The first-ever Super High Roller Bowl (SHRB) Online Series is currently underway at partypoker in partnership with Poker Central.
The high-stakes online festival kicked off on May 23, attracting some of the world’s best high rollers.
The latest winners include prominent names in the high-stakes arena, such as Viktor Blom, Dan Smith, and Justin Bonomo.
Here are some of the latest results from the SHRB:
Luuk Gieles Takes Down $10,300 High Roller 8-Max
Event #7 of the SHRB Online Series was won by Dutch poker pro Luuk Gieles after defeating Mexico’s George Wolff heads-up for $234,000. The Mexican won $166,500 for finishing second.
Gieles captured the second SHRB Online title for his home country, following in the footsteps of fellow Dutch Jans Arends who became the first winner of the online festival last week.
Dan Smith Wins $25,500 Super High Roller for $527,000
American poker pro Dan Smith was able to add another major title to his colorful resume when he captured the $25,500 buy-in Super High Roller 8-Max. He and online legend Viktor Blom competed heads up for the largest slice of the $1,700,000 total prize pool.
Smith emerged victorious with a massive $527,000 payout, while Blom settled for second place with $365,500 in winnings.
Viktor Blom Captures Event #9 — $10,300 High Roller for $213,750
After finishing as runner-up to Smith in Event #8, Blom went on to win the next event on the same day, a $10,300 buy-in High Roller, for $213,750. He battled it out against another well-known player, German poker pro Christoph Vogelsang who finished runner-up for $146,250.
The star-studded final table also included Wolff who finished fourth, GPI Female Player of the Year Kristen Bicknell who finished 5th, and Smith who settled for eighth place.
Event #10 Goes To Vicent Bosca
The UK’s Vicent Bosca triumphed in Event #10: $10,300 High Roller 6-Max for $240,861. He topped a stacked final table which included Nick Petrangelo, Mike Watsosn, Wiktor Malinowski and Luuk Gieles.
Austrian poker hero Matthias Eibinger finished runner-up for $150,150.
Justin Bonomo Wins Another SHRB Title
Former All-Time Money List leader Justin Bonomo took down Event #11: $25,500 Super High Roller for $622,634 – the biggest payout so far in the online festival. The same event also created the biggest prize pool of $1.8 million, after attracting a total of 72 entries.
Russia’s Artur Martirosian finished second for $405,000. Eibinger and Ali Imsirovic also both made it to the final table.
The online series features a total of 29 events, guaranteeing more than $20 million.