The $300,000 Super High Roller Bowl, one of the most expensive tournaments of the year, concluded over the weekend. There were only 20 entries, and that’s just in the middle of a pandemic.
The prize pool was divided among the four contestants, with the winner being Isaac Haxton, becoming the third two-time SHRB champion. He first achieved this in December 2018, with Justin Bonomo and Timothy Adams joining him in lifting both trophies.
After the game, the conversation was less about Haxton’s victory and more about Chris Brewer’s worrisome elimination. At the 2023 WSOP, he was named “Loser of the Year” for his multiple busts, and at the Super High Roller Bowl, he once again found success.
Brewer’s tournament career ended with a top 5 finish. American Poker Pro Departs To everyone’s surprise, he went all out and won the pot – making entry into the pot almost a sure thing. However, failures in the bubble continue to haunt Chris:
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Game gets more lively and Jason Kuhn is next in line to cash in . His total prize money is $600,000. Jason looks different than usual, which is why host Nick Schulman calls him the “drug dealer from 3000.”
The third place is Stephen Chidwick. The past two weeks have been pretty good for him, with 4 ITMs at Poker Masters, a purple jacket and $960,000 in prize money at SHRB.
The head-to-head match was played for the two remaining players, with Andrew Lichtenberger and Isaac Haxton struggling for several hours. The chip lead changed more than once, but Ike outlasted his opponents to claim another victory – $2,760,000.
Ike has shown incredible results offline this year. He won over $5,000,000 at the live poker tables in the first six months, then took a break and is now back on track.
“It was a tough field to beat. I feel great. I’m really happy to win this game. This is one of my favorite tournaments. ” commented Ike.
Although the big-ticket event is over, high rollers have no plans to leave Las Vegas. The mixed game series has begun at Aria, while half-price SHRB Omar