The 2018 Super High Roller Bowl reached a final table on PokerGO after playing from 14 players down to 6. Daniel Negreanu used the tools he trained with on INSIDERS and as a result, comes into Day 4 second in chips. The $300,000 buy-in results in seven players officially making the money with a $90,000 soft bubble.

The first part of the march toward the bubble bursting was a clash between Kahle Burns and Sam Soverel. Both players were on the shorter side entering Day 3 and needed to use chips from the other to make a run. Soverel almost had his moment of daylight with pocket aces but a nasty river sent one of the first major pots of the day over to Burns.

Negreanu is the main attraction heading into the final table but it is Mikita Badziakouski who is the chip leader. Badziakouski won the largest pot of the tournament to double up through Stephen Chidwick midway through Day 3. The hand was a dream scenario for Badziakouski’s aces but he had to survive a treacherous board to double.

That pot pushed Baziakouski up to the top of the leaderboard where he stayed for the rest of the day.

Next to Badziakouski are Negreanu and Justin Bonomo. Bonomo is in search of his second Super High Roller Bowl win of the year after winning Super High Roller Bowl China in March.

Negreanu sat on the feature table for all of Day 3 and gradually chipped up to where he is now. Nick Petrangelo tried to put Negreanu to the test but Negreanu was able to make a great call to gather more chips before the final table.

Negreanu’s INSIDERS co-star Seth Davies climbed as far as he could with a short stack but fell shy of the official money bubble. Davies collects $90,000 back from his initial $300,000 investment.

The last player to go to the rail was Chidwick. After doubling up Badziakouski, Chidwick bled chips until he departed in seventh place, earning $600,000.

Rounding out the final table is last year’s bubbler, Jason Koon. Koon is in the middle of the back between the chip leaders and 2017 champion Christoph Vogelsang.

The Super High Roller Bowl final table airs tomorrow at 4:00 pm ET on PokerGO as the $5 million first-place prize awaits.

Videos from Day 3

Don’t Count Davies Out

Burns Broadways Aces

Burns After Busting Rockets

My Precious

In The Money

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