Super High Roller Bowl is six weeks away from opening and today on PokerGO, the first day of Super High Roller Bowl China hits the airwaves. The HKD $2,000,000 buy-in produced a guarantee of HKD $100 million and brought out poker’s best professionals to Macau.

The Day 1 live stream is nothing short of jaw-dropping with the sheer poker talent involved. There are multiple headliners and leading the first wave is U.S. Poker Open Champion Stephen Chidwick.

Watch highlights of Chidwick’s expert play exclusively on PokerGO.

The pride of Great Britain is on center stage looking to continue his high roller heater in 2018. He’s joined by 2015 Super High Roller Bowl final tablist Timofey Kuznetsov, who makes a rare live poker appearance during the event.

Poker Hall of Famer John Juanda joins the group and makes his another appearance in a Super High Roller Bowl after playing in 2017.

Ali Nejad and Jeremy Ausmus call all of the action and give the action the full PokerGO treatment.

More elites join the live stream later in the day including Poker After Dark foes Patrik Antonius and Phil Ivey. The table gets even tougher when Fedor Holz, Adrian Mateos, and 2015 Super High Roller Bowl champion Brian Rast sit down.

Ivey makes a rare live streamed appearance and for Antonius, he gets the ball rolling toward one of the best scores in his esteemed poker career.

Day 1 gets even more heated later in the day when 2017 Super High Roller Bowl winner Christoph Vogelsang gets in the mix along with another Hal of Famer in Erik Seidel.

Last but certainly not least are David Peters, Sam Greenwood, Australian superstar and 2018 Super High Roller Bowl lottery winner Kahle Burns.

When Day 1 ends, only 27 are left to compete over the growing prize pool of HKD $100 million ($13.5 USD).

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