The second final table of the 2018 World Series of Poker to air on PokerGO was a big one. 105 entrants put up $100,000 to enter the WSOP High Roller to compete over one of the largest prize pools of the summer. An elite class of poker talent assembled among the final six with Nick Petrangelo leading the way.

Last week, Petrangelo reached the final table of the Super High Roller Bowl and cashed in sixth place. This result exceeded that one as Petrangelo locked up his second career bracelet in a swift finish. Relive the entire final table right now.

Right away, Petrangelo asserted his dominance. Elio Fox entered with a chance to win his second bracelet of the summer, following up on his win in the $10,000 Super Turbo Bounty. Petrangelo caged Fox to open Day 4 action and grew his lead from there.

Stephen Chidwick also made the Super High Roller Bowl final table but had to settle for a disappointing seventh. Short stacked at the $100,000 finale, Chidwick did his best to spin it up but an unfortunate river would be his demise.

Petrangelo grabbed a strong advantage when he eliminated Andreas Eiler in fourth place. Eiler flopped trips but Petrangelo had him one-upped with a full house. The chips went in and Petrangelo conquered another foe.

England’s Aymon Hata earned the bronze medal and then Petrangelo and Fox were heads up for the bracelet.

As they did for the full final table, the cards went Petrangelo’s way only one player from victory. Petrangelo closed out the match shortly after it commenced to earn the $2.91 million first-place prize.

The complete WSOP on PokerGO streaming schedule can be found here. Next up is the $10,000 Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better final table on Tuesday, June 5. Twitch is the home of over five weeks of WSOP action as well. Day 2 of the $1,500 No Limit Hold’em Big Blind Ante streams on Wednesday, June 6.

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2018 WSOP $100,000 High Roller Payouts
Name Country Payout
1 Nick Petrangelo USA $2,910,277
2 Elio Fox USA $1,798,658
3 Aymon Hata UK $1,247,230
4 Andreas Eiler Germany $886,793
5 Bryn Kenney USA $646,927
6 Stephen Chidwick USA $484,551
7 Jason Koon USA $372,894
8 Adrian Mateos Spain $295,066
9 Fedor Holz Germany $240,265
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