Super High Roller Lotto Leaves Holz On Outside Looking In

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Poker Central announced 30 of 48 players via lottery in the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl. The list includes reputable names Daniel Negreanu and Phil Hellmuth.

PokerGO broadcast the live lottery announcement earlier this month. From a list of 61, host Ali Nejad, alongside Negreanu, Hellmuth, and ARIA Head of Poker Operations Sean McCormack drew names.

These players put down the nonrefundable $30,000 deposit toward the $300,000 buy-in event at ARIA Las Vegas Hotel & Casino in Nevada.

Names to remember

Names on the list include first-timers and former winners alike.

  • Adrian Mateos
  • Sergio Aido
  • Nick Petrangelo
  • Brian Rast
  • Justin Bonomo
  • David Peters
  • Erik Seidel
  • Byron Kaverman

Left off the list were other surprising notables:

  • Fedor Holz
  • Bryn Kenney
  • Doug Polk
  • Tony G
  • Bill Perkins
  • Joe McKeehen
  • Jason Koon
  • Dominik Nitsche
  • Rainer Kempe
  • Jan-Eric Schwippert

ARIA will select 16 players and two seats for the $10,000 satellite May 26. The full list of players is below in the order of selection.

The Super High Roller Bowl runs May 27 through May 30, with livestreaming by PokerGO and programming on NBC Sports Network. The Super High Roller Bowl coverage will play in episodes on the network throughout 2018.

Change of scenery

Poker Central teamed up with Macau Billionaire Poker to expand overseas leading into the release of the Super High Roller Bowl schedule in the United States.

Justin Bonomo won the 49-player capped Super High Roller Bowl China March 22 for $4.8 million. There were 75 entries, as well as over $18 million in the total prize pool.

The others in the final table lineup include:

  • Patrik Antonius
  • Rainer Kempe
  • Dominik Nitsche
  • Bryn Kenney

This opportunity gave Bonomo his best live cash. This guaranteed $100 million HKD tournament was held at Babylon Casino in Macau, China.

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Poker Central updates

In February Poker Central debuted of the U.S. Poker Open. This series had $10,000, $25,000, and $50,000 tournaments.

Poker Central also snagged awards at the American Poker Awards for its documentary on Matt Berkey and for its Poker Central Podcast.

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