Sam Soverel has put on this week. 5 cashes in 8 events, with over £750,000 in earnings thus far. Can anyone slow down the Soverel momentum before Super High Roller Bowl London? 
Stephen Chidwick, Sam Soverel, Steve O'Dwyer, Ben Tollerene