The 2015 Super High Roller Bowl Cash Game is a stroll down memory lane of some of the first major events to come to Poker Central. The grand finale to the series is a massive game with an elite group of businessmen taking to the felt to battle for the millions on the table. Blinds open at $300/$600 and straddles to $1,200 start right away with every player buying in for at least $250,000.

Most of the poker pros are out from the first two sets of episodes, and it is now the business wizards who get their chance to face off.

Poker titans are on display on PokerGO with the legendary Mr. Bobby Baldwin taking a rare seat. Mr. Baldwin needs no introduction and is the clear table captain from the moment play starts. The former World Series of Poker Main Event champion makes the most of his limited appearances. One of those includes a final table finish in the first-ever Big One For One Drop.

Other Super High Rollers in the game include recent Poker After Dark favorite Rick Salomon. The “Perks of the Trade” star introduced the world to the “sleeper straddle” then and is not afraid to lay it all on the line here, either.

Speaking of Perkins, the frequent high roller cash game participant holds down the fort and keeps the table on edge. Perkins and Salomon clash on a few occasions with close to $1 million hanging in the balance.

John Morgan and Bill Klein are both at the ARIA felt, as well. Both businessmen have their fair share of televised poker experience and participated in the first-ever Super High Roller Bowl.

A few more Poker After Dark faces join in including Jean Robert-Bellande, Brandon Steven, and Antonio Esfandiari. ‘The Magician’ takes an empty seat in the final two episodes and goes right to work to liven the action.

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