The 2018 Super High Roller Bowl continues and Day 2 of the $300,000 buy-in event is currently streaming live on PokerGO. The first level of Day 2 was not streamed but during the opening 90 minutes, Rainer Kempe, Koray Aldemir, and two other Germans were eliminated.
Kempe busted early, while Aldemir fell to countryman Fedor Holz right before the last break. Holz now has a comfortable top-ten stack, but the biggest stack will be featured at the top of the PokerGO broadcast.
Daniel Negreanu bagged the top stack through Day 1 of the Super High Roller Bowl and while he has dipped slightly, “Kid Poker” still holds the chip lead. Negreanu has defending Super High Roller Bowl champion Christoph Vogelsang on his left, while Super High Roller Bowl China victor Justin Bonomo is also holding court. Talal Shakerchi and Bill Perkins round out the lineup.
Coverage of the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl is live on PokerGO and the Day 2 broadcast will continue until the end of play. Follow PokerGO and Poker Central for additional Super High Roller Bowl content throughout the event.