Facts and figures. They make the world go around and, more often than not, tell a story without letting opinions or biases get in the way. Which numbers from today’s Super High Roller Bowl final table, exclusively streaming on PokerGO, tell that story and what quick opinions do we have?

$22,101,060 – Justin Bonomo currently sits just inside the Top 20 of the All-Time Money List, with $16,101,000 but if he can win the 2017 Super High Roller Bowl, Bonomo would shoot into the Top 10. He is the only player that can make that kind of leap but Christoph Vogelsang, Jason Koon, Jake Schindler and Byron Kaverman would move into the Top 25 if they claim the $6 million top prize.

6th – Jason Koon returned for Day 4 with the shortest stack and while his first job will be to make the money, if Koon can record a 6th place finish or better, it would be Koon’s third seven-figure score of the calendar year. His first came last August when he won the $5,000 SHRPO Championship and Koon then opened the year with another $1,000,000-plus result, after winning the $100,000 Super High Roller at the PokerStars Championship Bahamas series.

3 – While the $6 million top prize will be the biggest career score for the entire final table, no matter who claims the Super High Roller Bowl title, three players can eclipse their career earnings mark with final table scores. Pratyush Buddiga has $5,300,000 in career earnings, so only a victory would eclipse his lifetime mark, while Stefan Schillhabel, who has amassed just over $2,400,000, can do so with any podium finish. The only non-pro at today’s final table has $882,000 in career earnings to his name, meaning that Leon Tsoukernik can best that lifetime mark with a 6th or better finish.

$6,190,684 – Martin Staszko, who finished 2nd in the 2011 WSOP Main Event, currently sits atop the Czech Republic All-Time Money List with the above figure and Leon Tsoukernik can pass him with a Super High Roller Bowl victory. The $6 million prize will shoot Tsoukernik to the top of the list, with just five career scores. That means the King’s Casino Rosvadov owner prefers quality over quantity and the same can be said for Christoph Vogelsang. A win for the German, who has under two dozen career live results, would put him 2nd on the German All-Time Money List behind Fedor Holz.

$3,500,000 – Six of the remaining eight players have played the Super High Roller Bowl over the first two installments but only three players, Byron Kaverman, Pratyush Buddiga, pictured above, and Christoph Vogelsang have participated in both the 2015 and 2016 versions of the event. Jason Koon played in 2015 but missed last year and Jake Schindler and Justin Bonomo were only involved in 2016. In total, they’ve put $3.5 million of buy-ins into the Super High Roller Bowl, with the former three returnees guaranteed to recoup their losses with at least 6th place results and Koon, Schindler and Bonomo all getting into the black with min-cashes.

0 – Eight players in the All-Time Money List Top Ten played in the Super High Roller Bowl and none of them could make their way into the money. Brian Rast came the closest, as he returned for Day 3 near the middle of the pack but was unable to navigate his way to the final table. Furthermore, seven more players inside the Top 25 of the All-Time Money List participated and Justin Bonomo was the only player able to make the final table.

240 – The Super High Roller Bowl began at 1 PM PT and the exclusive PokerGO live stream began a half-hour after that. Luckily for those running a little late, four hours after the stream began, you haven’t missed anything. Eight players still remain and are fighting on poker’s biggest money bubble and to get caught up to speed or follow all the action, head to PokerGO.com