Michael Addamo won the 2021 Poker Masters Purple Jacket just over a week ago, and now the Australian is looking to add the Super High Roller Bowl VI title as he leads the final five players into Day 3.
Currently sitting third on the Australian All-Time Money List behind Joe Hachem and Kahle Burns, Addamo can leap the both of them if he can emerge victorious in Super High Roller Bowl VI to collect the $3,402,000 first-place prize. Addamo sits with a dominating 2,900,000 in chips, but he still has some formidable competition to outlast.
Leading Addamo’s opponents is three-time Super High Roller Bowl champion Justin Bonomo who ended Day 2 with 1,110,000 in chips. Bonomo leads all Super High Roller Bowl categories, and with a win in Super High Roller Bowl VI, he will cement his legacy as the greatest Super High Roller Bowl player in history and retake the top spot on the All-Time Money List by overtaking ninth-place finisher Bryn Kenney. One of the two Day 2 registrants was Sean Winter, and he managed to finish the day with 1,070,000 in chips. A win for Winter will see him leap over Jason Mercier on the All-Time Money List to move into 17th, while simultaneously moving into first on the Florida All-Time Money List ahead of Mercier also.
Alex Foxen entered the final table of nine as the overwhelming chip leader after dominating early Day 2 play, but by the day’s end, he managed to finish with 840,000 in chips. Foxen’s biggest career score came at Super High Roller Bowl V when he finished runner-up to Isaac Haxton for $2,160,000 in prize money. Rounding out the final five is Chris Brewer on 380,000 in chips. Brewer is one of the newest names in the high-stakes tournament world having launched on the scene in 2021 collecting 21 PokerGO Tour presented by Guaranteed Rate in-the-money finishers that also include three wins.
|Super High Roller Bowl VI Final Table|
|1||Sean Winter||United States||1,070,000|
|2||Chris Brewer||United States||380,000|
|4||Alex Foxen||United States||840,000|
|5||Justin Bonomo||United States||1,110,000|
When play resumes there is 30:56 remaining in level 12, the button is in seat 2, and there is a dead small blind
Only three of the remaining five players will finish in-the-money with one of poker’s biggest money bubbles on the cards with third-place collecting $1,008,000 in prize money. Reaching heads-up play guarantees the final two players a $1,890,000 payday, while the winner will take home the $3,402,000 first-place prize, Super High Roller Bowl championship ring, and title of Super High Roller Bowl VI champion.
|Super High Roller Bowl VI Payouts|
|Place||Prize||PokerGO Tour Points|
Cards are expected to be in the air for the final table at 12 p.m. PT on Wednesday, September 29, from the PokerGO Studio, while the final table will be streamed exclusively on PokerGO.com from 1 p.m. PT.