The Super High Roller Bowl VI is set to take center stage from September 27-29, at the PokerGO Studio from ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The $300,000 buy-in tournament will be the sixth one held in Las Vegas that has crowned previous champions in Brian Rast, Rainer Kempe, Christoph Vogelsang, Justin Bonomo, and most recently, Isaac Haxton in December 2018.
The Super High Roller Bowl has also expanded internationally to Macau, London, Bahamas, Australia, Russia, and most recently North Cyprus where Wiktor Malinowski joined Bonomo, Cary Katz, Daniel Dvoress, and Timothy Adams as Super High Roller Bowl World champions. Along with expansion overseas, the Super High Roller Bowl also expanded onto the virtual felt on partypoker where Bonomo won his record-setting third Super High Roller Bowl title in June 2020.
Bonomo stands alone at the top of all the Super High Roller Bowl statistics with three wins, five cashes, and more than $12.7 million in winnings, while the only other player with multiple Super High Roller Bowl victories is Timothy Adams who won in Australia and Russia to open 2020.
Super High Roller Bowl VI will play out over three days with live streams available exclusively on OTT service PokerGO.com. Day 1 is set to play six levels with the stream beginning at the start of level two, while Day 2 and the final table will stream in its entirety on PokerGO.com.
Players that have confirmed that they will be part of Super High Roller Bowl VI include the current PokerGO Tour presented by Guaranteed Rate points leader Ali Imsirovic, 2021 Poker Masters Purple Jacket winner Michael Addamo, and 2019 Poker Masters Purple Jacket winner Sam Soverel. Previous Super High Roller Bowl runner-ups Daniel Negreanu and Jake Schindler have also confirmed their intention to play Super High Roller Bowl VI, along with Super High Roller Bowl London winner Cary Katz and fellow businessmen David Einhorn and Bill Klein.
|Super High Roller Bowl VI Schedule|
|Start Date||Day||Structure||PokerGO Stream|
|Monday, September 27||Day 1||Six 90-minute levels||Starts 6 p.m. ET|
|Tuesday, September 28||Day 2||90-minute levels until final table is set||Starts 4 p.m. ET|
|Wednesday, September 29||Final Table||Play down to the winner||Starts 4 p.m. ET|