Since debuting in 2015, the Super High Roller Bowl has always featured big names and even bigger stakes. The Super High Roller Bowl is also one of the biggest libraries of content on PokerGO. Over 30 episodes from the first three Super High Roller Bowls are available on-demand, including full event replays from the 2017 edition.
The Super High Roller Bowl first ran in 2015 and featured a $500,000 buy-in. 43 players built up an over $21 million prize pool and some of the world’s best competed. Phil Ivey, Daniel Negreanu, Sam Trickett, and Antonio Esfandiari may have stolen the headlines at the start, but Brian Rast’s name was in lights at the end. Rast outlasted a tough final table that included Erik Seidel, David Peters, and Tom Marchese. He then defeated Scott Seiver heads up to win the 2015 Super High Roller Bowl for $7.525 million.
The second Super High Roller Bowl ran in 2016 and featured a $300,000 buy-in. 49 players built up a $15 million prize pool and some of the world’s best competed. Daniel Negreanu, Antonio Esfandiari, and defending champion Brian Rast may have stolen the headlines at the start, but Rainer Kempe ended in the winner’s circle. Kempe bested a stacked final table that included Erik Seidel, Phil Hellmuth, Matt Berkey, Bryn Kenney, and Dan Shak. He then defeated countryman Fedor Holz heads up for the 2016 Super High Roller Bowl title and $5 million.
The third Super High Roller Bowl ran in 2017 and featured a $300,000 buy-in. 56 players built up a nearly $17 million prize pool and some of the world’s best competed. Kevin Hart, Phil Hellmuth, and Daniel Negreanu may have stolen the headlines at the start, but Christoph Vogelsang ended in the winner’s circle. Vogelsang beat a stacked final table to keep the Super High Roller Bowl title in Germany for a second-straight year. Jake Schindler and Stefan Schillhabel rounded out the podium spots, while Leon Tsoukernik, Byron Kaverman, Pratyush Buddiga, and Justin Bonomo filled out the rest of the final table.
Super High Roller Bowl China is also on-demand, with eleven episodes covering the massive $250,000 buy-in event.
Relive all the action on PokerGO, before the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl begins May 27.