The first Super High Roller Bowl of 2018 is not short on dramatics or excellent poker play. A final table of all pros is now on PokerGO with the last seven standing all looking to get their hands on $4.8 million.

Justin Bonomo starts the action with a massive chip lead and a chance to better his min-cash from the 2017 Super High Roller Bowl. The best of the best are waiting behind him for any chance to gain chips in their title bid.

It’s a mixed bag of European countries in the hunt alongside the United States. Finland, England, and Germany claim representation. Not a familiar face like he once was, Patrik Antonius is still in top form when play starts. Finland’s poker godfather is full of surprises.

Antonius makes one of a select few televised poker appearances since the end of the first edition of Poker After Dark.

Stephen Chidwick continues his hot run in 2018 with a final table at Super Bowl China. The U.S. Poker Open winner is a household name across the world and adds over $1 million to his earnings for the year. Chidwick competes in this year’s Super High Roller Bowl and can earn even more.

Dominik Nitsche and 2016 Super High Roller Bowl winner Rainer Kempe are both in the mix.

ARIA High Roller regulars show well. Bryn Kenney and David Peters both reach the final table and add a seven-figure score to their ever-growing total.

All of these players with the exception of Antonius are in the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl lineup.

If you want an expert clinic on final table play, look no further than this one.

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