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Over the last few months, “Throwback Hands” has captured and analyzed some of Poker After Dark’s best moments. Big names, big pots, big bluffs, and more have been featured, but it is time to turn our attention to the world’s biggest event. In the build up of the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl, Poker Central is throwing it back, with some of the Super High Roller Bowl’s most memorable hands. Dive in, play along, and relive all the action on PokerGO, before the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl begins on May 27. 

Decisions are always amplified at final tables and massive pay jumps add even more pressure at the Super High Roller Bowl final table. One or two decisions could be the difference between millions of dollars and this installment of “Throwback Hands” shows how a river decision played a crucial role in the 2015 Super High Roller Bowl.

The two short stacks clash in a button versus big blind battle, where the flop and turn play out as planned. That quickly changes on the river though, when Peters leads and Drinan decides he doesn’t want to chop. Drinan puts Peters to the test for the rest of his stack and the 2016 GPI Player of the Year is forced to make a decision for his tournament life.

Watch how the hand plays out and then relive all the action from the 2015 Super High Roller Bowl with on-demand event replays on PokerGO.

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