Super High Roller Bowl VI was held at the PokerGO Studio at ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, from September 27-29, 2021. The sixth Super High Roller Bowl from Las Vegas attracted 21 entrants and created a $6.3 million prize pool.
The three-day event attracted some of the world's best players as Michael Addamo parlayed his 2021 Poker Masters Purple Jacket victory into his first Super High Roller Bowl victory for $3,402,000 in prize money. At the final table, Addamo defeated three-time Super High Roller Bowl winner Justin Bonomo who finished in second place for $1,890,000, while Sean Winter finished in third place for $1,008,000.
The entire Super High Roller Bowl VI has been edited into six episodes that are available on PokerGO.com now. Day 1 is captured in the first episode, while Day 2 plays out over three episodes. The final table concludes in the final two episodes as Addamo is crowned the champion.
|1||SHRB VI is underway with Michael Addamo holding the chip lead.||Watch Episode 1 Here!|
|2||10 players remain on Day 2 of SHRB VI with Alex Foxen and Justin Bonomo holding the chip lead.||Watch Episode 2 Here!|
|3||Down to eight players with Alex Foxen still in the lead.||Watch Episode 3 Here!|
|4||Justin Bonomo moves to the top as he eyes his fourth SHRB title.||Watch Episode 4 Here!|
|5||Michael Addamo leads on the final day of SHRB VI.||Watch Episode 5 Here!|
|6||Down to three players with Michael Addamo ahead of Justin Bonomo and Sean Winter.||Watch Episode 6 Here!|
Super High Roller Bowl VII will return to the PokerGO Studio from October 5-7 with a $300,000 buy-in, and the world's best players expect to take a seat to compete in the biggest buy-in event of the year.
Each day will be streamed on PokerGO.com with another multi-million dollar first-place prize expected to be awarded to the eventual Super High Roller Bowl VII champion.
|2015||Super High Roller Bowl I||$500,000||43||Brian Rast||$7,525,000|
|2016||Super High Roller Bowl II||$300,000||49||Rainer Kempe||$5,000,000|
|2017||Super High Roller Bowl III||$300,000||56||Christoph Vogelsang||$6,000,000|
|2018||Super High Roller Bowl China||HK$2,100,000||75||Justin Bonomo||HK$37,830,000|
|2018||Super High Roller Bowl IV||$300,000||48||Justin Bonomo||$5,000,000|
|2018||Super High Roller Bowl V||$300,000||36||Isaac Haxton||$3,672,000|
|2019||Super High Roller Bowl London||£250,000||12||Cary Katz||£2,100,000|
|2019||Super High Roller Bowl Bahamas||$250,000||51||Daniel Dvoress||$4,080,000|
|2020||Super High Roller Bowl Australia||AU$250,000||16||Timothy Adams||AU$2,160,000|
|2020||Super High Roller Bowl Russia||$250,000||40||Timothy Adams||$3,600,000|
|2020||Super High Roller Bowl Online||$102,000||50||Justin Bonomo||$1,775,000|
|2021||Super High Roller Bowl Europe||$250,000||41||Wiktor Malinowski||$3,690,000|
|2021||Super High Roller Bowl VI||$300,000||21||Michael Addamo||$3,402,000|
|2022||Super High Roller Bowl Europe||$250,000||32||Jake Schindler||$3,200,000|
PokerGO is available worldwide on all of your favorite devices, including Android phone, Android tablet, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Roku, and Amazon FireTV. You can also stream PokerGO on any web or mobile browser by going to PokerGO.com. You can save $20 off an annual subscription by using the code “SHRB22WEB” at checkout.