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  1. Justin Bonomo is having himself quite a year and that theme continued on Wednesday night as he defeated a final table that included Daniel Negreanu, Jason Koon and Christoph Vogelsang to win the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl for $5,000,000. The win comes just over two months after he won the Super High Roller Bowl China event for $4.8 million. He’s now won $13.9 million in 2018 from 16 cashes, including six victories. Nick Petrangelo started Day 4 with the second smallest stack and any hope of turning that into a long day was taken away on the first hand of play. Petrangelo raised from the cutoff to 50,000 before Jason Koon re-raised to 130,000 from the button. Petrangelo moved all in for 400,000 and Koon called. Petrangelo showed [poker card="tc"][poker card="ts"] but found nothing but bad news when Koon tabled [poker card="qc"][poker card="qs"]. The board ran out [poker card="ac"][poker card="ks"][poker card="5s"][poker card="8s"][poker card="qh"] to eliminate Peterangelo in sixth place. It took another two hours before the next player was sent to the rail. Down to just seven big blinds, Christoph Vogelsang moved all in from the small blind and Mikita Badziakouski happily called from the big blind and flipped over [poker card="jd"][poker card="js"] while Vogelsang, the defending champion, wasn’t quite drawing dead with [poker card="qc"][poker card="6c"]. The [poker card="kc"][poker card="6h"][poker card="5c"] flop gave Vogelsang all kinds of hope, but the neither the [poker card="9h"] turn or [poker card="8d"] river fulfilled that hope and Vogelsang was out in fifth place. Four-handed play lasted nearly 5.5 hours before Bonomo and Badziakouski clashed in a blind vs. blind battle. Bonomo raised to 140,000 from the small blind and Badziakouski defended his big. The flop came [poker card="th"][poker card="9c"][poker card="3s"] Badziakouski called Bonomo’s bet of 225,000. The turn was the [poker card="4c"] and Bonomo bet 475,000 before Badziakouski moved all in for 1,500,000. Bonomo snap-called and turned over [poker card="kd"][poker card="tc"] while Badziakouski showed [poker card="td"][poker card="8s"] which put him behind. The river was the [poker card="2h"] and Badziakouski, who began the day with the chip lead, was eliminated in fourth place. The final three players had roughly the same stacks before Koon lost 80% of his chips to Bonomo after both players flopped two pair. Koon was unable to spin his stack up and was eliminated by Bonomo just a few hands later. When heads-up play began, Bonomo had 80% of the chips in play and over the next 90 minutes, he never relinquished the lead before finally finishing off Negreanu. Bonomo raised to 200,000 from the button and Negreanu called. The flop came [poker card="9h"][poker card="7h"][poker card="6d"] and Negreanu checked. Bonomo bet 160,000 and Negreanu responded with a raise to 500,000. Bonomo kept the throttle on and made it 1,250,000 to go, forcing Negreanu into the tank. After a minute to consider his options, Negreanu moved all in for 4,400,000 and Bonomo snap-called and turned over [poker card="9d"][poker card="9s"] for top set while Negreanu showed [poker card="8c"][poker card="7d"] for an open-ended straight draw. The turn was the [poker card="ks"] and the river was the [poker card="6c"], giving Bonomo an unneeded full house and his second Super High Roller Bowl title of 2018. Payouts Justin Bonomo - $5,000,000 Daniel Negreanu - $3,000,000 Jason Koon - $2,100,000 Mikita Badziakouski - $1,600,000 Christoph Vogelsang - $1,200,000 Nick Petrangelo - $900,000 Stephen Chidwick - $600,000 Seth Davies - $90,000
  2. [caption id="attachment_619208" align="alignnone" width="1000"] The 2018 Super High Roller Bowl gets underway Sunday night.[/caption] When the Super High Roller Bowl was created in 2015, nobody was quite sure what to make of it. It's since grown into one of the most highly anticipated tournaments of the year and the 2018 event has all the potential to go down as the best yet. The field of 48 players includes some of the best players in the world and is highlighted by Daniel Negreanu, Fedor Holz, and Erik Seidel. Former champions Brian Rast (2015) and Christoph Vogelsang (2017) are in while 2016 champion Rainer Kempe is hoping to win the final seat via satellite on Saturday, May 26. The field includes six of the top earning players of all time and ten players who have been ranked #1 on the Global Poker Index including the current top-ranked player, Adrian Mateos. The U.S. Poker Open and Poker Masters, which make up the other two legs of the High Roller Triple Crown will also be represented by their defending champions, Keith Tilston and Steffen Sontheimer respectively. THE FIELD The 47 confirmed players in the field have a combined $555 million in lifetime earnings. PLAYER EARNINGS PLAYER EARNINGS PLAYER EARNINGS Brandon Adams $3,089,595 Isaac Haxton $18,364,253 David Peters $21,248,708 Sergio Aido $7,214,913 Phil Hellmuth $22,247,568 Nick Petrangelo $10,809,516 Koray Aldemir $8,338,377 Fedor Holz $26,310,621 Doug Polk $9,454,009 John Andress $1,907,801 Matt Hyman $1,944,724 Brian Rast $20,870,265 Mikita Badziakouski $9,232,182 Cary Katz $14,025,248 Arne Ruge $152,847 Dennis Blieden $1,021,980 Byron Kaverman $12,366,380 Jake Schindler $18,364,853 Justin Bonomo $26,866,297 Rainer Kempe $15,459,312 Erik Seidel $34,507,095 Kahle Burns $3,260,332 Bryn Kenney $23,559,851 Dan Shak $9,253,794 Stephen Chidwick $15,583,698 Jason Koon $16,587,794 Talal Shakerchi $4,349,048 Christian Christner $4,025,048 Igor Kurganov $14,999,783 Dan Smith $19,948,430 Seth Davies $1,970,460 Kathy Lehne $980,938 Steffen Sontheimer $8,498,208 Markus Dürnegger $1,501,775 Andrew Lichtenberger $8,544,703 Keith Tilston $2,558,104 Andreas Eiler $4,240,166 Tom Marchese $16,863,175 Ben Tollerene $5,735,406 Antonio Esfandiari $27,628,047 Adrian Mateos $14,230,280 Christoph Vogelsang $16,847,209 Tony G $5,533,300 Daniel Negreanu $36,546,095 Sean Winter $6,300,687 Larry Greenberg $1,639,998 Bill Perkins $2,603,491 Satellite Winner Unknown LIVE STREAMING All four days of action will be streamed live on PokerGO. Ali Nejad and Nick Schulman will be in the booth for all four days calling the action. DAY # DATE START TIME 1 May 27 6 pm ET 2 May 28 6 pm ET 3 May 29 4 pm ET 4 May 30 4 pm ET GET IN ON THE ACTION While you probably can't afford the $300,000 buy-in, you can still have a sweat as the Super High Roller Bowl plays down to a winner. PocketFives is hosting a Super High Roller Bowl Fantasy Contest for all members. It's free to enter and will award $1,100 in prizes, including the eventual champion walking away with an Upswing Poker Tournament Master Class subscription. Read the rules and draft your team now.
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